Are you preparing for holiday festivities? ‘Tis the season for festive treats and gatherings, but the holiday hustle may impact your smile. Amidst the seasonal delights and changes in routine, your oral health might face some challenges. Don’t let your beam take a hit by not showing it the care it deserves. Read on to delve into three reasons why the holiday season can have an impact on your dental well-being.(more…)
New Smile Dental Blog
November 8, 2023
October 30, 2023
October is recognized as National Dental Hygiene Month, and it’s an occasion well worth celebrating. After all, the role that good oral hygiene plays in keeping cavities and gum disease at bay cannot be understated. Are you giving your smile the best care possible? Below are 3 key dental hygiene habits that your dentist recommends adopting if they aren’t part of your everyday routine already.(more…)
August 9, 2023
It’s back to school season, which means that students of all ages are getting back in the scholastic mindset. You might be thinking a little bit more about passing your next exams, but have you wondered how your next dental exam is going to go?
Studies have shown that oral health problems can significantly affect academic performance, so taking good care of your teeth is an important part of being able to focus on academics. Here are a few things you can do to make sure that you ace your next dental exam.(more…)
June 9, 2023
Does your smile look dull and aged from discolored teeth? You’re not alone. Teeth come in many shades and tones naturally, but they also change color over time for various reasons, like drinking too much coffee. If you are embarrassed by the color of your teeth, don’t spend another summer feeling less than your best. Here are 3 reasons you should visit your cosmetic dentist for teeth whitening.
January 15, 2023
Now that the holidays are over, your life is about to get a little busier as you fall back into your daily routines and focus on your goals for 2023. It’s easy to overlook scheduling your semi-annual cleaning and checkup, but you could be placing your smile at risk. Don’t let a toothache interrupt your plans. Here are 4 reasons to have a dental checkup early in the year.
August 2, 2022
Class is almost back in session! With everything that’s going on this back-to-school season, you’ve probably got a lot on your plate; but amidst the hustle and bustle of a new school year, something to be mindful of is the possibility of your child experiencing a dental emergency. Here are some useful tips from your emergency dentist for keeping your child’s smile healthy and at low risk of dental emergencies as they head back into the classroom.(more…)
July 7, 2022
Does it always seem like you’re dealing with one oral health problem or another? You may even feel like you just have “bad teeth” and there’s no way around it. If your parents have had similar dental issues, you may be wondering if you were genetically predisposed to dental health problems. While genetics and family play a role in your oral health, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to go the rest of your life with tooth pain and an unsightly smile. Here’s what you should know.(more…)
June 2, 2022
You always try to prioritize the dental health of your entire family, but it can be a challenge. Even if your family always keeps up with their dental visits, it can still be a headache. When you have to go all of the way across town multiple times to get essential dental care simple dental visits can become a hassle. Fortunately, there’s a solution. By choosing a family dentist, you will experience all sorts of benefits for your whole family. Read on to learn what they are.(more…)
April 6, 2022
Though gum disease is easy to prevent by brushing twice per day, flossing before bed, and visiting your dentist for checkups and cleanings every six months, nearly half of American adults age 30 and older have been diagnosed. As symptoms progress, you may notice that your gums are receding and your teeth feel looser than they once did. For this reason, some patients think they can get rid of the infection with a tooth extraction. Read on to learn whether or not this will help cure gum disease.(more…)
February 17, 2022
When a child loses a tooth, it’s a cause for celebration. This is a sign that they’re growing up and they’ll soon have a full, beautiful set of adult teeth. But, if you’re an adult who recently noticed that one of their permanent pearly whites is wiggling around, this isn’t something to celebrate. So you know what to do if this ever happens to you, read on to learn the four steps you should follow if you have a loose tooth until your emergency dentist can see you.(more…)