One of the main reasons why people skip their dental appointments is to save money. If there’s no pain in your mouth or problems that you can see, what’s the point of going to the dentist? While it may seem like you’re saving yourself some money, it could greatly cost you in the long run. Unlike other medical conditions that get better with time, untreated dental problems will only get worse. Keep reading to learn how seeing your dentist regularly will help you stay healthy and keep your pocketbook full!
Dental Group West Blog
April 13, 2019
March 8, 2019
As you grow older, the changes in your hair, facial and body shape, and even lifestyle can catch you off guard. But, what about the changes that occur with your mind? While yes, it is natural to be a bit more forgetful as you age, it could be that you are showing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. And what about your oral health? Are you taking care of it with good oral habits? A dentist in Toledo explains how the status of your oral hygiene can impact brain function and the possibility for Alzheimer’s.
February 28, 2019
Do you want to keep your teeth as healthy as possible in between visits to your dentist in Toledo? Getting enough fluoride is essential. Otherwise your teeth will be at heightened risk for enamel loss and cavities. Fortunately, it’s easy to get the fluoride you need from unfiltered tap water, major toothpaste brands, or dentist-prescribed treatments. There’s nothing more natural, or more beneficial to dental health, than this humble product.
January 19, 2019
It pays to do your research when looking for the right dentist in Toledo. Office location, areas of expertise, and convenient hours are all important factors. Some things are less critical, however. This is especially true when it comes to whether the dentist holds a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD degree). Both degrees have essentially the same requirements.
December 15, 2018
For many Americans, the thought of visiting the dentist for any form of care causes anxiety or phobia. Unfortunately, it blocks many of them from receiving the dental care they need. With sedation dentistry, though, they are able to receive treatment without having to endure an uncomfortable visit. Your sedation dentist in Toledo explains the different ways available to calm frayed nerves. Additionally, you’ll learn what to expect from each form of sedation dentistry.
November 28, 2018
When you have stained teeth, you’re always wondering whether other people notice the discoloration. Studies show that, more than likely, the people you encounter will notice the condition of your smile before anything else. With teeth whitening in Toledo, though, the look of your teeth can be rejuvenated. The next concern is how long the results will last after treatment. Read on to find out.
October 22, 2018
Seeing your dentist in Toledo for regular cleanings and checkups is a good idea. But exercising good self-care at home is just as important. This includes not only regular brushing and flossing but taking care of your toothbrush as well.
August 23, 2018
It’s embarrassing to wake-up to a wet spot on your pillow after a night of intense snoozing, but your dentist in Toledo says that if drooling is something that you do often, it could be a sign of a greater issue. As you read on, you’ll learn what could be the cause of your drooling, what can be done to correct the problem and how to prevent greater issues from arising.
July 25, 2018
Many of our patients ask us about excessive drooling. While everyone experiences drooling from time to time, usually during sleep, those patients who struggle with salivary over production may have difficulty speaking clearly, eating certain foods, or smiling with confidence. If you’re dealing with excessive drooling, read this post to learn more about the causes of drooling and treatments available. If you want to find out more, talk to your skilled dentist during a preventive dentistry appointment.
June 16, 2018
In a previous post, we discussed some of the many causes of drooling or excessive saliva production. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the ways you can address these concerns. For many patients, these issues are first noticed by a dentist who is trained to recognize changes in oral health, including over and underproduction of saliva. During your general dentistry appointments twice a year, let your dentist know if you’re struggling with excessive drooling or dry mouth. In many cases, these issues need to be addressed by neurologists and other medical doctors, but a dentist will be able to give you more information about whether or not you should be seriously concerned about saliva overproduction.