Having a child means having to teach them many things—some more exciting than others. From how to tie their shoes to how to use the potty, every day seems to bring a new adventure! Another important thing that you’ll need to educate your child on is how to set a proper oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post for details!
Categories for Oral Health
Are you feeling nervous about your upcoming oral surgery? We understand that oral surgeries can feel stressful and intimidating. We want to help you feel as prepared as possible. Check out our blog post for some tips for preparing for your oral surgery!
Are you experiencing chronic tooth pain? Has your tooth become dull and discolored? These are both common signs of dental damage. Read our blog post for a look at the signs a tooth, or teeth, may benefit from restorative dentistry.
When you picture a person who needs or who wears dentures what do you see? Many people would have the image of an elderly person in their mind. Read our blog post to find out who else might benefit from dentures.
While the appearance of your teeth relies on proper brushing and flossing, functionality and optimal oral health also should be kept in consideration. Read our blog post to learn why visiting the dentist for routine cleanings and exams is so important.
Getting braces is a milestone for most people, but even though orthodontic treatment is quite popular, you may have some questions about whether or not it’s right for you or your child. Read our blog post for a look at eight frequently asked questions our team at Altitude Family Dental receives about orthodontic treatment.
Have you looked in the mirror and noticed that your gums seem to be shrinking? Your gums may be receding. There are many factors that may be causing your gum recession. Check out our blog post for what you need to know about gum recession, contributing factors, and how to combat it!
We work with our patients to make sure wisdom teeth removal is straightforward and comfortable from start to finish, and that it’s done before lasting damage can be caused to the smile. Check out our blog post where we go over what you need to know about care after wisdom teeth removal.
So you chipped a tooth. Don’t panic. It’s not the end of the world, and it may not be the end of your tooth! Read our blog post where we let you know how to treat a chipped tooth.
Childhood is full of important milestones. As dental professionals, there’s one milestone in particular that we have to urge you to keep in mind: your child’s first dental appointment. Read our blog post for a look at when that should happen and what to expect.