Whether you’re 8 or 38, you probably celebrated Halloween on Wednesday. While we love dressing up and sugary sweets as much as anyone, we also know the risk candy poses for our oral health. In today’s blog, were talking about the steps our Albuquerque, NM, patients can take to reduce their risk of post-Halloween cavities!
With November comes a number of festivities and events in the Albuquerque, NM, region. From parades to film festivals, there is plenty for you and your family to see and do. In addition, remember that our cosmetic treatments can help you attend these events with a brighter smile!
Our teeth are coated in tooth enamel, the strongest material in the human body. However, we’re still vulnerable to damage, such as chips and fractures or even tooth decay. In order to protect smiles in Albuquerque, NM, from complications, we may suggest a dental restoration.
Do your teeth have yellow or brown stains? Over time, several different factors can cause our smiles to become dull and discolored. In order to brighten smiles in Albuquerque, NM, our office offers cosmetic dentistry. Let’s talk about our professional teeth whitening and lifelike restoration options.
October is National Dental Hygiene Month. It is a celebration of dental hygienists and the work that they do to promote good oral and overall health. We all know that our hygienist here at Snow Park Dental, Kristin is one of the best hygienists around! She is truly dedicated to the health of her patients. This year, the awareness is focusing on four routines that can help people maintain healthy smiles: Brush, Floss, Rinse, and Chew.
What do you know about wisdom teeth? Also known as third molars, these additional molars often have negative impacts on our oral health. For some, we may suggest removal using dental extraction. How do we help Albuquerque, NM, patients address their wisdom teeth?
According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among American women, second only to skin cancer. A huge percentage of women in the United States will develop breast cancer in their lifetime! The good news is that occurrence of breast cancer is declining, and there are more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors alive today.