The COVID-19 crisis has affected the entire medical community, including dental offices. In fact, most practices have suspended their normal operations. But that does not mean your dentist is not ready to help you. In fact, if you find yourself facing a serious dental problem, your dentist is the first person you should contact. Let’s talk about why visiting your dentist instead of the ER during a dental emergency is better for both your oral and overall health.
Brookside Dental Care Blog
April 29, 2020
April 15, 2020
If your tooth is hurting, you should get in touch with your dentist as soon as possible. They will give you guidance on how to care for your tooth, and they might even urge you to visit the office for an emergency appointment. But what can you do to ease your discomfort in the meantime if you run out of pain relievers? Instead of making a trip to the grocery store, you can try the following at-home remedies instead.
March 20, 2020
You should be able to enjoy a hot cup of coffee or a frozen treat without worrying that you’ll experience discomfort. Unfortunately, however, countless individuals have sensitive teeth that react badly to hot and cold substances. If you are experiencing dental sensitivity, you’ll be interested in reading the material that follows. We’ll discuss possible reasons for your sensitive teeth and give you advice on how to put an end to the pain.
March 13, 2020
Dental implants are one of the most popular and talked-about tooth replacement treatments. Dentists and patients alike value them for their stability, strength, and longevity. Unfortunately, however, not everyone fully understands dental implants. In fact, there are some myths out there that may lead people down the wrong path when they are considering how they want to replace their lost teeth. In this post, we debunk four common misconceptions about dental implants.
February 18, 2020
Most people are aware that advanced periodontal (gum) disease can have devastating consequences for an individual’s oral health. It can cause bleeding gums, bad breath, gum recession, tooth loss, and more. However, many people are under the mistaken impression that gum disease stops there. In fact, it can seriously affect overall health as well. Let’s take a moment to examine the link between gum disease and heart health. What you discover might surprise you!
February 4, 2020
Do you do your best to stick to a good oral hygiene routine, but you still seem to end up with cavities? That can be frustrating and puzzling. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the reasons why you may be at a higher risk of dental decay than others. We’ll also talk about what you can do to protect your precious smile.
January 12, 2020
You want to choose the best oral hygiene products, but doing so can be confusing. Many manufacturers use flashy wording and attractive packaging to advertise their toothbrushes. Others have a simpler presentation, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be effective. Plus, there are so many options out there that it’s easy to just throw in the towel and pick up whatever toothbrush first catches your attention in the oral hygiene aisle at the grocery store. Before you get too overwhelmed, though, take a moment to read the following information. An experienced dentist is here to give you some practical guidance on how to answer the question, “What kind of toothbrush should I pick?”
January 2, 2020
The new year is full of potential. Perhaps this is the year you reach your fitness goals, take the trip of a lifetime, or embark on a new career path. Whatever resolutions you’ve set for yourself, you might want to consider adding one more to your list: Use your dental insurance to the full in 2020. Let’s talk about how you can get the most out of your coverage so you can enjoy all the benefits of a healthy smile throughout this year and well into the future.
December 9, 2019
The end of the year is a busy time for most families. You may be preparing to visit relatives, or you might be hosting some of your loved ones. You have things to buy, decorations to put up, and so much more. During this fast-paced season, it can become all too easy to make a mistake that puts your oral health in jeopardy. An emergency dentist is here to provide some useful tips on dental care during the holiday season.
November 20, 2019
It’s that time of year again. It’s when cold and flu bugs are going around like crazy. You may make every effort to avoid catching one, but sooner or later, you might very well find yourself cooped up at home with a warm blanket and a box of tissues. To cope with your symptoms, you might use a variety of remedies, but can those remedies affect your teeth? Let’s talk about how they might damage your smile and how you can take measures to protect your oral health throughout cold and flu season.