We love Halloween as much as anyone else. Who doesn’t love a chance to binge scary movies and take your kids trick or treating? However, there is a real dark side to this holiday and that is tooth decay. Too much sugar means smiles of all ages are susceptible to cavities. In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist will talk about what you can do to protect your family’s smiles!
Omaha, NE Dental Blog
Without routine care from your Omaha, NE, dentist, your child’s smile could develop a cavity or other oral health concern that threatens the stability and health of the smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to cover preventive care, from exams and dental cleanings to our fluoride treatments and dental sealants. Find out how we protect little smiles from cavities.
In our last blog, we looked at how a custom oral appliance provides relief for people suffering from TMJ disorder. But what if you grind your teeth? Regular teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, could damage your smile and lead to major oral health complications. Fortunately, your Omaha, NE, dentist may be able to stop grinding and clenching with a custom mouthguard.
Have you ever noticed a popping or crackling sensation in your jaw? If so, this could me more than a minor irritation. In fact, this could point to the presence of TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist will explain how to identify and treat TMJ disorder, and why you shouldn’t ignore headaches or jaw pain!
A dental cleaning is about more than just helping your smile look bright and keeping your breath fresh. In fact, these routine visits can help smiles of all ages in Omaha, NE, stay healthy and avoid the onset of serious complications, such as cavities or even gum disease. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how a dental cleaning can help safeguard your smile.
We agree with the American Dental Association, people of all ages benefit from routine exams every six months. During these visits, we examine the smiles of our Omaha, NE, patients, watching for signs and trouble and creating personalized treatment plans. In today’s blog, we’re going to explain how we use advanced technology to examine smiles!
A dental emergency could mean everything from an aching tooth to an injury to the teeth and gums. Without care, these injuries could open the door to serious complications, including decay and even infected teeth. In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist discusses what to do following a dental emergency to ease discomfort, and why seeing us as soon as possible is vital.