Summer brings all the berries and fresh tomatoes from the garden. It can bring blue sno-cones, purple popsicles, and pink cotton candy for the kids, and cold brew coffees or wine at the outdoor cafe for mom and dad. These delectable treats have something in common: they’re full of the colors that can stain teeth. […]
In a June 17, 2020 article on Prevention.com titled 9 Reasons Your Teeth Hurt and How to Stop the Ache, According to Dentists, Lauren Krouse quotes Dr. Patel on stress, sinuses, and infections as three of the nine pain points for patients.
There’s no way around it – people of all ages have felt stressed at some point this year. Adults and children alike feel it in many ways, from sleepless nights to family feuds. We see a big impact here in the form of patients who are grinding teeth (also referred to as bruxism), but that’s […]
Summer can feel footloose and fancy-free when the sun is shining and the sprinklers are sprinkling. But when it comes to safety, we shouldn’t take our eye off the ball for a minute. Some of our favorite summertime things can become dangerous situations if we’re not paying attention to what we’re doing. We thought we’d […]
You often see quotes and insights from thought-leading practitioners in media stories online and off. It’s true in the dental community too. Palos Heights Family Dental is proud to be among those helping add context to stories about dental practices by answering media inquiries and providing comments on all kinds of questions. Two articles recently […]
We were always at the forefront of safe, sterile practices for our patients. After a long, strange spring season focused on keeping our families and yours safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, we reopened our office on June 1, 2020. At that time and ongoing, we’re leading the way with the most advanced and strictest guidance […]
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.