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.
Do you have older dental work that is starting to show wear from years of use? If so, we encourage you to contact us to learn more about how we can improve and update your teeth before you experience a dental emergency. 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 being proactive with replacing aging dental work.
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, our goal is to help our patients find a solution to any oral health predicament. We recently had a new patient visit our office who was experiencing decay and was told that the only solution was to replace all the teeth with dentures or to patch them up as a temporary solution. After an evaluation, Dr. Brown concluded there was another option to give the patient amazing results. He explains this story in his latest installment of Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth. Click here to watch the video.
February is Children’s Dental Health Month – a month dedicated to the awareness and promotion of healthy hygiene habits in children. At Brown and Gettings, DDS, we routinely promote the importance of oral and overall health, so it is important to us that children follow those same guidelines.
This month, we’re doing something different. We’re going to challenge you to become a better version of yourself. Why are we doing this? Often, patients come to us talking about their health and their age, and frankly, we are heartbroken when we hear an all too common phrase. Click on the video link below to find out what it is!
In dentistry, we often talk about the proper balance between proactive and reactive when it comes to caring for patients. We certainly don’t want to treat something that doesn’t need to be treated; however, thanks to modern dentistry, we can get ahead of problems before they become bigger concerns.
How does a dentist take care of their teeth at home? People often ask me what I do at home to take care of my teeth? What is my routine? Well, lets take a moment to break it down. I brush my teeth twice daily with an electric toothbrush. It must have a two minute…
Free Virtual Consults Have you been thinking of having a dental treatment done, but are uncertain of what to do now? We have made it easy for you to take the first step by meeting with us virtually. Yes, virtually! We are offering free virtual consults with existing and new patients as a service to…
Roses are red, violets are blue, have we told you how much we care about you? Each time you visit us, we are working to make sure that your dental health is in excellent condition. One of the ways we do this occurs during your regular check-up and exam. Do you know what part of your exam can be an actual life saver? Click here to find out more about this important screening.
Trendy Diets May Negatively Affect Oral Health Over the years we have heard about all of the different types of crash diets to help lose weight. There has been the Atkin’s diet, a juice cleanse, and now the Paleo diet. I am not here to tell you what diet you should or should not try.…