A dental emergency is not a fun experience, but with the right know-how, you can address it quickly and without long-term issues. What counts as an emergency? And is there ever a situation where an emergency can wait? Read our blog post for answers!
Whatever your budget may be, you deserve to be able to access quality dental care at an affordable price. Check out our blog post for tips on finding an affordable dentist.
Dental implants are one of the most versatile, long-lasting tooth replacement options. If you’re considering dental implants to replace one or more missing teeth, read our blog for some things you should consider before you choose a dentist to restore your smile’s function and health.
You may have heard it a million times: You need to get a dental check-up every six months. But is it really necessary? Read our blog post to learn why regularly visiting your Edgewater dentist is important.
Veneers are a popular option to treat cosmetic issues like discoloration or slightly misaligned teeth. Many of our patients want to know how long their veneers will last. Check out our blog post where we explore if veneers are permanent and how to take care of them.
During the coronavirus pandemic, people are advised to stay at home as much as they can, but what about visiting the dentist? Is it safe? Read our blog post to see how the virus will impact your dental appointment.
It’s safe to get your teeth cleaned during COVID-19 as long as everyone takes precautions. To comply with guidelines outlined by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we have implemented a few practices to ensure everyone’s safety. Read our blog post for details.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Edgewater Dental Arts, Edgewater, MD, dental office is operating under limited hours, primarily for emergencies. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities.
As part of your effort to make sure the end of 2019 ends on a good note, we want to remind you to use your dental benefits before 2020 arrives. Many with dental insurance will be facing a “use-it-or-lose-it” situation, and we don’t want you to be on the “lose it” part of that equation. Read our blog post for details on what you need to know.
White teeth are a classic summer accessory that can take years off your appearance and give you a boost of confidence. However, occasionally patients experience a little bit of tooth sensitivity after whitening treatment. Read our blog post for things you can do to limit tooth sensitivity after whitening your teeth.