Aesthetic Dental Arts Blog

5 Oral Health Tips for When You Get Sick

January 16, 2024

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Coughing, sniffling, sneezing, and sore throats are all regular occurrences in the winter, especially if you have children who are in school! During the winter months, when cold and flu season are in full swing, maintaining good dental hygiene habits and curbing the threat of cavities can be difficult. Read on for five oral health tips to keep your smile on the right track if you’re sick with a cold, the flu, or Covid.


What You Should Know If You Haven’t Seen a Dentist in a While

November 9, 2023

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Close up of dental instruments next to woman’s teethYour oral health and general wellness are connected. As researchers continue to discover the relationship between dental health and overall well-being, it’s apparent that healthy teeth and gums are more important than ever before. Although brushing and flossing can lessen your risk of cavities and gum disease, they aren’t enough. The American Dental Association recommends a cleaning and checkup every 6 months. However, 35% of adults don’t see a dentist regularly. If you haven’t been to a dentist in a while, it’s never too late to commit to a healthy smile. Here’s what you can expect during your next preventive appointment.


I’d Like Dental Implants, but How Safe Are They?

September 13, 2023

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Dental implants are considered the golden standard of tooth restoration because they have proven themselves to be incredibly safe and undeniably effective for more than three decades. They can be placed with little or no downtime afterward and the risk of complications is extremely low. Better yet, they can serve patients well for decades under optimal circumstances. If you’re considering getting dental implants, here’s some information from your dentist about why you should feel perfectly safe during and after the procedure.