Even though Christmas is over, you probably still have plenty of sugary sweets leftover from the holidays. While an occasional Christmas cookie is a fun treat, too much sugar could lead to the onset of cavities. How do our Richfield, MN, patients avoid the onset of cavities after the holiday season?
If you notice your gums bleed or feel sore, then you may need to schedule a visit with your Richfield, MN, dentist. We will discuss ways to restore the health of your smile and protect you from the negative impacts of periodontal disease. Find out when you should see us and how to treat periodontal problems.
Do you grind your teeth? Many of us occasionally do so, but consistent teeth grinding could be a sign of bruxism, a serious oral health problem. In order to prevent major complications, such as damaged and decayed teeth, we offer patients in Richfield, MN solutions to teeth grinding.
Without routine homecare and dental visits, your children could develop cavities. Tooth decay often leads to discomfort and a greater risk of infection and premature tooth loss. In order to help protect little smiles in Richfield, MN, we offer dental sealants.
Every six months you should have a routine dental cleaning to remove plaque and safeguard your smile. However, for those at risk of developing gingivitis or gum disease, we may recommend a deep cleaning for our Richfield, MN, patients. Do you have questions about our deep cleanings? What makes them different from normal cleaning visits?
Many of our favorite holiday foods contain ingredients that promote tooth decay. However, instead of avoiding these items completely, we want to make sure our Richfield, MN, patients enjoy their meal without putting their smile at risk. Don’t let tooth decay ruin your Thanksgiving celebration!
If we find one of our Richfield, MN, patients require tooth repair, we may opt for a restoration. With crowns, we create a custom-made solution that helps improve the function and appearance of the tooth. Will the new crown look natural?