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Is Dental Insurance Worth the Money?

October 8, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 4:13 pm
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Are you looking for ways to cut back on spending? Perhaps you have already canceled some unnecessary subscriptions and services. Should your dental insurance policy be the next thing to go? No! In fact, your policy is a valuable provision that can help you save a significant amount of money. How can you use it in a way that is good for your smile and your budget? This blog post explains.


Should You Buy Dental Insurance or a Dental Discount Plan?

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 3:37 pm
Smiling dental patient looking to her left

You understand that your oral health is important, and you want to keep a close eye on your budget. To both save money and make sure your smile gets the treatment it needs, you may be thinking about buying a dental insurance policy or a dental discount plan. Which one is better? This blog post explains some of the pros and cons of each option.


What Causes Dentures to Smell Bad? What Can You Do about It?

September 2, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 3:39 pm
Hand placing denture in glass of water

Everyone has bad breath from time to time. Occasional odors, such as when you eat a pungent meal, are usually nothing to worry about. But what if you are struggling with persistent bad breath? Could your prosthetic teeth be to blame? This blog post delves into what causes dentures to smell bad. It also provides information to help you enjoy a cleaner, fresher smile.


Can Invisalign Correct TMJ Disorder?

August 29, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 3:55 pm
Woman holding Invisalign, making thumbs up gesture

TMJ disorder, which is sometimes called TMJ dysfunction, TMD, or even just TMJ, is a complex condition. It occurs when the jaw joint is injured or stressed, and it can cause a range of symptoms, including painful chewing, headaches, and more. Are you struggling with TMD? If so, you may have questions about your treatment options.

There is no “one size fits all” solution for TMD. In some cases, though, it is possible to correct TMJ disorder with Invisalign. This blog post explains how clear aligners might be able to reduce your pain and support your jaw health.


Is It Okay to Drink Coffee with Invisalign?

August 5, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 4:51 pm
Couple on sofa, drinking coffee

Countless millions of people love to wake up every morning with a hot cup of coffee. Are you among them? If so, you might have questions about how orthodontic treatment might impact your daily routine. Is it okay to drink coffee with Invisalign? The good news is that you will not have to give up your java. However, you might need to make some minor adjustments to how you consume it. This blog post provides tips that will prepare you to enjoy your pick-me-up without endangering your treatment.


What Should You Do if Your Invisalign Aligner Does Not Fit?

July 8, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 6:11 pm
Woman taking clear aligner out of its storage case

Invisalign aligners are custom-made for each unique patient. They are designed to have a snug but comfortable fit on your teeth. But what should you do if your Invisalign aligner does not fit? This blog post touches on a few reasons why the problem may be occurring. It also provides practical suggestions to help you get your treatment back on track.


August 11 Is National Align Your Teeth Day!

July 7, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 6:04 pm
Woman sliding Invisalign aligner onto her teeth

According to one estimate, nearly 75% of the world’s population has some form of bite misalignment. Countless millions more may have other orthodontic issues that require treatment. Have you been thinking about getting your smile straightened? National Align Your Teeth Day is quickly approaching, making right now the ideal time to book your Invisalign consultation. What is National Align Your Teeth Day all about, and how can you support this important annual observance? This blog post explains.


Can Swimming in a Pool Damage Your Teeth?

June 5, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 4:03 pm
Smiling family having fun in pool

As the summer sun heats up, many families love to head to the neighborhood pool to take a refreshing dip in the cool water. Others go on vacation and enjoy splashing around in a hotel pool, and a few even build their own pool at home. Swimming is fun, and it is a great form of exercise! But have you thought about how it might be affecting your smile? Can swimming in a pool damage your teeth? If it can, what steps can you take to protect your oral health? Continue reading to discover important information.


5 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Smile During Summer Vacation

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 3:28 pm
Smiling woman standing on dock

Are you looking forward to getting away from it all this summer? Whether you plan to lounge on the beach, rough it at a campground, or explore different countries, you should take a moment to consider the wellness of your teeth and gums before you get started on your adventure. You can protect your mouth by using the following tips for maintaining a healthy smile during summer vacation.


Root Canals vs. Tooth Extractions: Comparing Your Options

May 26, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — alldentals @ 4:05 pm
Patient and dentist having a conversation

An infected tooth is a serious oral health issue that can cause extreme pain. If you are suffering from this problem, you should see your emergency dentist as soon as possible. After they perform a thorough examination, they might present you with a couple of different treatment options. Which one should you choose? This blog post provides a candid overview of root canals vs. tooth extractions.

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