When you go to your East Lake, East Lake, or Clearwater drugstore or supermarket looking for toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitener, or another oral care product, be sure that the product you choose carries the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance.
When it comes to oral health, adolescence is a pivotal time for Palm Harbor youth. On the upside, the last of the permanent teeth come in providing young men and women with their “adult smile.” Good habits can be forged and reinforced. Teeth can be straightened, providing increased confidence when it is often sorely needed.
Cavities can be filled, but it is better to prevent cavities in the first place. If your dentist seems to conjure up cavities at every visit, then it’s up to you to break the cycle. But we are here to help you. Let’s work together.
Today in the Palm Harbor dental blog we are going to talk about stomatitis. Stomatitis is dental-speak for something very common: non-specific irritations found in the mouth. Stomatitis is frequently caused by cold sores, gum disease, or even from biting the inside of the mouth (ouch!). Any time the membranes in the mouth become inflamed, they are referred to as stomatitis.
Hopefully you are one of many health-conscious Palm Harbor residents who is finding ways to get outside or to the gym and get moving. There has been an explosion in the variety of activities offered by personal trainers, all-purpose Palm Harbor gyms, specialty facilities, and Florida recreation departments in recent years.
Hello, we are Prestige Dentistry in Palm Harbor. Today, we are focusing on diet and oral health.
We’re sure you brush and floss regularly and hopefully visit your Palm Harbor dental practice for needed cleanings, but did you know that making small but critical changes to your diet can improve your oral health?
Dentists in Palm Harbor are concerned with your oral health and thus care about the condition of your mouth and all of your many teeth. At Prestige Dentistry we recognize that your teeth help you both eat and speak. You use your teeth to tear, scrape, and chew food, as well as to form words […]