Category: Family Dentistry

Scheduling Your End-Of-Year Checkup

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Staying on top of your oral health often involves more effort than some individuals are willing to put into it. After all, your only natural line of defense against the barrage of oral bacteria that threaten your health is your enamel, and even this substance is not indestructible. As such, it is best to practice… Read more »

Revisiting Your Preventive Routine

Your smile is one of your greatest assets, and oftentimes, it is the first physical attribute a person may notice about you. As such, we place a heavy emphasis on the presentation of our grins. Bear in mind, however, that your oral health should not take a seat on the backburner, and without a healthy… Read more »

Getting Your Child Excited About Care

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Taking care of your smile is a lifelong practice, and the sooner you start, the better your overall level of protection will be. You see, countless sources can cause significant complications, including tooth decay, gum infection, tooth loss, and more. In order to best avoid these phenomena from taking effect, your dentist recommends an effective… Read more »

Things To Remember This Halloween Season

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Your smile is constantly fending off the threats of a variety of concerns. Indeed, these include oral bacteria, tooth decay, gum infection, and so many more. As a matter of fact, there are more things that can harm your grin than can protect it, and as such, you must be on top of your oral… Read more »

Excellent Practices For Little Grins

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While preventive dentistry is important for maintaining a healthy smile, restorative treatment serves as an excellent backup in case life decides on a different course. Indeed, restorations make it possible to mitigate damage and reverse certain situations, inevitably extending the lifespan of your grin. Still, however, it is important to note just how important dental… Read more »

How Checkups Play A Part In Prevention

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Your smile’s health is affected by a variety of factors. From surface-level stains to dangerous infection and everything else in-between, there is virtually nothing that doesn’t impact your grin in a negative manner. Because of this, your dentist recommends you practice a well-rounded preventive dental routine, but what exactly does that mean for you? In… Read more »

Avoiding Foods That Harm Your Smile

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In order to ensure your smile is healthy for life, you need to take care to brush and floss routinely, attend six-month dental checkups and cleanings, and pay mind to what you eat. While dental decay is arguably the most common concern out there, it is not the only one by far, and many items… Read more »

Taking Care of Younger Smiles


Advances in dental technology make saving infected teeth much more straightforward and successful. Indeed, with what seems like a billion complications threatening the integrity of our teeth at any given time, restorative procedures such as root canals, composite fillings, and more make maintaining a lifelong smile more likely. Still, there is nothing more effective than… Read more »

Using Digital Technology To Diagnose Your Oral Health

To help you enjoy a healthy and bright smile in 2021, we want to offer a thorough checkup and cleaning. To ensure we diagnose any oral health issues with accuracy and precision, we employ advanced technology, including cone beam technology! In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist talks about diagnosing your oral health with… Read more »

Ensuring the Health of Younger Smiles

As 2020 is coming to a close and the new year is upon us, it is important to keep your family’s dental health in mind with a final checkup or cleaning to finish out this year strong. IN fact, staying on top of your little one’s tooth development is crucial, as children need just as… Read more »