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The Benefits of Dental Sealants

If you are like most people, you have had a cavity at some point in your life. However, do you know there is a way to protect your kids’ oral health and ward off cavities before they even begin?

Within just the past twenty years, family dentists have increasingly recommended dental sealants to parents who want to prevent their children from suffering the pain and cosmetic damage that so often accompanies tooth decay. Dental sealants are painless protective barriers that are usually places on the molars of children between six and twelve years old. These sealants have been proven to reduce cavities by 86-58% over the course of four years and can be placed on the teeth during just one office visit.

Find out more about whether dental sealants are right for your little ones by calling our Frederick family dentist office today at (301) 662-0222.


How to Adjust to Invisalign

Did you know that Invisalign’s dental aligners are so comfortable that you can wear them all day long? Not only are these clear aligners almost completely invisible to the naked eye, they can be worn during any activity, from working to working out. As your family dentist will tell you, your customized Invisalign even fits snugly under a mouthguard, so you can be sure to protect your teeth during recess, at the gym, or during a pick-up volleyball game!

Whether you are a professional athlete, spend most of your hours behind a desk, or are just starting middle school, Invisalign is perfectly suited to all lifestyles and activity levels. Pediatric dentists and family orthodontists regularly recommend Invisalign as one of the best investments you can make for your child or teen’s oral health. Unlike braces’ painful wires and hard to clean brackets, which can cause cavities, gum disease, and premature tooth decay, Invisalign’s invisible aligners pop out for easy cleaning. No more worrying about eating sticky foods, chewing gum, or even drinking dark coffee or red wine. With Invisalign, no foods or liquids get stuck behind tricky brackets, which makes any meal worry-free! Simply remove the Invisalign aligners before eating or snacking, and be sure to brush and floss as you normally would. Unlike braces, which can be time-consuming to clean, brushing your teeth with Invisalign is efficient and effective. And keeping your aligners in tip-top shape is just as easy. Ask your dentist about a cost-effective Invisalign cleaning kit, or just soak the aligners in clean, warm water.

Take a break from painful wires and hard to clean braces. Take a free smile assessment and find out if Invisalign is right for you today! Stop into our Frederick Family Dentist Office to speak to one of our dentists and orthodontists. We also offer a full range of services, including cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening, dental implants, wisdom tooth extractions, and even Botox. Stop in or call us today at (301) 662-0222.


Preventive Dental Care Tips

If you are like most people, you know that regular trips to the dentist are important for both cosmetic reasons and to maintain the best oral health. But did you know that failing to properly care for your teeth can actually cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in dental bills? Fortunately, taking just a few simple precautions can ensure that your teeth and gums stay happy and healthy for years to come. Check out these three tips to see how preventive dental care can save you and your family money at the dentist.

1. Make Healthy Choices

Smoking and drinking are bad enough for your general health, but they can also cause nasty side effects for your teeth. Avoid these bad habits to prevent dry mouth, plaque build-up, gum disease, and even tooth loss. You should also be sure to eat a well-balanced diet low in sugar to lower your risk for periodontal, or gum, disease and cavities.

2. Practice Good Habits

Maintaining your oral health is often as easy as remembering to brush and floss regularly. Floss at least twice a day to prevent plaque from building up on your teeth and gumline, which could cause cavities. You can also ask your family dentist about at-home fluoride treatments. Finally, be sure to wear a mouth guard whenever taking part in any kind of athletic activity. Your dentist may also recommend a mouth guard if you grind your teeth at night.

3. Visit a Professional

Finally, schedule a visit with your dentist at least twice a year to prevent orthodontic or other health problems. Your dentist can take X-rays to screen for cavities or other problems that may be invisible to the naked eye, and can also walk you through your options for Invisalign or braces. As most people know, a bad bite can make even eating and speaking a challenge, and crooked teeth can also be a struggle to keep clean.

Keep your smile white and bright by visiting your Frederick dentist and orthodontist today. Our team of dentists provides care for your entire family. Whether you need a quick teeth cleaning or are struggling with a more serious condition like TMJ or sleep apnea, we can help you find the best and most affordable solution for your oral health. Call (301) 662-0222 for more information today.


Why Brushing and Flossing are Important

As your dentist has probably told you, brushing and flossing are essential for your oral health and cosmetic appearance. By brushing twice and flossing once daily, you can prevent plaque from building up on your teeth and gums and reduce your risk for teeth and gum disease. Make sure to use a soft-bristled brush, and replace your toothbrush when the bristles begin to appear worn. You should also use a dentist-recommended fluoride toothpaste whenever brushing. Dental floss can easily get between the hard-to-reach areas between your teeth, making it one of the most effective ways to remove plaque.

To maintain the best oral health, visit your dentist for check-ups twice annually. You can also keep your smile white and bright by eating nutritious and well-balanced meals. Find out more about how to provide the best dental care for your whole family by calling us to day at (301) 662-0222.


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