Maybe it’s been quite some time since you went to the dentist’s office for a regular cleaning and exam. Maybe you go regularly but you’re curious about what’s actually going on when they’re cleaning and checking your teeth. Read our blog post to learn what goes on during these routine preventive services.
Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, can rapidly destroy your teeth if you grind frequently. Even if you grind your teeth from time to time due to stress, it’s a great idea to invest in a nightguard for bruxism. Read our blog post for all the details!
Just like your general health, it’s important to monitor your oral health, too. There are some signs that you can look out for in order to catch problems while they’re still small. Read our blog post to learn more about early signs of dental trouble!
It may not seem like visiting the dentist is a big deal, but it is! Taking care of your smile can have a huge impact on your smile’s appearance, your gum health, and your overall health and well-being! Read our blog post to learn more about why dental care is so crucial.
It’s certainly true that young kids will eventually lose their first set of teeth, but that doesn’t make children’s dental care any less important. A lifelong commitment to dental care will give your child a chance at a lifetime of oral health. Read our blog post to learn more about when and why your kid should be seeing a dentist.
Designed to relieve the pain of a severely decayed or infected tooth, root canal therapy has a bit of a bad reputation. In fact, with modern dental technology, the root canal therapy procedure is minimally painful and will have you feeling better after just a quick recovery. Check out our blog post for 5 signs you need root canal therapy.
The health of your teeth and gums may not seem as vital as that of, say, your heart or your brain. But the fact is, oral health is directly linked to great overall health. If your mouth’s not healthy, that has the potential to affect other parts of your body. Read our blog post where we look at the potential link between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
While dental emergencies are not always common, at Reen Chung, DDS, we want you to be prepared for a any dental emergency that may occur. Read our blog for three useful tips to ensure you are prepared for any oral health situation.
If you’re unsure whether to use an electric or a regular toothbrush, read our dental blog to decide which is better for your dental needs. We talk about the pros and cons of both toothbrushes. Contact our friendly office with additional questions about your oral hygiene or to schedule your next checkup!