Have you ever stepped outside your house in the dead of winter, felt the cold air on your face, and experienced a tingling sensation in your teeth? This happens more often to people than you might think, and it’s not just some random coincidence! Read our blog post to find out why cold weather causes tooth sensitivity.
For some people, dental visits are merely a check off the to-do list. For other people, the dentist is part of their mission to remain healthy and smile big. No matter where you fall on the ladder, good oral health plays a vital role in your overall health and well-being. Take a look at our blog post for three things to consider when choosing a dentist.
An emergency of any kind can really derail your day. While there’s no way to ensure that you won’t experience any kind of dental emergency, read our blog post where we let you know what to do in case one occurs so you can act fast and save yourself from worse damage.
Did you know that according to the American Cancer Society, the lifetime risk of developing oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer is 1 in 60 for men and 1 in 140 for women? While we’re not trying to make you worried, we believe that information is power and that it’s a good idea to know the basics of oral cancer so you manage any potential risk you may have of developing it. Read our blog post for details!
Whether you know it or not, the time for holiday photos and parties is near. If you tend to grin or smile with your mouth closed because you’re conscious of your smile, read our blog post to see how you can restore your smile in time for the holidays!
No one wants to get a root canal. It very well might be the most dreaded dental procedure out there (thanks to a lot of myth and misconception though). Sometimes, however, we just have to face the facts. Read our blog post to find out when a root canal is really necessary.
Whether you’re getting a wisdom tooth extraction or an extraction for other reasons, we’ve put together a definitive guide of do’s and don’ts for your tooth extraction after care. Check out our blog post for all the details!
If you’ve lost a tooth, you might think that you’re out of the woods. The tooth is gone, you don’t have to worry about it anymore. In reality, replacing the tooth is crucial to avoiding future dental issues in that area. Read our blog post to learn more about the importance of tooth replacement and the options available to you at our Portland office.