June is Men’s Health Month and much of your oral health and overall health are related. Here are just a few of oral health issues that shouldn’t be ignored:
Home care plays a major role in your dental health. One of the goals at Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine is to educate our patients so they can get the most out of it.
Are you considering a dental implant for your dental treatment? Dental implants allow function and great aesthetic results. Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine has the knowledge and skills needed for the results you are looking for in dental implants.
Oral cancer also known as oropharyngeal cancer affects lives everywhere every day. April is oral cancer awareness month. One of our goals at Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine is to educate our patients about all things dental related.
Should you be using a mouthwash? There are times when our skilled hygienist or dentist will recommend using a mouthwash in conjunction with brushing and flossing. Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine wants our patients to remember rinsing with a mouthwash will not take the place of brushing or flossing.
Finding the right toothbrush can be overwhelming as you browse through the hundreds of selections at your local grocery or pharmacy store. The aisles are filled and you can’t remember exactly which one your dentist recommended. Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine has a few suggestions to help you find the toothbrush best suited for you.
Aging is a natural process that can influence your oral health. If we understand the possible effects, we are able to combat many issues before they arise.
March is that time of year where challenges seem to surround us. Challenges are great motivators and most of the time can be used for a better life change. Do you need to be challenged for a healthier smile? Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine wants you to take a challenge for a healthier smile.
Let’s be honest everyone want’s a beautiful healthy smile. While you may have been told you have nice teeth, to maintain a healthy smile routine dental practices and care must be a priority.
We get it you are busy. Did you know that flossing once a day will only take about a minute of your time?
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