The book The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank is an account of a girl living during the Holocaust – literature that affects readers of all ages. For example, while you may have read this book as a an adult, you may find that your child is reading it during middle school. For those interested in taking a deeper look into the life of this brave child, the life of her family, and what was occurring in the world around them on a broader scope, this event will offer a unique look.
When you find yourself with the relieving option of choosing a dental sedation method for a peaceful visit with us, you may not know where to begin. We often suggest beginning with the gentlest (yet extremely effective) option: First learn more about the details of nitrous oxide. Whether you are a bit nervous, suffer from serious dental anxiety, or enjoy additional analgesic benefits beyond local anesthetic, you may find that this option suits your needs quite well.
Are you a patient who brushes and flosses and then wonders why cavities still occur? Perhaps you think to yourself, “I’ve been to the dentist and gotten a cleaning – why am I having such trouble?” The good thing here is that you are aware of the factors that contribute to effective preventive care – you need to brush, floss, and visit us. However, if you’re not performing these tasks according to our recommendations for a healthy smile, chances are good your efforts are leading to poor results. Allow us to offer some reasons why, so you can whip your habits into shape.
Have you been under the impression that dental cleanings are necessary only if you are not doing a very good job caring for your smile at home? Perhaps you are under the opposite impression and have been thinking that they are always necessary, even if your smile is healthy. To receive clarification regarding frequency (and more) when it comes to cleanings, we cordially invite you to make your way through a brief yet informative quiz.
What says “Valentine’s Day” to you most? Is there something about the beauty of a rose that epitomizes this romantic holiday? If so, you might want to get your hands dirty (instead of celebrating with a more traditional approach), with this interesting upcoming event.
When it comes to taking care of your smile, there are many details that you will come across. You know that you should brush two times a day, that you should see us twice a year, and that flossing is essential. However, you might find that the seemingly simplest detail – choosing your toothbrush – can cause you to feel a bit overwhelmed. Do yourself a big favor! Step back, relax, and allow us to help with your dental hygiene.
Are you familiar with the best ways to protect your smile throughout the year with proper brushing? Or, do you recognize that – though you do brush your teeth on a daily basis – you might not be doing the exceptional job necessary for truly healthy, clean teeth? If this is something you have considered before, do yourself a favor: Remember to ask for some helpful demonstrations during your next preventive care visit. In the meantime, we are happy to offer some helpful advice.