Your smile care doesn’t have to be an exhausting task. Instead, you can easily make your way through your dental hygiene and the other minor details it benefits you to remember. Whether you already feel like you’ve got most of the details lined up but you’re missing something or if you feel like your daily experience has gone haywire, we can easily remedy the situation. Keep a simple checklist in mind and all will go swimmingly.
Have you ever had a good idea for a cartoon or comic strip, sat down to draw out your vision, only to find that you don’t know the first thing about creating cartoon figures? Even if you’re already a master drawer, this happens to be a particular skill you might not yet have! Good news: You and anyone else who is interested along with you will have the chance to become quite the cartoonist at the upcoming Cartooning Workshop!
Do you feel emotionally and mentally ready for cosmetic care? Do you feel quite focused on taking the steps that you need to take in order to come in, receive the treatment that your heart desires, and then to go back out into the world with a very nice looking grin? If so, what are you missing? Not really certain about the questions you should be asking yourself in an effort to prepare and get going? We can fix this issue right away!
Sometimes, you will make assumptions about smile and your age, fully believing that what you think is true is simply fact. In many cases, you might be completely wrong! To this we say: Consider some new information about age and caring for your smile. You may be very surprised by the fact that the amount of birthdays you have celebrated on this planet often has little (if nothing at all) to do with your oral health. Let’s make our way through some frequently asked questions.
When you have a goal that you decide you’re going to get serious about, the only way to see it through is to set it and then to get started. However, it can become very difficult to ever expect to see the finish line when you don’t know how to begin. When this applies to dental care, it can cause additional uncertainty. Rather than giving up on those well meaning goals, we strongly suggest that you ask us about what to do. When you have a better understanding of what it takes to put smile plans in action, the process becomes much simpler!
Your kids’ smiles might seem like they’re much stronger than yours, if not immune to problems. That is, until a toothache develops, a cavity is detected, etc. So, what can you do this year to steer those smiles toward success instead of problems? We encourage you you do a couple very easy things throughout 2018 to promote children’s dental care that’s effective. Fortunately, not a whole lot is going to change as far as your responsibilities go but you can expect positive results from some little tweaks.
You might feel like caring for your smile is one of those things that should just happen organically throughout the day. This is completely fine, assuming you are good at living your life this way. However, if the result ends up being that you miss dental hygiene sessions occasionally, you fall asleep at night without brushing, you run out of toothpaste, etc., then it may be time for a reboot! Consider scheduling out your day (it doesn’t have to be super stringent), so you don’t ever end up missing the essential oral health care you need.
“I’m walkin’, yes indeed and I’m talkin’…” Have you heard these lyrics? If you’re nodding your head yes but you realize you have no idea where they came from, then you might be interested in learning a bit more about the history of music that is ingrained in our culture! The creator and performer of that song is Fats Domino! Never heard of him? Find out more at the upcoming Music Appreciation For All Ages: Fats Domino event.
If you’re not thrilled at the moment with how your smile looks, then you are probably taking some time to think about seeing our team for cosmetic care. If you were to narrow down the particulars, what is it that’s bothering you? If you answer that you dislike the shape of your teeth, teeth (or one tooth) are too long, you wish two barely overlapping teeth weren’t overlapping, or similar details, then dental contouring might be just right! In addition to offering you the esthetic benefits you’re looking for, contouring provides even more reasons to smile.
If you don’t like your dental floss, you might be having trouble convincing yourself to actually follow through on flossing. This makes sense! Unfortunately, patients frequently assume all floss is going to be the same, taste the same, present similar challenges, and therefore don’t put a whole lot of effort into seeking out floss that they like! Consider some common areas of frustration and realize that by trying different types of floss, you can end up finding one that works very well for your dental hygiene goals.