When is the Best Time of Year to See My Dentist?

Regular visits to your dentist should be an integral part of your overall healthcare. Health experts recommend a visit to your dentist at least twice each year, but you may have additional medical or dental issues that require more frequent visits. Finding the best time to go to the dentist can be tricky, but there… Read more »

Upcoming Christmas Activities in Denver

For individuals living the Denver, CO, area, Christmas is full of special events and experiences. Residents enjoy living in a part of the country where enjoying the outdoors is a part of everyday life. Even in winter, organizations and groups conduct several indoor and outdoor activities. During Christmas, Denver comes alive with a variety of… Read more »

How to Host Your First Thanksgiving Dinner (Without Losing Your Mind)

The holidays can undoubtedly be a stressful and challenging time and for most individuals. The idea of having to host their first Thanksgiving in their own home or apartment is a reason for anyone to go insane. From cooking a meal (sometimes in less-than-quality space), to decorations and entertaining, the idea of hosting a Thanksgiving… Read more »

Will Drinking Alcohol Affect My Dental Implants?

If you are planning on getting dental implants or if you have recently had dental implant surgery, you should be aware of the risks posed by alcohol. Alcohol can affect the body in a number of different ways, both systemically and locally, which may pose particular challenges to those who have recently had dental work performed…. Read more »

Do I Need Sedation Dentistry?

Going to the dentist can cause anxiety, and sedation dentistry might offer a solution. Sedation dentistry refers to the use of medication to help patients stay calm while receiving dental care. But before you choose sedation dentistry, it’s important to understand how sedation works and what kinds of risks and benefits come with it. Levels of… Read more »

The ADA Has Updated Guidelines on Prophlyactic Antibiotics

Dental care recommendations often change as new research becomes available. One of the most recent changes is in the American Dental Association’s guidelines around prophylactic antibiotics, a premedication designed to prevent infection. At one time, clinical practice guidelines always recommended antibiotics for patients who had certain medical conditions. But the ADA has issued new guidelines for… Read more »

Make Sure You Properly Care for Your Dentures

Everyone, regardless of whether they have baby teeth, adult teeth or dentures, should see a dentist regularly. Over time, your mouth, teeth and even your dentures change, requiring professional oral care. If you currently wear dentures, here’s why you still need to go to a dentist periodically. Dentures and Mouths Change Over Time   Dentures are… Read more »