Nothing can make people feel quite as tense as the holidays. And with Thanksgiving Day behind us and other holidays quickly approaching, it can truly feel like the most stressful time of the year.
If you could prevent something from getting worse, would you? Especially when that something is your oral health? Preventative dentistry is a specific form of dentistry that patients can practice both at-home and with the help of our staff at Today’s Dental. So, what are the best ways for you to practice this type of oral health and prevention?
Because parenting doesn’t come with a manual on how to do what and why it can sometimes seem like you’re pulling things out of thin air. As one of the things that many new parents are unsure of, it’s whether or not fluoride toothpaste is good or bad for toddlers. To help you answer this question, we have created a brief article.
It used to be that the only way you could get rid of a cavity was to get silver fillings or gold tooth caps. And although these options used to be great for our parents and grandparents, we luckily live in a different time filled with more than a few options.
In this day and age, it can seem like there is an overbearing parent around every corner. And although it’s not a bad thing to be invested in your child, it can be hard to distinguish between when you’re hovering and when you’re being a good parent.
If you’re like a lot of people, you may try to remember to floss your teeth everyday but you typically fall short. And when it comes time to go to the dentist, you immediately floss in order to get any of yesterday’s lunch out of your teeth.
Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMD, is a jaw disorder that affects millions of Americans. By causing your jaw to become inflamed due to things like pressure and stress, TMD can make normal things like chewing on a steak or even opening your mouth to yawn to be uncomfortable and at times, painful.