We know that particularly if you have never required any type of care specifically for your periodontal health before, finding out that we recommend periodontal treatment for your smile can feel somewhat startling. You may even begin to feel scared off by the notion of it, particularly if you read unreliable information online or talk with individuals who tell you stories about their experiences. Here’s what you should remember: The care that we provide to help you with all manner of gum health concerns is absolutely something that is approachable and that our Pella, IA team is sure you will be happy to have received. Now, let’s get down to the reasons we feel this way!
There are some things you’re really going to want to remember about dental checkups. Why is that, you ask? Well, because if you allow yourself to forget about how important they are, how easy they are, and more, you may not feel quite as motivated to schedule and keep up with them. When you aren’t quite so motivated, you may actually procrastinate! The problem here is that you need checkups as one part of your comprehensive preventive care that helps you enjoy a smile that’s comfortable, healthy, and free of problems. So, without further ado, let our Pella, IA team be your guide!
If you’ve ever found yourself stressing about scheduling your preventive care dental visit with us or about having to brush your teeth, our Pella, IA team would like for you to take a step back and to reconsider what you’re feeling anxious about. When we’re discussing preventive dentistry, there’s nothing but smiles that should be coming from engaging in this area of smile care. That is, assuming you know what you need to do! If not, remember that we are always here to help you become a pro at dental hygiene and to thoroughly explain what’s going on during your cleanings and checkups. Find out more, so you realize protecting your oral health is certainly something to grin about.
Losing one or more teeth can be life-changing for your smile. Unless you replace them, the loss could have long-lasting effects on the health and quality of your smile. Fortunately, we offer patients several different options for rebuilding their smiles at our Pella, IA, dental office. For example, we can help many patients address the most serious impacts of tooth loss, including the loss of their teeth roots, by custom-designing the right dental implant-supported restoration. (more…)
What are you missing out on by leaving your smile incomplete? The loss of even one tooth can spell trouble, because it can create cosmetic concerns, and functional complications. In other words, a single gap in your smile can make you unhappy with how you look, while also making it harder to bite and chew. The problem also leads to issues because you can have less support for remaining teeth, which means more losses may occur. If you want to enjoy a dental prosthetic with an impressive degree of support, you can talk to your Pella, IA dentist’s office about a dental implant-supported prosthetic. (more…)
There are so many ways to approach your resolutions for the upcoming new year! When the focus of your promises to “do even better” in the future includes dental care, well … our Pella, IA team happens to have an easy idea that will help you plan and remember those thoughts you have as you go into 2019. Take a quick stroll through oral health resolutions that follow an A-B-C-D pattern and you’ll be set up for a year that offers exceptional smile health!
When we work our way closer and closer to Christmas and holiday celebrations, all of those things merry and bright that let us feel cozy are still there, of course! However, the final details, the stress, the planning, and more begin to come into much clearer focus! The holiday season can become a real “nail biter!” While this figurative term, meaning the whole experience can cause some serious tension, may be quite fitting for you thus far, our Pella, IA team reminds you that you shouldn’t let this drive you to literal nail biting! Why not, you ask? Well, because it can be really bad for oral health (and your complete health, too!). Find out more about why this is the case.