We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Every now and then it’s good to take a moment to sit back and review familiar topics and habits. Brushing your teeth is one of these habits. While most of us do this simple task every day, many people aren’t utilizing the proper technique when they brush. This can lead to issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. If…Continue reading
Many people with misaligned or crooked teeth feel self-conscious about their smiles. In addition to making you feel less confident, untreated orthodontic issues can cause a number of serious oral health issues. If you need orthodontic treatment but are hesitant about getting traditional, wire-and-bracket braces due to the way that they look visually, you may be interested to hear about…Continue reading
The New York Times has reported a surprising result of the coronavirus shutdown: an increase in bruxism and the cracked teeth that occur as a result of it. This is attributed to the increasing number of people working from home, which results in additional stress. Bruxism also causes a lack of sleep and poor posture as well as erosion of…Continue reading
There are no tricks to maintaining good oral health, it needs only perseverance and dedication. If you’re one of the many to whom the thought of false teeth is unappealing, then assiduous attention to your oral hygiene throughout your life can help to ensure that you never need them. Your mouth is one of the most worked organs in your…Continue reading
Will Implants Be a Good Choice for Me? If you’re missing one or more teeth or have any that are damaged, then implants may be the solution to your problem. The CDC reports that more than half of people in the 20-to-64-year age range have lost at least one permanent tooth and almost 20 percent of those 65 and over…Continue reading
What Causes Periodontal Disease and What Are Its Symptoms? The primary cause of periodontal disease, and the simplest to fix, is inadequate oral hygiene. Brushing and flossing according to the schedule recommended by your dentist will help to maintain your good oral health and deter the formation of gingivitis. Since periodontal disease often has no symptoms, you could have it…Continue reading
At our office, we understand that a dental emergency in Dalton is an anxious time for many individuals. You may worry that you’ll lose your tooth or not be able to afford urgent dental treatment. This is why we offer affordable, compassionate dental care. We will do our best to repair and preserve your tooth. The Centers for Disease Control…Continue reading