No one wants to go to their dental checkup to hear that they have a case or two of some tooth decay. While there are certainly ways to treat cavities, it’s always better to prevent a problem from occurring in the first place to save you time, money, and stress. Check out our blog post for some tips and tricks for keeping cavities at bay.
We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all treatment for our patients. When it comes to cavities, we use both dental fillings and dental crowns to treat patients. Check out our blog post for a look at how we decide which to use.
Protein shakes and protein powders can be a fantastic supplement for those who are working out and trying to gain muscle. But it’s important to closely evaluate the ingredients label of your protein shake or protein powder. Read our blog post to learn more!
There are so many reasons to floss your teeth, no matter how much you dislike doing it. At Edgewater Dental Arts, your oral health is our passion. Come see us today for a 6-month cleaning and exam. And don’t forget to unwind that floss every day!
Energy drinks pose special risks for teeth because they are both sugary and acidic. Plus they are consumed when your mouth is dry and saliva isn’t present to help offset the sugar. Read our blog for more info. Good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings help make up for some bad food and drink choices to call today for an appointment.
Read our blog for some tips on preventing cavities while wearing braces. If you think you have a cavity, be sure to let us know. Even if you are wearing braces, we’ll want to take care of it. Call us at Edgewater Dental Arts if you have any questions or concerns.
When’s the last time you replaced your toothbrush? If you can’t remember that’s probably not the best sign. Many people end up using the same toothbrush for far longer than they should. Check out our blog post for advice on when you should replace your toothbrush.
You probably have never really thought about your saliva unless you wake up with drool on your pillow or are sitting in a dentist’s chair. It may seem like something you don’t need to give much thought to, but saliva is actually very important to keeping your mouth healthy. Read our blog post where we explain what role saliva plays in dental health.
Cavities are most often associated with children, and with good reason. Kids are more likely to develop cavities than any other age group. Check out our blog post where we discuss cavities in more detail and explain why cavities are so common in children.
Are you thinking of making your own toothpaste? If you love to do-it-yourself, you might want to be careful with making home toothpaste alternatives. Read our blog post where we’ll explain why it might be better to use commercial toothpaste instead.