What You Need to Know About Gum Disease and Gum Care September is National Gum Care Awareness Month, so it’s the perfect time to brush up on gum disease. According to a study quoted on the National Center for Disease Control (CDC) website, “nearly half (46%) of all adults aged 30 years or older show […]
Root canals are often blamed for pain, but they’re not the real culprit. It’s time to celebrate them instead. May is “Save Your Tooth Month,” according to the American Association of Endodontists (AAE). On top of that, the second week of May is Root Canal Awareness Week and Wednesday, May 12 is Root Canal Awareness […]
The Difference Between Mouthwash for Kids and Adults, and Benefits of Both Who knew “spit and swish” was a skill? It is when it comes to mouthwash for kids, and you might be surprised how often people ask about that, among other questions about mouthwash. We believe it can be a great supplement to your […]
From Our Family to Yours This year, more than ever, we’re feeling grateful for our patients. Now that it’s almost Thanksgiving, we thought we’d share the top 10 reasons our Palos Heights family is thankful. Your family’s resilience and humor keep us smiling. We appreciate the curiosity and interest you show when you open our […]
Understanding What You Get and Whether It’s Worth It to Buy November is a big month full of big events, starting with elections and ending with many people’s favorite holiday. Dental insurance benefits and costs might be very low on your list of things to think about, but this is the time to do it […]
Infographic Shows Dental Tips for a Healthy Halloween Season We want to help you and your family have a healthy Halloween while still having Halloween fun. Dr. Umang Patel boiled and toiled it all into this no-trouble infographic. From basic dental health tips to best and worst candy and a sweet idea about what to […]
X-Rays Are Safe and Important for Oral Health People often wonder about dental x-ray safety. Easy question – it’s about exactly as safe as a walk in the park. We’ll explain that more later. First we want to make one thing absolutely clear. We would never recommend something that was unsafe for our patients. X-rays […]
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!
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.
With the new year upon us, it’s time to start taking your New Year’s resolutions seriously. Flossing is one of the easiest resolutions you can make that will have a big effect on the health of your smile. Flossing gets your teeth looking great and keeps decay and gum disease at bay. Call us today to schedule your next exam!