Having dental insurance is priceless if it’s put to use. Unfortunately, less than 3% of insured Americans maximize their benefits each year. As the next 12 months get underway, you have an opportunity to join the group of people who take full advantage of their coverage. Learn why the new year is the perfect time to commit to preventive dentistry, and discover how to get the most out of your dental insurance benefits in Newtown!(more…)
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January 9, 2019
December 25, 2018
For hundreds of years, dentures have given people a full smile when they are missing teeth. Thankfully, dental technology has come a long way since George Washington’s famous dentures. Now, dentists can expertly replace whole rows of teeth or parts of smiles with dentures. However, sometimes dentures can become loose, which can cause a number of embarrassing and uncomfortable problems. Keep reading to learn why you may have a loose denture in Newtown and what your dentist can do to secure your smile.(more…)
November 4, 2018
Did you know that each year, billions of dollars in dental insurance benefits are wasted? It’s true, many people pay for dental insurance without maximizing their benefits. That’s because dental insurance benefits don’t rollover into the next year, so if they aren’t used by January 1st, they’ll be gone forever. Keep reading to discover why it’s important to use your dental insurance in Newtown before it’s too late!
October 4, 2018
Did you know that October is National Dental Hygiene Month? Oral healthcare often gets forgotten, so this month’s goal is to raise awareness on the importance of good dental hygiene. The look and feel of your smile are important, but your oral health is also linked to your overall health, which makes good dental hygiene in Newtown even more vital. Read on to learn tips on how to keep your mouth healthy for National Dental Hygiene Month and year-round.
September 4, 2018
Did you know at least 120 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth? When you think of missing teeth, you may think about a traumatic event that knocks a tooth out with physical force. But what if the #1 cause of tooth loss wasn’t physical injury at all? Gum disease, or periodontal disease, is the leading cause of tooth loss and that’s just one of the problems it causes. Keep reading to learn about periodontal disease in Newtown, how to prevent it, and some of its treatment options.
September 3, 2018
Saving money is one of the smartest habits any of us can develop. Nothing beats having a nest egg to tide you over when things get rough. Often times though, what seems like a good idea at first can actually end up costing more in the end. This is certainly the case when it comes to seeing your dentist in Newtown for regular checkups and cleaning.
July 15, 2018
Is your child ready to begin their numerous afterschool events, whether they be for their favorite sport, music/dance class, or other activity? Before you know it, the end of August will be upon us and our kids will be on their way to school with packed lunches and full backpacks. For this reason, you’ll want to make sure that all of their necessary medical appointments are completed beforehand, including their visit to their children’s dentist in Newtown!
Take note of the following benefits of getting your child scheduled while summer break is still going!
June 20, 2018
When you’re playing sports or just goofing around with your friends, it’s all too easy for an accident to happen that affects your oral health. It’s not uncommon for children and adults alike to suffer from a broken tooth. In some cases, an impact causes the tooth to come out altogether. What should you do if you or your little one faces such a situation? Here is some guidance from your emergency dentist in Newtown.
June 3, 2018
Your oral health has an intimate connection with your overall health. Conditions such as gum disease, oral cancer, and even tooth decay can have consequences for the rest of your body, which is why it is so important to visit your dentist in Newtown regularly for checkups. During these checkups, your dentist or hygienist will look at all of the following aspects of your oral health to make sure your smile is in good shape.
May 6, 2018
You may have been told previously that you weren’t eligible for dental implants. This is likely because there wasn’t enough bone volume available for the implants to adhere too. It may have also been because dental implants are too expensive, especially when you need an entire arch replaced at once. Fortunately, there’s a treatment you should know about if you still want to replace teeth effectively.
Through All-on-4 dental implants in Newtown, you can get your smile’s appearance and functionality back, especially if you wear dentures already. Keep reading to learn how!