A number of factors can cause a tooth to become damaged. Once you notice a chipped tooth, you should see the dentist as soon as possible. In today’s blog, we’re talking about what our Omaha, NE patients can do to respond to a chipped tooth and what treatments we offer to repair their smiles.
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Did you know that October is National Dental Hygiene Month? That means now is the perfect time to talk about what our Omaha, NE, patients can do to safeguard their smiles. From checkups and cleanings to proper homecare, you have plenty of options for protecting your teeth and gums!
Do you have pain in your tooth? If so, you’re probably wondering if you need to see the dentist. Aching teeth often indicate the presence of decay or other oral health concerns. Find out what factors lead to cavities and what your Omaha, NE, can do to help!
October has arrived! For parents, that means helping kids pick out their costumes and getting them ready for the big night. We love trick or treating, but we also know that a sudden influx of candy means a higher risk of tooth decay for kids in Omaha, NE. Fortunately, we have a few tips that just might help protect little smiles from cavities this Halloween!
You have more than one option for addressing tooth loss, including bridges and dentures. However, with dental implants we offer Omaha, NE, patients a more secure and long-lasting alternative, one that looks natural and blends with the smile.
While we’re still only in September, the holiday season will be here before you know it. Once that time arrives, finding time to see the dentist and use your benefits before the year ends becomes more difficult. We recommend our Omaha, NE, patients see us as soon as possible to begin treatment and make the most of their dental insurance benefits!
Last week, we took a look at the Invisalign® system. However, this is not the only clear and comfortable option for addressing misalignment. With ClearCorrect, we help our Omaha, NE, patients enjoy healthier and straighter smiles without relying on metal braces.