The holiday season is quickly approaching and while we are all busy with the hustle and bustle of preparing for holiday meals and shopping for family, we can’t help but notice that things are just a bit different this year. We want to continue to celebrate the magic of the season with our beloved patients, as different as it might be this year. We invite you to our Christmas Drive-Thru Open House! On Saturday, December 12th from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM, we welcome you to drive by our office to receive a box of delicious cookies. This is a do not miss, as you will get a chance to see all our staff in their ugly Christmas sweaters! We can’t wait to see you on December 12th from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM at our office located at 10646 River Rd, Denton, MD 21629. We look forward to seeing all your beautiful smiles!
This year has been hard on everyone and especially hard for people who were already food or housing insecure before the pandemic struck. Many people have lost jobs and homes and now find themselves with very limited resources. Luckily, there has also been an overwhelming response from citizens around the country who have generously donated to homeless shelters, food pantries, and community kitchens to help those who may be in difficulty.
A healthy smile should last a lifetime, but sometimes that smile needs a little help. For numerous reasons, people find themselves missing a tooth (or teeth). Not only can a missing tooth lead to embarrassment, it can also lead to long-term health issues. Fortunately, there are procedures, such as dental implants, that can bring back that beautiful smile for good.
Do you suffer from unexplained discomfort in your jaw, headaches from the moment you wake, or hear a strange clicking sound when you eat or talk? Many times these symptoms may come and go on their own; however, the issues may continue to worsen over time. These symptoms may possibly be from an underlying condition that you might not be aware of. Read on to learn more about the condition you may be experiencing.
When you think of the month of October, your first thoughts probably go to crisp, cool mornings, Halloween decorations, and pumpkin spice everything. But did you know that there is something else that happens in October? October is Dental Hygiene Month, which means it’s a great time to review some practices that can help improve your dental health. Check out some simple ways to make sure that your teeth stay healthy.
Does the thought of going to the dentist send you into a panic? Or maybe you are so nervous about the dentist that you have been avoiding a needed treatment. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Approximately 75% of adults in the United States share this same fear. There is a solution to your fears and worries with sedation dentistry.
Your oral health has a big impact on your quality of life, and maintaining a healthy mouth should be taken seriously. To maintain a healthy and functional set of teeth, following a daily teeth-cleaning routine is not enough. You also need a trusted dentist you can turn to for regular checkups and for unforeseen circumstances.
For some of our patients, there comes a time when they look at their smiles and they aren’t happy with what they see. What once was a small imperfection here, a slight bother there have turned into a series of issues that have really affected the appearance of their teeth. They put off doing anything about it because it wasn’t so bad “back then”, but now it’s something they think about more often, and they wonder if there is anything they can do about it. The good news is, yes, there is something you can do about the appearance of your teeth, and we want you to know you deserve to have a great-looking smile. Read on to find out more.
Are your teeth badly decayed or infected? Do you worry that the only solution is to remove them? Don’t panic. There’s a procedure that can save your teeth, get rid of the pain, and prevent it from coming back: a root canal treatment. Even though you may think of a root canal as painful and uncomfortable, thanks to modern dental technology, we can perform this procedure effectively and virtually pain-free.