If you are like many Americans, you probably enjoy starting your morning off with a hot cup of coffee. According to a survey commissioned by the National Coffee Association, 64% of American adults reported having a cup of coffee the previous day, the highest level in six years. However, coffee has evolved a lot in the past 20 years. Today, depending on what you order, you may not only be getting a jolt of caffeine with your coffee but a big dose of sugar as well. All that sugar can have serious consequences when it comes to keeping your teeth healthy. Thankfully, a dentist in Greenfield is here with 3 tips on how to order your coffee.
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July 17, 2018
June 30, 2018
Could something as simple as breathing through your mouth while sleeping cause dental problems for you down the road? According to the results of a recent study, breathing through your mouth contributes to creating the type of environment in your oral cavity that encourages bacteria growth and tooth decay. As you read on, your dentist in Greenfield explains what causes this and how to prevent tooth decay and other oral maladies by correcting your nighttime mouth breathing.
May 14, 2018
Did you know that the surface of your tongue is completely unique, just like your fingerprints? Your tongue also heals faster than any other body part and has between 3,000 and 10,000 taste buds. Apparently, there’s more to your tongue than you may have realized!
April 12, 2018
One of the most helpful dental tools that you can own is your toothbrush. Knowing that, it might make you feel a little overwhelmed when you walk down the dental hygiene aisle at the store to pick out your next brush.
However, after reading this helpful post from your local dentist in Greenfield, you’ll feel more confident than ever that you can choose your perfect toothbrush on your own. Learn more about how to shop for the best dental tools in this week’s blog post.
April 1, 2018
The last time you visited your dentist, you got frustrated. How can you constantly brush your teeth, floss (most of the time), and still have more than one cavity in your smile? It seems like your tooth decay problem is nearly impossible to deal with.
If you can’t seem to put your thumb on the reason why you keep having run-ins with decay and cavities, this blog post from your dentist in Greenfield just may be for you! Learn more about a little-known contributor to tooth decay and cavities in this week’s blog post.
January 2, 2018
You’re heading to the dentist for your cleaning and checkup, and you’re crossing your fingers that you don’t’ have any cavities this time! Either way, you figure that you’ll hear the same thing as always: Brush at least twice a day for healthy teeth and gums. But isn’t one good brushing a day enough to keep things clean and prevent cavities? Where did the magical number of two come from? Was it just made up, or is there something more behind it? A dentist in Greenfield explains the reasoning behind this recommendation and also gives you some tips and tricks to make it a little easier!
November 14, 2017
During your last appointment with your dentist in Greenfield, you were probably subject to many great dental services like through exams, professional cleanings, maybe even an oral cancer screening. Another critical part of routine dental appointments are dental x-rays—and they’re not just for cavity detection!
Learn more about everything simple dental x-rays can do for you in this week’s blog post.
October 17, 2017
Halloween will be here before you know it, and after finding a costume that your child actually likes, your next biggest concern is all about their teeth. You know that they’re going to be awash with candy in a couple of weeks, so what should you do to make sure they can enjoy the holiday and not get numerous cavities? Fortunately, your dentist in Greenfield has a few simple candy tips so your child can enjoy their sweets and keep their smile healthy at the same time. (more…)
September 15, 2017
When you look at your teeth in the mirror, what do you see? Do you focus on discoloration, gaps, or chips? If so, you probably feel insecure about your appearance. You have probably considered visiting your cosmetic dentist in Greenfield in the past, but you really do not want to undergo several procedures or a lengthy treatment. What if you could get the results you want without an invasive process? With porcelain veneers, you can drastically change how your teeth look using a minimally invasive procure. In just two weeks, you can look in the mirror and love what you see.
August 18, 2017
If you are like one-third of adults, you do not like how your smile looks. The cosmetic imperfections cause you to feel insecure. As a result, you probably avoid showing your teeth as much as possible when talking, taking pictures, or smiling. Now, you do not have to live with low self-esteem from the flaws. Your cosmetic dentist in Greenfield offers the solutions you need to transform the appearance of your teeth. Using simple, yet effective procedures, you will radiate with confidence.