May 9, 2020
You may have noticed a few changes as you’ve started returning back to certain offices and businesses. The stack of magazines and the toys for kids have been packed away. These items used to help prevent boredom while you waited for your appointments, but now what? Even though it isn’t customary to see empty tables, your dentist in Portland can tell you about the reasons these items have been taken away and how it may prevent you from getting sick.
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April 14, 2020
Due to COVID-19, businesses all over the country have closed down. Restaurants, concert venues, hair salons, and more have shut their doors to customers. You might be wondering how exactly this virus has affected your dentist’s office. As it stands, your dentist in Portland is effectively closed, only treating patients who call with a dental emergency. Essentially, this means that all non-emergency dental treatments are being postponed until further notice. This includes your regular cleanings. If you’re particularly prone to cavities, you might be worried about your oral health during this time. Fortunately, we have written this guide with a few tips on how to keep your mouth healthy until your dentist opens back up.
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March 3, 2020
Many of us know how to eat healthy for the sake of our waistlines, but do you know how to eat a mouth-healthy diet? Since March is National Nutrition Month, now seems like as good a time as any to talk about how you can eat in a way that benefits your teeth and gums. Keep reading to learn a few best practices for sticking to a mouth-healthy diet.
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February 24, 2020
Many people with dental insurance
do not use their policy to the full. They might just visit the dentist once a
year for a checkup, or perhaps they do not visit their dentist at all unless
they experience some oral discomfort. But such individuals are lessening the
value they get from their policy, and they are endangering their oral
health. That’s why we’re writing this blog post. We are here to give you a few
pointers on how you can truly benefit from your dental insurance in 2020.
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January 24, 2020
The beginning of a
new year is always exciting time. What goals have you set for 2020? Most people
don’t even think to make a New Year’s resolution concerning their oral health,
but if you’ve been dreaming of a dazzling smile, keeping your teeth and gums
healthy should be one of your top priorities. This year, you should aim to
establish good dental habits – and scheduling a teeth
cleaning in Portland can be an excellent way to start.
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November 5, 2019
Diabetes is a very common disease in Washington state and across the US – but do you know just how common? According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 30 million Americans – or more than 9% of the total population – are currently living with diabetes. Although many people do not realize it, diabetes can have a negative impact on a person’s teeth, gums and mouth. November is National Diabetes Month, so there is no better time than now hear from a dentist in Portland about the link between diabetes and oral health.
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October 10, 2019
It might seem counterintuitive that October is National Dental
Hygiene Month, considering this month is chock full of candy consumption.
However, your dentist knows the value of keeping your mouth healthy despite
lots of snacking on sweets. The best way to ensure oral hygiene is to schedule
checkup in Portland. Other than that, here are 4 ways you can observe
National Dental Hygiene Month.
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September 4, 2019
September is about more than Labor Day and the start of autumn.
It’s also National Gum Care Month. Your dentist makes sure to celebrate in
style by checking the state of your gums at every appointment. But how are you celebrating?
Let’s talk more about how to observe National Gum Care Month by taking care of
your gums to prevent needing gum disease treatment
in downtown Portland.
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June 24, 2019
Are your teeth sensitive to hot and cold? Do they stay yellow even after teeth whitening treatments? If so, you may have tooth enamel loss. The erosions of your enamel can cause serious problems down the road, including increased sensitivity. But what exactly is enamel? What does it do? A dentist in downtown Portland is here to answer these questions.
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May 3, 2019
Do your gums bleed after you brush or floss? Do they look red and puffy? Do you have constant bad breath? If so, you may have gum disease. It’s a common condition, but if left untreated, it can lead to other health problems down the road, including a stroke. Since May is National Stroke Awareness Month, your dentist is here to talk about how gum disease therapy in downtown Portland could help prevent you from a having a stroke.
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