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December 20, 2019

Keeping Your Household Cavity-Free Over the Holidays

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 9:23 am

family enjoying the holidays togetherAlthough your dentist isn’t Santa Claus, they can still tell if you’ve been naughty or nice over the holidays based on the results of your next routine checkup. The last thing you would want to ruin your valuable time with your family is a pesky cavity that causes dental sensitivity and even pain. Because you’ll be consuming more sweets than usual, you’ll want to adjust your dental hygiene routine accordingly and make sure that harmful oral bacteria aren’t accumulating in your mouth. Read on for five tips on how you can keep you and your family cavity-free over the holidays. (more…)

November 16, 2019

Why Soaking Your Dentures Is Important

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 2:44 pm

hand holding dentures in glass of water

In a perfect world, everyone would keep their natural teeth for their entire life. The world is not perfect, though, so sometimes we have to replace natural teeth using methods like dentures. Fortunately, modern dentistry has come a long way in creating dentures that look and feel like natural teeth. However, you don’t take care of them in quite the same way. The best way to maintain your natural teeth is through brushing, flossing, and regular checkups with your dentist. Meanwhile, the easiest way to take care of your dentures is by soaking them. Read on to learn the importance of soaking dentures.


September 8, 2019

Here’s How Stress Can Affect Your Oral Health

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 9:16 am

person holding blocks with letters of the word "stress"

Many of us lead busy lives these days, causing stress to run rampant. You may already be aware of how poorly managed stress can affect the brain and heart, but did you know it also has an impact on your oral health in Mt. Pleasant? That’s why it’s important to deal with your stress or anxiety as soon as possible, so as not to cause problems. Let’s take a closer look at what those problems are and how you can put a stop to them.


July 14, 2019

8 Invisalign FAQs: Living with Clear Aligners

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 4:21 pm

woman smiling holding Invisalign

You’ve decided to straighten your teeth, but should you choose an advanced method like Invisalign? It can help you finally have a confident smile even during treatment. But you have questions and concerns about how Invisalign will affect your lifestyle. Will you have to change a lot in your daily routine to make room for treatment? How can you make sure that you achieve the results you’re looking for? Keep reading to get helpful answers to Invisalign FAQs. (more…)

June 18, 2019

5 Tips for Taking Care of Invisalign Aligners

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 9:11 am

Woman with InvisalignInvisalign is a favored orthodontic option among teens and adults, and for good reason: compared with braces, there are no brackets or wires, no eating restrictions, and it’s much harder for the casual observer to notice. However, just because there are no metal parts doesn’t mean that there’s no maintenance involved. In order to get the best results (and avoid needing a costly replacement!), you need to make sure that you’re taking good care of your Invisalign aligners. Here are 5 tips for doing so.


April 6, 2019

Preparing for Braces? Let Us Answer Your Invisalign® FAQs in Mt. Pleasant

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 3:55 pm

Invisalign bracesAre you considering Invisalign® braces but don’t know if you’re ready for the responsibility that comes with them? It’s really no surprise since these clear, plastic trays take some getting used to, not only with regard to how they feel but how to take care of them as well. If you’re struggling to figure out the best way to incorporate them into your daily routine, let us answer some common Invisalign® FAQs in Mt. Pleasant.

March 3, 2019

Did You Know That Sleep Apnea in Mt. Pleasant Can Affect Your Heart?

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 4:01 pm

Man with trouble sleepingSleep apnea is a common problem that causes interrupted breathing during sleep, which leads to loud snoring and restless nights. Sleep apnea can have a serious affect on your day-to-day life because it hijacks your much-needed time of rest, but recent studies have shown that it can also have an impact on the health of your heart. Keep reading to learn more about sleep apnea in Mt. Pleasant and how it can affect your cardiovascular health.


December 1, 2018

Why It’s the Best Time to Get Whiter Teeth in Mount Pleasant

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 4:19 pm

Half white smile.Is your smile ready for its close-up? The holidays are a time of year where everyone in your life wants a good picture. However, this can be a problem if you’re self-conscious about stains or discoloration in your grin. Thankfully, your dentist has the best kind of teeth whitening for a beautiful set of pearly whites. Read on to discover the benefits that whiter teeth in Mount Pleasant will bring you for the holiday season from an expert dentist.


October 12, 2018

The How and Why of Getting a Root Canal In Mount Pleasant

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 9:54 am

Woman touching her cheek in painThere are few dental procedures that are more misunderstood than the root canal. And with the (undeserved) bad reputation they have, it’s no surprise that so many people are filled with dread when they need one! But you’ll be relieved to know that root canals are nowhere near as unpleasant as you might think – not to mention that they save your natural teeth and ultimately maintain your oral health. Keep reading below to learn why a root canal in Mount Pleasant might be necessary and why it’s a good idea to have an endodontist perform the procedure. Once you know the truth about root canals, they’ll feel a lot less scary!


September 16, 2018

Can Botox in Mount Pleasant Relieve TMJ Symptoms?

Filed under: Uncategorized — VGregory @ 5:07 pm

TMJ is short for temporomandibular joint, or more properly temporomandibular joint syndrome. It’s a condition that can cause pain and soreness in the patient’s jaw, teeth, head and neck. Modern medicine offers many options for treating TMJ, including Botox in Mount Pleasant.


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