At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we often share videos and information about restoring and improving your oral health. In addition to dental treatments, the best way to ensure that you have excellent oral health is to visit our office for routine hygiene examinations and cleanings. Since we are still at the beginning of the year, now is a perfect time to think about when your last dental cleaning appointment was. If it has been longer than six months, then you are definitely due.
We hope that you have had a wonderful start to 2024. Now that we are fully into the start of the new year, we would love for our patients to evaluate the state of their oral health. Are there improvements that you would love to see with the function and appearance of your teeth and smile?
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we often discuss the link between your oral and overall health. We want to bring awareness to the fact that many medications, prescribed and over the counter alike, can have lasting effects on your teeth and mouth that can impact your oral health in the future. Below are the most common side effects as well as some tips to help your oral health:
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we often talk about the importance of caring about your oral health as well as your overall health. There is a serious condition that, if not diagnosed and treated, can lead to serious and significant complications with your overall health. This condition is sleep apnea, a sleep disorder in which the soft tissues in the back of the throat relax during sleep, obstructing the airway and limiting proper oxygen flow.
We cannot believe that the holiday season is upon us and that December has arrived. Have you completed all your shopping for your friends and family? If you haven’t, we have the perfect gift idea for the special person in your life — teeth whitening. This popular treatment is fast and simple, yet it can make a revolutionary change to your smile. It is perfect for yourself and your loved ones. Read on to learn more about this treatment.
Adults are not the only people who are self-conscious of the appearance of their teeth. Children can also be extremely aware of the aesthetics of their teeth and smile. If you have a child who appears to be hiding their teeth or smiling with a closed mouth, we can help. We never want our patients of any age to be uneasy about the state or appearance of their teeth. With the help of cosmetic treatments and advances in modern dentistry, dentists can restore the natural beauty and function of teeth with imperfections.
With the arrival of September and summer coming to a close, we know that many of our patients are getting back into their fall routines, whatever that means for their families. Some of our patients are heading back to school or college, others are starting fall sports, and others are going back to a regular work schedule. No matter what is going on in your life, it is important to be mindful of your oral health. Unfortunately, a dental emergency can happen at any time.
When a patient visits our office and is eager to improve their smile or update a treatment, such as a dental crown, we quickly put a new plan into action. We know that we have some patients who may need to restore their oral health. Dr. Brown is back with another video where he shares a success story from a patient who needed to replace some dental crowns. Click here to watch the video and learn more about the importance of being proactive with your oral health and how we can help your teeth and smile.
Do you or a loved one struggle to get a good night’s sleep and are unsure what the problem could be? Problems with sleep can be extremely frustrating. Quality sleep is necessary to function properly each day. A lack of good sleep can lead to problems with mood and work performance and can affect your overall health as well. One common sleep issue that many individuals experience is sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is an extremely serious sleep disorder in which a patient frequently stops breathing throughout the night.
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we care about the state of your oral health. We recommend that patients visit our office for routine hygiene examination appointments, where we not only thoroughly clean their teeth but also look for problem areas in their mouths. Because we see patients so infrequently during the year, it is important that they are mindful of any problems or changes to their oral health.