How You Can Turn Your Smile Around in the New Year

January 3, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 10:53 am
Someone with a nice smile

The new year is upon us, which means that it’s time to take stock of what needs to change. If you’re looking for a resolution that could help you look and feel your best, you might think about making a change that could improve your oral health.

Thankfully, this doesn’t have to be difficult—there are a few small things you could do that could make a big difference in how your teeth look. Here are just some examples.

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Holiday Tradition or Dental Demolition? Three Traditional Drinks That Are Harsh on Your Teeth

December 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 10:41 pm
Red wine

The holidays are those special times of year when people put down the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a while so they can enjoy some time with friends and family. These occasions are often wonderful opportunities to enjoy a drink with your loved ones, and there are many beverages that are considered traditional for the season. While these libations can be festive and delicious, some can be harsh on your teeth if you are not careful. Here are three drinks to be wary of to keep your teeth healthy while celebrating the holidays.

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4 Easy Ways to Protect Your Smile During Thanksgiving

November 21, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 5:36 pm
Woman smiling while handing dish to loved one on Thanksgiving

Although it may be hard to believe, Turkey Day is almost here! Since this food-filled holiday is often centered around cranberry sauce, apple pie, and other sweet treats, there’s no time like the present to learn how you can protect your smile during Thanksgiving. Here are four tips to help!

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31 Days of Dental Hygiene: Establishing Oral Care Habits for Life

October 27, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 2:06 pm
A father and son practicing good dental hygiene by flossing

Dental Hygiene Month has finally arrived, serving as a perfect reminder to reevaluate and reinforce your oral care habits! A healthy smile is a lifelong asset, and it all begins with consistent, effective dental hygiene practices. So, challenge yourself this October and complete 31 days of cleaning.

If you’re curious to know the five secrets of establishing healthy oral care habits for life, continue reading.

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6 Tips for Navigating Halloween with Invisalign

October 18, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 7:10 pm
family smiling during Halloween party

Halloween is right around the corner, and for those on an Invisalign journey, the idea of navigating the holiday can be a bit daunting. Fear not! With a little extra care and some clever strategies, you can enjoy the festivities without compromising your treatment. Read on to learn some valuable tips to help you make the most of Halloween while keeping your Invisalign journey on track.

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Help! I Want to Fix The Gap In My Front Teeth

September 27, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 5:10 pm
Closeup of a person's mouth who has a gap between their two front teeth

Having a perfectly uniform smile has become part of today’s common beauty standards. Imperfections like a gap right in between our two front teeth can leave us feeling self-conscious or less than worthy. This kind of space (called a diastema) is usually considered an aesthetic concern and not a huge health issue. Regardless, anxiety over flaws in our grin can affect our mental and emotional well-being. Fortunately, cosmetic dentistry has solutions that can help! Keep reading to learn about 3 treatments that can repair your diastema.

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4 Gum Disease Facts That You Need to Know

September 23, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 8:46 pm
Wooden tiles spelling out the words “Gum Disease”

If you ask your dentist about the top threats to your oral health, chances are that gum disease will come up. This condition will only grow more severe over time if it isn’t treated properly, and there’s a very good chance that it could ultimately result in tooth loss. To keep your smile safe, it’s important to learn as much about gum disease as you can in order to help you make informed decisions when dealing with it. Below are 4 gum disease facts that may surprise you.

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Prevent Dental Emergencies with These Back-to-School Safety Tips

August 18, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 10:57 pm
Smiling schoolboy

Just because your child will be spending a lot of time at a desk this school year doesn’t mean they will be immune to dental emergencies. Even with the structure and safety that a school provides, smile-threatening accidents can happen. Luckily, there are steps you can take to minimize the chances of your child suffering a tooth injury. Here are some back-to-school tips for preventing dental emergencies.

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Lifestyle Changes You Can Make To Support Dental Implants

August 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 1:37 am
Someone with a nice smile eating a salad

One of the nice things about dental implants is that they can actually merge with the jawbone, affording them an incredible amount of stability. This also makes them feel incredibly realistic—you can expect to chew with, talk with, and clean your dental implant in virtually the same way you did with your natural tooth.

Dental implants are shockingly close to being just another part of your body, and just like any bone or limb, there are lifestyle choices you can make to support your implants. Here are a few examples.

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Brighten Up the White While Keeping Out the Steel: 3 Minimally Invasive Ways to Improve Your Smile

July 27, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Deborah Romack @ 4:48 pm

Today’s world of frequent social media exposure pressures people to show off their smiles a lot more. However, many are shy or self-conscious about showing their teeth because of perceived imperfections. Thankfully, advances in cosmetic dentistry have made procedures easier and more affordable than ever, allowing more people to achieve the smile they have always dreamed of.

Minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry includes procedures and treatments requiring no surgery and little to no anesthesia, downtime, or preparation of the teeth. These treatments can address common teeth imperfections such as cracks, chips, discoloration, misalignment, and uneven length. Read on to discover more about the ways your dentist can improve your smile without digging too deep.

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