South Grove Family Dentistry
South Grove Family Dentistry
Build-up in your mouth

Brushing your teeth is great for your oral hygiene but even if you’re a brushing champion, it only cleans about 70% of the surface area of the teeth, leaving a lot of build-up in your mouth. What about the remaining 30%? Here are 3 benefits of flossing that can keep your mouth healthy and clean….

Dentures or Dental Implants

Missing teeth is among the most common dental health concerns for people around the world. Besides distorting your appearance, the missing often proves detrimental to long term oral health and cause the surrounding healthier teeth to shift and become crooked too. Dentures or Dental implants? Which will solve the problem? It’s a hard decision to…

Prepared for a dental emergency

Are you prepared for a dental emergency? Your smile is one of the most valuable things you own– don’t risk it by being unprepared. The last thing you want is to have a colossal tooth ache in the middle of the night, with you thinking you have no choice but to suffer through it. You…

Oral surgery can seem like a stressful event, but it doesn’t have to be. We’re going to walk through what to expect during oral surgery, to hopefully eliminate any fear or myths that you may have. Ignorance can be bliss, but not in this case. Here are 5 things you should mentally and physically prepare…

Do you have swollen, irritated or painful gums? Do your gums bleed or become sore when you brush or floss your teeth? If yes, unfortunately you are suffering from gum sensitivity. Gum sensitivity and soreness is one of the most common, yet ignored dental health problems. Pain from gum sensitivity can range from just few…

More than 30 years ago, the British Dental Health Foundation started National Smile Month. While we may not be in the UK, that doesn’t mean now isn’t a great time to consider how you can best take care of your smile. If you want to know what you can do to achieve and maintain a…

Ask Your Brentwood Dentist: How to Reduce Your Oral Cancer Risk

April is Oral Cancer Awareness month. In recognition of the event, we want to share some helpful tips about how you can reduce your risk of developing a potentially devastating and deadly cancer. Quit Tobacco Smoking and chewing tobacco increase your risk of oral cancer dramatically. In fact, tobacco use accounts for about 60 percent…

If you received (or are receiving) a tax refund this year, it often feels like a surprise influx of cash. Many people are tempted to splurge, buying big ticket items they want but may not actually need. However, you can spend that money wisely by investing in necessary dental treatments. There are health and financial…

Nutrition plays a significant role in oral health. By eating right, you are taking care of your teeth, gums, and mouth as a whole. Plus, by eating at the proper times, you can have a positive impact on your oral health too. In recognition of National Nutrition Month, here is some information on how eating…

February is Children’s Dental Health Month, an event that aims to raise awareness about oral health and dental care for kids across the country. Often, when parents select a dentist for their child, they don’t always look for one that is kid-friendly. However, by doing so, you may actually receive benefits that you can’t get…

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