Here at Parkside Dental Care, we pride ourselves on and are committed to using advanced technology to provide the highest level of dental care. If you need dental X-rays, 3D cone beam scanning may be a good option for you. Cone beam imaging in dentistry is transforming the way dentists are able to gather information about oral health and diagnose their patients.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and while we are all busy with the hustle and bustle of preparing for holiday meals and family get-togethers, it is important to remember that not all are quite as fortunate. At Parkside Dental Care, we believe in giving back and helping the community. We will be hosting a food drive to support the Montgomery Area Food Bank.
Have you been on the hunt for a way to improve your smile? Are you tired of having big spaces between your teeth? Is teeth whitening no longer working to give you the bright white smile you desire? Veneers might just be the solution you have been searching for. Dental veneers are a highly successful way to improve your natural teeth and smile. Continue reading to learn more about them.
While routine dental visits and treatments are widely advised to protect your dental health, it can cause mild anxiety and even panic attacks for many people. Due to stress and fear, some patients avoid visits and put their oral health at risk. This can raise the possibility of serious conditions that could end up in dental emergencies.
We know it takes time and effort to keep your teeth healthy. You brush and floss daily and keep up with your routine dental checkups. You might even avoid sugary foods and beverages to prevent tooth decay. Sometimes, however, no matter how careful you are, you can end up with a cavity. Some people are more susceptible to cavities because of their habits or even because of genetics. There is a treatment that can give your dental health an added level of protection so you don’t have to worry if we’ll find a cavity at your next visit. Read on to find out more.
If you snore loudly, wake up frequently during the night, and are often sleepy during the day, you may be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a sleep disorder in which breathing is frequently interrupted during sleep due to a blocked upper airway. Not only does OSA affect your quality of sleep and cause daytime sleepiness, it can also exacerbate diabetes in people with both of these conditions.
Do you feel stress before coming in for a dental visit? Do you feel like putting off your scheduled appointment due to anxiety? You’re not alone. Many patients have dental phobia, or a fear of the dentist. Some people feel so much anxiety that they avoid going to the dentist altogether and put their dental health at risk. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when you visit our office and have a couple different solutions to help you overcome your anxiety and fear. Read more to find out how we can help.
Given all the work that our teeth do for us, it’s no wonder that they can get worn down or incur tooth decay, cracks and other kinds of damage. The good news, however, is that there is one dental treatment that can treat these various dental issues and restore the function and appearance of teeth that have seen better days.
Do you wish your teeth were whiter? Do you notice that your teeth appear yellowed or stained?
Keeping up with regular checkups and exams is the best way to keep your teeth healthy, but there are also things you can do at home to achieve a whiter smile. Would you like to know what they are?
Would you like to have a brighter smile? Have you thought about professional, in-office teeth whitening or teeth bleaching? It is the one of the most popular dental procedures in the world today, and a quick and easy way to brighten teeth and upgrade your smile. Tooth discoloration is common as tooth enamel changes color and becomes stained by foods and beverages over time. In just about an hour, your dentist or dental hygienist can make your teeth 5–7 shades lighter.