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.
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.
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we often speak about your oral and your overall health. We are committed to assisting our patients in restoring and maintaining their oral health over the course of their lives. Unfortunately, there are certain habits that can negatively affect their teeth and lead to serious complications with their oral health. We want to take a few moments to share what habits may be affecting your oral health so you can make the necessary changes as soon as possible:
Welcome to 2023! It’s hard to believe that the holiday season has passed by and we have started a new year. We know that many of our patients love the start of a new year because it feels like a fresh start. This is one of the reasons we encourage our patients to evaluate the state of their oral health at the beginning of the year. If it has been some time since you or a loved one has visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning, we suggest scheduling an appointment soon! Delaying regular dental care can lead to serious oral health complications in your future. Read on to learn more.
At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we are continuously speaking about the importance of not only your oral health, but your overall health as well. Even when you do all the right things for your body, such as eat a healthy, well balanced diet, exercise regularly, and receive routine oral and medical care, sometimes unhealthy germs make their way into your system and you can become ill. If we have learned anything over the last few years, it is to read the signs of our body and rest when necessary.
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.
At Brown and Gettings, DDS, we often discuss the importance of your oral and overall health. There is one issue that can be negatively impacting both — stress. Whether it is caused by your career or life circumstances, stress can lead to serious health issues, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Patients are often surprised to learn that your stress level can also be causing problems with your oral 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.
Are you or a loved one pregnant, planning a family soon, or a new mom? At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we care about the state of your oral health during each important stage in your life and would hate for a dental issue to dampen the excitement you should be feeling during this special time. Many of our patients are surprised to learn that pregnancy not only changes the state and appearance of your body, but can have some lasting effects on your dental health as well. We want to share how your dental health can be affected during pregnancy plus offer some helpful tips to keep your teeth in excellent shape. Even if you aren’t expecting, this would be great to forward to someone you know who might be experiencing this exciting time.
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.