A lot of misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic has been spreading around the country and the world. Read our blog for suggestions for some sites with reliable information. Palos Heights Family Dental in Illinois wants you to be informed and safe during this difficult time.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Palos Heights Family Dental, Palos Heights, Illinois, dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on keeping safe during the pandemic.
It’s important to teach your kids the importance of good dental health from a young age! Getting your children familiar with dental visits from the moment their first teeth erupt is a critical way of establishing healthy habits. Check out our blog post for advice on how frequently you should take your child to the dentist.
There’s nothing quite as scary as breaking a tooth. Is a broken tooth a dental emergency? Broken teeth can be serious and need same-day emergency care. Read our blog post to find our what you should know if you break a tooth.
Dental procedures that were once incredibly painful, are now routine and even painless. One such service is extraction. Read our blog post to learn how we make sure tooth extraction is easy, comfortable, and worry-free for our patients.
For years, traditional dentures were the most common tooth restoration, but they were far from perfect. While dentures have significantly improved over the years, dental implants are a better option for a lot of people. Read our blog post for the benefits of dental implants over dentures.
If you are going to get a dental implant, you may be wondering what the pain will be like after the procedure. Read our blog post where we give you an overview of the process and how long the pain will last after a dental implant.
Halloween is just around the corner! This means spooky ghouls and goblins will soon be coming to your front door asking for treats. But what is best to give trick-or-treaters to preserve the health of their teeth? Read our blog post to learn about the best and worst Halloween candy for teeth!
The way crooked teeth look is enough reason for most people to want to correct them, but there are actually even more advantages to straightening out one’s smile. Crooked teeth can set the ground for a number of other oral health issues. Check out our blog post where we look at some of the health complications that can arise from crooked teeth.
More commonly known as teeth grinding, bruxism is a serious dental health issue that needs to be addressed with the dentist. Check out our blog post where we explain the signs and symptoms of bruxism so you know what to look out for.