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The Dentists of Newtown Blog

4 Tips to Celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month

October 11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 3:56 pm
woman putting toothpaste on toothbrush

Even in a month filled with candy, like October, it’s still important to take care of your pearly whites. Perhaps that’s why October is National Dental Hygiene Month. It’s a perfect time to learn ways to take care of your teeth to counteract all the havoc that eating lots of candy can wreak. Let’s learn 4 ways that you can celebrate this month in style and keep your mouth nice and healthy.


Protect Your Teeth by Protecting Your Gums

September 24, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 5:50 pm
Gum Disease

You’ve probably paid a lot of attention to your teeth and how best to take care of them over the years, but how much thought have you given to your gums? Do you really know why it’s so important to keep them healthy? And what have you done to make sure they’re as well-protected as your choppers? Since September is National Gum Care Month, it’s the perfect time to really consider these questions.


Keep Your Young Athlete’s Smile Safe with a Mouthguard

August 10, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 5:58 pm
Child with mouthguard

You’re at your child’s big game cheering them on when suddenly the ball comes out of nowhere and hits them in the face. You rush over immediately only to find one of your worst nightmares: one of your child’s teeth has been knocked out, and you’ll need to get to the dentist immediately if there’s going to be any chance of saving it. Unfortunately, dental emergencies are an all-too-common issue for young athletes, but luckily you can take preventive countermeasures. Here’s how a mouthguard helps protect your child’s precious smile.


When Your Teeth are Gone, Will Dentures Protect You from Bone Loss?

July 14, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 4:38 pm
Dentist holding dentures

If you lose all of your pearly whites, your first thought is likely to be, “I need dentures.” After all, they’re probably the most famous solution for missing teeth, and the modern versions are more lifelike and comfortable than ever before. But how much can they really do? Your teeth play a role in preventing bone loss to keep your jaw healthy; can dentures give you this benefit as well, or will you need to look elsewhere?


6 Tips to Avoid a Dental Emergency This Summer

June 3, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 7:37 pm
woman getting punched in the face with a boxing glove

Summer is finally in full swing, and that means all kinds of fun activities with your child: swimming, sports, and yummy snacks. Sounds perfect, right? Believe it or not, a lot of these activities could be dangerous for your or your kid’s oral health. You’ll want to avoid unnessecary dental care costs as much as you can this summer. That’s why we’re here to talk about 6 ways you can help prevent a dental emergency this summer.


How to Quickly Save Your Teeth with Your Emergency Dentist in Newtown

May 8, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 7:46 pm
close-up mouth pain

We can’t always plan for emergencies, but we can think of courses of action to take ahead of time to lessen the impact. It’s important to address the situation immediately and get help as soon as possible. Dental emergencies in particular cannot be ignored. The longer they are left untreated, the more likely they are to cause permanent damage and require expensive and extensive treatment in the future. An emergency dentist in Newtown discusses what to do should a dental emergency arise.


4 Questions to Ask When Searching for a Cosmetic Dentist in Newtown

April 9, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 6:01 pm
a female patient with her dentist

You’ve made the decision to do something about the look of your smile, but you don’t know who you should see about treatment. Choosing the right cosmetic dentist in Newtown can be difficult, but with a little help, it doesn’t have to be. As you navigate your search, here are 4 questions you should ask before committing to a cosmetic dental professional.


It’s National Nutrition Month in Newtown! Find Out How Your Diet Can Affect Your Oral Health

March 25, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 12:24 pm
healthy foods

Everything you eat comes into contact with your teeth and gums, so it makes sense that there is a relationship between your oral health and diet. Making wise nutritional choices is important for your dental and physical wellbeing and helps you live a full and happy life. Since March is National Nutrition Month in Newtown, it’s a great time to reassess your diet and how it could be affecting your oral health. Read on to find out which good foods encourage you to flash your smile, and which can make you hide it.


4 Interesting Facts about Children’s Oral Health in Newtown

February 14, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 8:22 pm
boy open mouth dentist

It’s February—time to celebrate love. But did you know that February is also National Children’s Dental Health Month? It’s a time to spread awareness about the dental issues children face, evaluate how well you are teaching your children about dental health, and do what you can to help prevent problems for your child in the future. To help you do that, check out these 4 interesting facts about children’s oral health in Newtown.


A New Year Equals New Dental Insurance Benefits in Newtown!

January 9, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — newtownteam @ 11:06 pm
man thinking hand on chin

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!

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