July 7, 2020
If it feels like second nature for you to enter your dentist’s office and give your hygienist a high-five or shake the hand of the person behind the front desk, you’ll need to learn to resist the next time you visit. COVID-19 has caused various changes to occur in dental practices throughout the United States, one of which is practicing social distancing. Before arriving for your appointment, a dentist explains why contactless greetings are best during this time.
June 30, 2020
Getting back to doing your day-to-day tasks can be heard, especially when the threat of COVID-19 still lingers. Now, your dentist in Flint has implemented dozens of new safety protocols to ensure that their practice is safe and sterile for each patient that walks through their doors. That way, you can focus on maintaining your oral health and rest-assured that your wellness isn’t at-risk. Read on to learn about five dental safety protocols being made to do this. (more…)
April 9, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is a scary thing. Now, more than ever, it’s important to practice excellent hygiene habits. You should take steps to ensure that both you and your family stay safe and healthy. While many people don’t think of their toothbrush as a way of spreading or catching the virus, it is covered in bacteria daily. If you live with others, this is especially true. Practicing safe oral hygiene habits will keep everyone living their best lives.
November 15, 2019
For people with dental insurance, there is a small window of opportunity open to take advantage of their coverage before the year ends. Why is it so important to take action now, though? After all, can’t you just wait until January? Find out why this type of mindset could be costing you big money and placing your oral health at risk. Additionally, you’ll learn how to get the most out of your dental insurance and a fresh new start to your oral health in 2020!
August 8, 2019
Did you know that gum disease affects almost half of the U.S. population, or around 65 million adults? Many people underestimate the impact of this common condition but the truth is that it has serious consequences to your oral health andoverall health. Fortunately, gum disease can be prevented or well-managed with preventative dentistry such as regular checkups and cleanings, which greatly lowers the risk of the many problems associated with it. The first step? Understanding the importance of healthy gums and recognizing the symptoms of gum disease early on. Keep reading to learn more!