There are various types of cleanings that are appropriate for different patients. Insurance companies cover certain types of cleanings however, this may not always be what is most appropriate for you and your mouth.
Dentures are one of the most common dental needs nationwide—and not just among seniors. More than 32 million Americans have dentures, and that number is expected to rise—by 2024, 200 million Americans are expected to be dealing with partial tooth loss. And given the ongoing trend, the vast majority will seek out dentures.
From lack of insurance and sky-rocketing fees to residual angst from old appointments from not wanting to hear why they need to floss (for the millionth time…), here’s why people are skipping their annual cleanings and, even, follow up treatments, plus a little advice for overcoming these hurdles if any of this sounds a little too familiar…
We’ve rounded up five simple, low-cost, high-quality solutions to ensure you and your family have the cleanings and extended care you need, when you need it — often for a fraction of the price you’d pay with insurance.
It is easy to tell when to replace a torn shirt or some shrunken jeans, but knowing when to replace your toothbrush isn’t quite as obvious. Many factors, including your health, usage and preferences, come into play. Before you pick up that faded toothbrush again, here are some tips to decide if it is timeContinue reading “Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?”
There’s nothing like a hot cup of coffee in the morning or a cold glass of ice water on a hot day – unless that first sip brings a jolt of discomfort to the mouth. The culprit? Tooth sensitivity. What is Tooth Sensitivity? Your teeth are coated with a protective layer of enamel. If theContinue reading “Do You Need Help With Sensitive Teeth?”