There are many things you know for sure about stains that form on your teeth. For instance, you don’t like them, they can cause your self-esteem to take a dip, you want them to go away, and you are aware that the area of dental care that helps is cosmetic care. However, there are likely also some details you’re not quite so certain about when it comes to handling the discoloration you’re not very fond of. Let our Saxonburg, PA team walk you through such details, so you have a more realistic outlook about your smile, both in regard to what’s going on as well as how to fix it!
When you think about receiving cosmetic care in order to feel amazing about your smile, the thought is a pleasant one. When you head home after you receive the treatment you chose, you likely feel overwhelmingly excited about the results. However, when your thoughts project into the future regarding life after you receive your treatment, that’s when you may find yourself feeling very unsure. What’s it all going to include? Will your treatment last? Is it going to be easy enough to care for your smile? In a nutshell, our Saxonburg, PA team is happy to report: Everything will be just wonderful! As for answers to your concerns, our Q&A will help you to keep feeling enchanted.
As you have learned, our priority is your smile care. While we would love for this to become your priority as well, we know that it might begin with some motivation and some reminders from our Saxonburg, PA team. We are happy to furnish with you with such assistance, of course, so you may take the best care of your smile possible. Generally speaking, our reminders will include our encouraging you to schedule checkups and cleanings twice a year, and similar topics. As for the winter holiday time that is quickly head our way, well: We’re going to need to suggest things with a bit more urgency and specificity because this time of year gets quite hectic. Here we go!
Of course, if you’re following our advice, you’re doing all that we lay out for you when it comes to protecting your child’s baby teeth! You go through the detailed care that is necessary to keep plaque to a minimum, to promote proper growth, to keep smiles strong, and to help them avoid hygiene-related illnesses (and more). While you’re going through with this because we insist that it’s necessary and what you should do, you may have occasional thoughts that beg the question: Do these teeth really need all of this care? They’ll fall out, of course, so, why offer such detailed dental care? Don’t feel bad for asking the question. Our Saxonburg, PA team reassures you that it’s a common one and certainly one worth answering!
What you hope is that your dreams will come true and we will tell you that the sugary chewing gum you’ve always enjoyed is magically good for your oral health (don’t get too excited). However, what you assume is actually true is that we’ll tell you that gum is very bad or that it’s “not good but sort of okay.” In regard to this topic, our Saxonburg, PA team would like to explain that there are some good gums that happen to be very beneficial for your smile! However, there’s also some chewing and bubble gum you should absolutely avoid all the time. Getting to know more about the details is so very easy!
You might think that the only reason someone may require a dental crown is in the case of a very big cavity that is certainly not treatable with a filling. While this is, of course, one of the uses of crowns, you are overlooking the fact that they are much more versatile than you’re giving them credit for! Before you go on for the rest of your days overlooking just how many ways this restoration may help your smile, should you need it, our Saxonburg, PA team would love to offer you some surprising and new information!
You might know in your heart of hearts that preventive care is something you should absolutely be serious about because it’s so good for your smile. In fact, you know that without it, you’re going to end up on a path that leads you toward all sorts of not-so-lovely results like cavities. Does that really mean that you’ve mastered dental hygiene and have never missed a dental checkup with us? Of course not! So, to ensure you feel inspired enough to follow through with prevention and ready to keep your smile in excellent shape, our Saxonburg, PA would like to sprinkle just a tiny dose of motivation into your day.
Would you say that you’re not always in the mood to cook but you’re not necessarily in the mood for a sit-down restaurant either? When takeout or a nice, relaxed setting sounds dreamy during the month of October, why not support our Saxonburg, PA Fire Company by picking up their fish and chicken dinners or digging in at the fire station? Participating in the Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company Dinners makes your mealtime easier and supports our brave volunteers!
When you take a look at the Jack O’Lanterns surrounding us now that Halloween is quickly headed our way, what’s your first thought? Do you imagine the bowls of candy you would love to devour come October 31st but you also visualize yourself with a grin missing multiple teeth that’s creepily similar to those carved-out pumpkins? If so, we can empathize. Making wise choices for your dental health when what you really want is to simply dive in and celebrate can be quite frustrating. While we hope you celebrate in any way that makes you happy, our Saxonburg, PA team would also like to suggest a few smile-safe (or smile-safer) foods that will absolutely work for your festivities.
When you’re too aggressive with your dental hygiene at home, it can yield results that are not exactly what you’ve been hoping for. Of course, you are brushing and flossing with all of your might because you want to keep your smile clean, so it remains healthy! Unfortunately, when your efforts rest at the most intense end of the spectrum instead of including very delicate care, you are running the risk of serious oral health problems. Didn’t think you could brush too hard or scrub your smile enough? Our Saxonburg, PA team is here to remind you that you absolutely can go overboard (and we’re happy to explain what you can do about it).