Port St. Lucie FL Dentist Blog

Aug
27

What to Expect

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things about our daily lives. Your regular visits to the dentist have changed too! The American Dental Association has developed science-based guidance to dentists on extra steps they can take,…

Mar
16

Preventative Measures to Keep Our Patients Healthy

Dear Patients, Our gold standards of care have risen even higher during this time! Hourly handle sterilizing All guest temperature checks before entering All guest mouth sanitizing before entering Employees temperature checks before entering All employees wearing masks The health…

Mar
09

Dry Mouth and Oral Health

Occasionally everyone experiences a dry mouth, it can happen at any time especially if you are feeling nervous or dehydrated.  Persistently having a dry mouth is known as xerostomia and results from inadequate saliva flow.  Saliva is the mouth's first…

Feb
25

Vaping and Oral Health

The Vaping Misconception Vaping has become increasingly popular over the last decade.  It is often viewed as a healthy alternative to smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, but the truth is vaping can be just as damaging to your teeth, mouth, and…

Feb
10

Love Your Teeth With These Valentine’s Treats

Valentines Day is the time for love and romance. It's also  packed with red hearts, sweet notes, and yummy treats. Many popular Valentine's food are super sugary and not so great for our teeth. Show your teeth some love this Valentines…

Jan
15

Zygomatic Implants

𝐙𝐘𝐆𝐎𝐌𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐂 𝐈𝐌𝐏𝐋𝐀𝐍𝐓𝐒 If you have been told that you are not a candidate for dental implants due to bone loss there is another solution.  Zygomatic implants are beneficial to patients that have experienced severe bone loss.  In most cases we are able to give patients…

Jan
05

What Is A Night Guard?

  The temporomandibular joints, called TMJ, are the joints and jaw muscles that make it possible to open and close your mouth. Located on each side of the head, your TMJ work together when you chew, speak or swallow and…

Dec
30

What about flossing?

The American Dental Association recommends cleaning between your teeth daily with floss. Cleaning between your teeth may help prevent cavities and gum disease. Cleaning between your teeth helps remove a sticky film called plaque. Plaque that is not removed by brushing and…

Dec
16

6 Tips for Cavity-Free Holidays

Timing matters Timing matters. While everything is fine in moderation, it helps to eat sweets and other sugary foods with meals or shortly after mealtime. Saliva production increases during meals and helps to reduce the acids produced by bacteria in…

Dec
08

4 Ways to Keep Your Smile Bright This Holiday Season

Smile-Friendly Stocking Stuffers Your stocking forecast this year will almost certainly include a dusting of sugar.  Giving candy? Consider chocolate. It washes off your teeth more easily than stickier sweets like candy canes. And when you’re stuffing those stockings full…


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