Sometimes it’s easy to forget how connected your teeth and gums are to your overall health. For example, you may not think that your dentist would be emphasizing the importance of Stroke Awareness Month — but this health event is more related to your oral health than you might think. Below, find out more about why, and what you can do to prevent strokes from affecting you and those you love.
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May 19, 2019
April 21, 2019
April begins with pranks and ends with warm days that indicate the lead up to summer — and in between, your dentist knows that it’s time to have a conversation about something more serious that you may not think about too much: oral cancer. This time of year has been designated Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and we are paying attention. Keep reading to learn more about this disease, and how getting screened could be the best thing you ever did.
March 19, 2019
A tooth is made up of a series of layers, the outside of which is the white enamel — and the part that you are responsible for taking care of through regular hygiene practices and routine preventive visits to the dentist. Protecting the tooth enamel will help you keep a complete smile for life. Below, find out more about why this outermost layer of the tooth matters, and how you can protect it.
February 4, 2019
Porcelain veneers are a wonderful solution for damaged teeth, and they can typically last for many years with proper care — but it is possible for them to crack or break. If you have recently cracked a porcelain veneer in New Orleans, don’t worry! All hope is not lost for your smile. Your cosmetic dentist can repair the veneer to get your smile back to beautiful in no time.
January 4, 2019
Everyone deserves a smile that they love — but not everyone can say that’s true about their grin. If imperfect front teeth are getting in the way of your overall look, it’s time to take the necessary steps to improve it! A smile makeover in New Orleans is a great way to enhance the appearance of your teeth and gums. Keep reading for the top 5 reasons to invest in this comprehensive treatment in 2019!
December 31, 2018
Did you know that millions of dollars are wasted each year in unused insurance benefits? When it comes to dental insurance, that means too many families and individuals are missing out on coverage of crucial preventive and restorative treatments. Avoid letting the money you have already put towards dental care go to waste in 2018 — just book a visit with your dentist in December and let them know you are trying to use up your dental insurance benefits in New Orleans when you do!
December 29, 2018
Invisalign is a great way to straighten your teeth without having to wear fixed metal brackets and wires for a year or more. Patients appreciate that the aligners are clear and removable — so you can continue eating, speaking, and smiling with confidence throughout the treatment.
November 30, 2018
Most of us will experience tooth pain at some point in our lives. Paying attention to what type of discomfort it is can help you to determine the next course of action. In general, lingering pain of any kind should be treated promptly by your dentist. Keep reading to learn about the most common types of tooth pain in New Orleans and how they can be treated to safeguard your oral and overall health.
November 20, 2018
Seeking orthodontic treatment is about more than just looking good. Straight, properly-aligned teeth also promote better oral and overall health. If you are considering investing in braces or clear aligners for your or your teen’s smile, keep reading to learn the top 5 health benefits of straight teeth in New Orleans! No matter your age, getting orthodontic treatment is a great way to invest in yourself.
October 31, 2018
Dentures are a tried-and-true solution for the replacement of several missing teeth. However, traditional dentures that rest on top of your gum tissue alone may slip or slide around at the least convenient times — like when you are in the middle of telling a joke or eating your favorite meal. Fortunately, dental implants can retain a partial or complete denture to make it actually permanent. Keep reading to learn more about the implant-retained denture in New Orleans, including how it works, who it’s good for, and more.