Gum disease is very common, but if untreated, it can have serious consequences. Read our blog post to learn about the potential health problems caused by gum disease.
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, now is the time to get your smile date night ready! With our help, you still have time to achieve a truly flawless smile. Read our blog post to learn about the cosmetic services offered at Edgewater Dental Arts.
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!
Proper care of your clear retainers will prevent any problems with your gums. Read our blog for tips on cleaning your retainers and keeping them in top shape. Contact Edgewater Dental Arts with any questions about Invisalign or our other options for improving your smile.
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.
Have you ever had a mouth ulcer? Or you may be more familiar with one of its most common forms: a canker sore. Unlike cold sores, these lesions appear somewhere inside your mouth. They can be quite painful and can make daily activities like chewing your food or brushing your teeth difficult. Read our blog post to learn about the causes of mouth ulcers.
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 know brushing is crucial. And flossing is important. But what about mouthwash? There’s a debate in the dental world about whether or not mouthwash is actually good for dental health. Read our blog post for answers to the mouthwash debate!
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.