Looking For Ways To Be Healthier?

With the end of the year fast approaching, we know that a lot of our patients are starting to think about their health and longevity, including when it comes to their oral health. Because we are a dental office, patients often ask us for recommendations on the best dental products. We know that other medical professionals are also asked the same questions about diet and exercise. Dr. Brown is back to discuss this topic in the next installment of his vlog, “Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth.” Click here to watch the video and learn more about dental and overall health.

woman grinding her teeth

Are Your Teeth Feeling The Pressure? How Ro Help Patients Who Clench And Grind Teeth

At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we not only care about our patients’ oral health, but their overall health as well. When you visit our office for a routine hygiene examination, we do more than just clean your teeth and inspect for decay, we look for signs of weakness in your teeth and mouth that can lead to serious complications in the future. One red flag that indicates a problem is worn teeth. Worn teeth can be a sign that you are clenching and grinding your teeth, a condition known as bruxism.

Gum Disease is Riskier than You May Think

Over the past year we have had a major focus on our overall health. We have had to adjust the way that we go about our daily lives from work to school and seeing friends and family. Now more than ever we want to stress our philosophy that your overall health and your dental health need to work together to help fight off COVID-19 and other ailments. Medical professionals have warned that patients who suffer from obesity, heart disease, and diabetes have a higher risk of suffering serious consequences when contracting the virus. Dr. Brown shared a video with recent findings of the link between COVID-19 and your dental health. Click here to watch the video and learn about why your dental health can be the difference between life and death.