Maintaining good oral hygiene means caring for your smile from home, each and every day. To prevent tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath, and more, you need to brush and floss your teeth each day. However, many people don’t actually do so properly, which means their smiles could still be at risk. In today’s blog,… Read more »
Category: Preventive Dentistry
Between vacations, family get-together, and trips to the lake or beach, your summer schedule will fill up quick! So, before things get too hectic, be sure to schedule a checkup and cleaning for your family. Start the summer with a healthier smile and make sure your kids are ready for the coming new year. In… Read more »
According to the Centers for Disease Control, over half of adults aged 30 and older suffer from some stage of periodontal disease. Without treatment, this serious and widespread oral health concern could mean the loss of natural teeth! In order to prevent this disease, we’re going to talk about what our Richfield, MN, patients can… Read more »
Did you know that our daily habits, from what we eat to how we brush and floss, could impact our cavity risk? Without proper care, your teeth may be more likely to develop tooth decay, which may cause painful aches and even an increased infection risk. Fortunately, our Richfield, MN, patients can take steps to… Read more »
If you frequently experience headaches or pain in your jaw, then you may be suffering from serious oral health concerns, such as TMJ disorder and bruxism. If so, then we have a comfortable and non-invasive treatment option to restore the health of your smile and reduce discomfort. Find out how we treat TMJ disorder and… Read more »
Family dentistry means we offer care for people of all ages, from you and your significant other to your children and older family members. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the benefits of checkups and cleanings, and why people young and old in Richfield, MN, should see the dentist for routine preventive care.
For Richfield, MN, patients with headaches and popping sensations in the jaw, treatment for TMJ disorder may be necessary. What causes the onset of TMD and what happens if a patient doesn’t seek treatment? Will a custom-made mouthguard really help improve your oral health and function?