Working With My Dentist
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Working With My Dentist

A few years ago, I realized that I was thinking about dental care all wrong. Instead of listening carefully to my dentist and making the necessary changes, I assumed that he was ultimately responsible for making sure that my teeth stayed healthy. Unfortunately, I developed a few serious cavities because I failed to properly brush and floss my teeth, and I knew that it was my fault. I decided to start taking notes at my dental checkups and carefully abiding by the dentist's orders. The difference was almost miraculous. This blog is all about working with your dentist to improve your result.

Working With My Dentist

  • Need Dental Implants? 4 Considerations to Make When Choosing a Dentist to Work With

    25 April 2017

    If you're looking for a tooth replacement solution that's more natural looking than dentures, dental implants can help you gain a brand new smile that improves your overall look and improves your self-confidence. The most important thing to consider when choosing to get dental implants is the dentist you'll be working with, as this will help ensure that your needs and expectations are met when all is said and done. Take the time to consult with a few dentists in your area that have reliable and trustworthy reputations, and then decide who you want to ultimately work with.

  • Helping Your Child Overcome Their Fear Of The Dental Chair

    20 March 2017

    Many children are scared of the dentist, but it is important to address this anxiety early to ensure they receive proper dental care during their development phases. To help with this, consider the three commonly asked questions below: How Can You Help with Anxious Children? As a parent, the most important thing you can do to alleviate your children's concerns is to be a great role model. Your kids will look up to you for guidance when they are nervous, so it is important that you promote positive behaviors for your children to imitate.

  • Training For A New Career? 2 Careers That Require A Healthy Smile

    14 March 2017

    If you have been busy training to enter a new career field, then you know how stressful it can be to make a big change in your life. However, don't let that stress impact your oral health. It can be all too easy to munch on sugary candy while studying for tests and skip brushing your teeth before bed after a late-night study session. When you enter any new career field, you want a pearly white smile that you can display proudly during those interviews and when working with new clients.

  • How Not To Let A Dental Emergency Ruin Your Vacation

    1 February 2017

    You're finally on the vacation you've looked forward to for months! The last thing you want to deal with is a dental emergency. Whether it's a broken tooth, a lost filling, or a run-of-the-mill toothache, having a dental problem while far away from home is not on anyone's bucket list. If you find yourself in this situation, don't panic. Here are some steps you can take to improve your odds of enjoying the rest of your trip.

  • The 4-1-1 On Dental 9-1-1: Is Your Crisis A Real Emergency?

    18 January 2017

    When something goes wrong in your mouth, either through injury or decay, the pain can be unbearable, but does that warrant a call to 9-1-1? In some cases, failing to treat dental emergencies like a true emergency can be fatal; however, in others, waiting for normal business hours to resume is the recommended course of action. The only trouble is, though, how do you make that call? Going To The Emergency Room For A Dental Crisis