Our smartphones are never farther than an arm’s length away and help us do everything from track our calendars to track our calories. Today, we want to show you the wonders they can do for our daily hygiene routines with the help of these apps!
WE BELIEVE the more educated our patients are about dental health issues, the better they’ll be able to prevent them. We often warn of periodontal disease and the detrimental effects it has on the mouth and body. But there are also many common misconceptions about gum disease.
Pregnancy affects nearly every aspect of your life-your lifestyle, your diet, your health, and much more! Your mouth is no exception to the changes your body may experience during pregnancy. During this special time, you’ll need to pay particular attention to your oral health for both your sake and your growing baby’s.
THE CDC REPORTS THAT 1 in 5 children (between ages 5 and 11) in the US have untreated tooth decay. Not only should tooth decay be treated in regular dental appointments, it should be prevented! Tooth decay is 100 percent preventable with effective personal care and regular dental cleanings.
TODAY, FLOSSING IS A staple of oral hygiene and health. But have you ever wondered when we started flossing? You might be surprised by the answer.
The dentists at Great Lakes Dental Care continuously stress the importance of cavity protection towards your overall health. However, preventing cavities involves more than brushing your teeth — proper oral hygiene also requires a balanced diet.
The Grand Rapids Dentists at Great Lakes Dental Care want patients to know about the many benefits to using dental implants. Do you have questions about dental implants? Are you a good candidate? Are they painful? What are the costs?
Do you feel self-conscious about laughing or smiling in front of others? Do you try to hide your mouth’s problem areas when talking or smiling? If you have stained, crooked, gapped, decaying or missing teeth, it can easily cause you to lose confidence in your appearance.
Did you know that some children develop cavities before they reach kindergarten? Thankfully, you can raise your children with clean, healthy mouths by instilling in them good practices and routines when they are young.