The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children visit the dentist by their first birthday or within six months after his or her first tooth erupts. These early visits are critical for making sure your child’s smile is healthy and their oral development is on the right track. Additionally, starting dental visits at
Are you suffering from bad breath? Chronic bad breath, or halitosis, is a common problem that can have a negative impact on your personal and professional life. Fortunately, most cases of bad breath can be resolved with proper oral hygiene habits and simple lifestyle changes. The first step to combating your bad breath is to
The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice a day – once in the morning and before bed. While this has been common practice for most in the past, COVID-19 has brought a plethora of “rule breaking” and routine disrupting change during quarantine. With working from home and homeschooling kids, life got a little
A healthy, attractive smile can be one of the most important physical aspect of our lives. Teeth play a pivotal role when chewing a digesting food, they help us speak and annunciate words, give our face proper shape, and help project happiness. The day to day benefits of a healthy smile give us greater confidence
When it comes to taking care of your smile, there are plenty of myths and misconceptions about dental professionals and the procedures performed. Many patients experience fear or anxiety in the days leading up to and the day of their dental appointment. Additionally, much like reading the cliff notes of a book, there are some
Sleep apnea falls among the serious sleeping orders. This is a state, when a person in his sleep, experiences repeated pauses in breathing. If someone has a constant habit of snoring loudly or for people who wake up tired even after sleeping for a desired number of hours; they might be affected by sleep apnea.
If you’re experiencing dental fear or haven’t been to a dentist in a look time due to fear, you’re not alone! Many people suffer from dental fear and anxiety. In this blog post, we wanted to put your mind at ease and review different ways to overcome that fear as it’s important to keep up
At Cedar Creek Family Dental, our goal is to enhance your family’s dental health in a supportive environment. That’s why we’ve put together this information on wisdom teeth, and signs that you may need yours removed. If you feel like you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, please do not hesitate to contact us today!
Curious what injuries warrant a visit to an emergency dentist? Below are 5 common dental related injuries that require immediate care in order for them to heal properly. Tooth fracture That small tooth in your mouth is also a bone, and any bone can be fractured. Common mouth injuries are always related to your teeth.