Caring For Teeth When You Don’t Feel Your Best

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.

An Exciting New Opportunity

Our patients are extremely important to us, and we strive to provide the very best in service. We have a wonderful relationship with many of you, as patients. One way we provide outstanding service is to continuously improve our techniques and knowledge about the dental services we provide. We are able to do this through continuing education opportunities. Dr. Brown has recently had the opportunity to receive unique training from an innovator in the field of aesthetic dentistry. Interested in learning more about this opportunity and how it can benefit your care? Continue reading to learn more.

Check Out Dr. Brown’s New Video!

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.

Pregnancy And Your Oral Health

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.

Check Out Dr. Brown’s Latest Video!

As you know, we truly care about your oral health as well as your overall health. We are diligent in checking your blood pressure, inspecting for issues such as oral cancer, checking your airways for signs of sleep apnea as well as other issues we want to be mindful of monitoring. We want our patients to live long and happy lives and make their health a priority. Dr. Brown is back with his next installment of Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth, where he discusses the importance of putting yourself and your health first and simple changes you can make. Click here to watch the video and read more about this topic.

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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.

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Become One Of Our VIPs!

Have you been avoiding routine dental care due to lack of insurance? Are you frustrated with the limitations that your dental insurance company imposes and have postponed a needed treatment due to lack of coverage? We have heard your frustrations, and we feel them too. This is one of the reasons we are so happy to share our VIP Savings Plan with our patients. Since we are still freshly into the new year, there is no better time to learn more about our in-house savings program and how it can benefit you and your family. Read on to learn more.

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Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth: Crowns – A Functional and Aesthetic Upgrade

Patients never like to hear that they are experiencing tooth decay and need a treatment intervention. However, that is the reality for a number of patients, and we want to offer treatments that will not only restore their oral health and the function of their teeth, but also improve their quality of life. In another installment of “Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth”, Dr. Brown shares more about the importance of dental crowns and how they can improve the function of your smile while also creating a beautiful aesthetic appearance. Click here to watch the short video, and continue reading to learn more about this important and popular treatment.

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Dr. Brown Uses The “F” Word – Fluoride That Is

We love when patients ask us questions about how to improve their family’s oral health. One question we are frequently asked is about fluoride. You’ve probably heard the term used many times in conjunction with a discussion about teeth and oral health, but do you know what fluoride is and why it is used? Fluoride is a mineral that is found in many water sources such as lakes, rivers, and surprisingly enough, the ocean. We know that many patients are concerned about the appropriate levels of fluoride and the best way to use it. This month, Dr. Brown focuses on all this and more in his vlog, “Dr. Brown Speaks the Tooth.” Click here to watch the video and learn more about ways to use fluoride to benefit your oral health.

Lifestyle choices and your oral health

Lifestyle Choices and Your Oral Health

At Brown & Gettings, DDS, we are passionate about not only your oral health, but your overall health as well. We want to stress to our patients how much your lifestyle and eating habits can truly impact your oral health. Your mouth is known as the gateway to the body, meaning that your mouth leads to the respiratory and digestive tracts. What you consume and your daily habits can lead to not only problems with your oral health, but can lead to long-term problems with your overall health as well. You can make certain lifestyle choices to ensure that you have a healthy body and a healthy mouth. These choices include: