Over time, our dental hygiene habits and even the foods and drinks we consume could increase the risk of discoloration forming on the surfaces of our teeth. Since we’re not able to offer cosmetic care at the moment, you need to take steps to protect your smile’s appearance from home. In today’s blog, your Overland… Read more »
Month: April 2020
A number of factors could cause us to develop bruxism, a disorder in which we grind and clench our teeth frequently at night. One of these is stress, and given everything happening in the world right now, elevated stress levels are very common. When should you talk to your Overland Park, KS, dentist about teeth… Read more »
At the moment, your Overland Park, KS, dentist is only offering emergency care on a case-by-case basis to protect the smiles of patients in our community. Since we’re all spending more time indoors, and unable to attend preventive visits for checkups and cleanings, taking steps to care for smiles from home is vital, and that… Read more »
As part of our approach to emergency treatments, we’re also addressing teeth with severe cavities or infections, as these issues could lead to tooth loss and other serious complications. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist explains how we save these teeth with root canal therapy, and what you can do to lower your… Read more »
Our office is currently limiting treatment to emergency cases to help protect our community from the continuing spread of COVID-19. But when should you see your Overland Park, KS, dentist for a dental emergency? How do you respond to issues like chipped or cracked teeth and what treatment options will we provide?