Archive for the ‘ Dental Care ’ Category

Celebrate A Healthy Smile on National Brush Day

National Brush Day 2019 It’s no coincidence that National Brush Day is observed annually on November 1st, the day after Halloween, which traditionally is the single most significant day of candy consumption in the United States. National Brush Day is part of the Kids’ Healthy Mouths campaign, a national initiative launched by The Partnership for […]

What Are The Warning Signs of Gum Disease?

Gum Disease & Overall Health Are you walking around with gum disease and don’t even know it? The warning signs of gum disease often go unnoticed until the advanced stages, this is why millions of people don’t know they have this serious infection that can lead to tooth loss if not treated. Gum disease, also […]

Root Canals Save Teeth!

May is Save Your Tooth Month Root canals don’t hurt, they actually relieve the pain. When your teeth show signs of infection or disease following a dental exam, your dentist may recommend root canal treatment – or refer you to an Endodontist. But that’s not bad news, because root canals save teeth. A root canal […]

7 Most Common Causes of Sensitive Teeth

Why Are Your Teeth Sensitive? Do you experience sensitivity when drinking an ice cold glass of water or sipping a hot cup of tea? Does tooth sensitivity impair your ability to diligently adhere to your daily dental hygiene regimen of brushing & flossing? There are a number of reasons why you could be experiencing tooth […]

Dental Crowns: What, Why & How They Restore Your Smile

What Is A Dental Crown? A dental crown, also known as “cap,” is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Dental crowns are a healthy way to fill gaps in teeth and to restore your smile if you have missing or damaged teeth. A crown can also […]

4 Ways Seeing Your Dentist Saves You Money

Going to the Dentist Can Save You Money? Your dentist can help you save money, but first, you have to actually schedule – and keep – your appointments. The American Dental Association recommends visiting your dentist at least once every six months. Depending on the condition of your teeth & gums, existing health issues, habits, […]

4 Benefits of Root Canal Treatment

When Is A Root Canal Necessary? Despite the fear-inducing reputation, root canal treatment preserves the dead or infected tooth. Root canal therapy is recommended when there is a need to repair and preserve a severely damaged or infected tooth. Here at Advanced Dental Arts, we perform non-surgical root canals when there is a need to […]

The Smile Benefits of Coffee & Tea

Coffee & Tea Can Be Good for Your Teeth It’s common knowledge that drinking coffee or tea is one of the most popular ways to begin your morning, and you probably also know that regular coffee & tea consumption can lead to stained or yellowing teeth. But what are the dental health benefits of coffee […]

Iceland’s Soccer Coach Is A Dentist

A Dentist & A World Cup Soccer Coach In case you missed this past Sunday edition of the New York Times, Heimir Hallgrimsson, the head coach of the Iceland National Soccer team pulls teeth when he wants to relax. In addition to leading Iceland into this year’s World Cup, Heimir Hallgrimsson pulls double duty as a dentist. […]

May Is National Dental Care Month

  UPDATED: April 30, 2019   National Dental Care Month May 2018 marked the first annual National Dental Care Month, an entire national month of commemoration dedicated to taking care of your smile. National Dental Care Month will officially be observed annually each May. According to the good folks at National Day Calendar – who […]