Posts for: March, 2012
1. AVOID PAINFUL CHEWING, TOOTHACHE, AND TOOTH SENSITIVITY
With so many advanced diagnostic and painless treatment options available, we can find the source of your discomfort and resolve it. It may be something as simple as changing toothpastes!
2. IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH AND LIVE LONGER
The condition of your teeth and gums can impact your heart, digestive, reproductive, and respiratory systems. Good oral health can reduce your risk for serious, even fatal, health consequences.
3. SAVE MONEY
Moste dental problems can be prevented. Routine exams can stop minor problems from requiring more costly restorations later on. Dental issues never resolve themselves and will only get worse!
4.ENJOY CLEAN, FRESH BREATH
Halitosis is more of an embarrassment than a disease. However, it can be a sign of a more serious condition. Since you don't want to be the last to know you have bad breath, give us a call today!
5.DISCOVER EXCITING, AFFORDABLE WAYS TO GET YOUR "DREAM SMILE"
Tell us what you don't like about your smile. We can help restore gapped, chipped, stained, darkened, crooked, misshapen, and missing teeth-and within your budget. Look more vibrant and younger too!
6. PLAN FOR A HEALTHY BABY...
If you become pregnant and you have gum disease, research suggests you have a seven times greater chance of putting your baby at risk for a low-weight, premature birth. Make sure your gums are healthy now!
7. MAKE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION
Improve your self-esteem and confidence at home, work, or school with your attractive, healthy smile.
8.EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR TEETH AND RESTORATIONS
Dental disease can cause premature tooth loss. Excessive wear can damage your teeth and restorations. A healthy mouth, a painless bite adjustment, and using a mouth guard can extend the life your teeth and restorations.
9. PREVENT IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE FROM PERIODONTITIS
Bleeding gums are never normal and is a warning sign of infection. Gingivitis is 100% reversible with proper home care. Ignored, it will lead to periodontitis which could lead to permanent tooth loss.
10. AVOID A DENTAL EMERGENCY
Nobody wants a 2 a.m. dental emergency or serious health complications. However, decay, an abscess, gum disease or other oral health problems. such as oral cancer, may progress rather rapidly-without initial pain.
IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING PAIN OF IT'S BEEN SIX MONTHS OR MORE SINCE YOUR LAST EXAM OR CLEANING... CALL US NOW!