You’ve probably flipped open an issue of People magazine and seen a perfect, brilliant smile staring back at you.
Flashy metal grins fill the pages of most high school yearbooks, a rite of passage for many teenagers. Not long ago, misaligned teeth left you with two options: live with them or wire up.
Imagine this classic American scene: a well-kept house with a white picket fence. The fence sits perfectly straight and brilliantly painted, not a board out of place.
As the days of another year accelerate forward, we’re all aware that time isn’t slowing down. The demands of modern life push and pull on us from every angle.
In fact, studies show that 3 out of 4 people feel anxiety prior to a visit to the dentist. But it may be more than that for you.
Sometimes we know what we need to do…but it’s just plain hard. The roadblocks to positive action could be shortages of time, money, or motivation.
Fear. Ingrained in our DNA there’s a protective mechanism that helps us avoid danger. It’s essential to the survival of the human race.
Most insurance plans expire December 31, 2015, and our schedule is already filling up! While dental “insurance” features different limitations and benefits depending on the plan, they nearly all share one feature: Unused benefits expire at the end of the year.
Often we think bad breath, clinically referred to as halitosis, as something that only afflicts adults who never brush their teeth or consume copious amounts of coffee and cigarettes.
We’re fortunate to live in the age of modern healthcare, full of advancements and new options.