Your pearly whites rarely get a rest. They help you eat your food. They hold the straw that brings the liquids up into your mouth, and then down your throat. They move up and down as you talk.
With the start of 2014, we are sure you have set some goals and aspirations for yourself. Many people vow to lose weight or save money. At the Louisiana Center for Restorative Dentistry, we believe a great resolution is improving your dental health.
As a fun team-building experience, the two offices of Dr. Nelson Daly, Dr. Ann Uzee and Dr. Sally Daly took a four day trip to the Sandals Royal Bahamian on the island of Nassau, Bahamas this past August.
From the Louisiana Center for Restorative Dentistry! Here are a couple of tips that you can use to improve your oral hygiene and overall beauty of your smile. The American Dental Association, or ADA, also recommends the following for ideal oral hygiene:
Not so long, gray braces that others could see every single time you opened your mouth were the only way for dentists to straighten your teeth. Today, modern advancements in dentistry utilize the wildly popular Invisalign treatment to correct your teeth without anyone ever even knowing that you are undergoing restorative care. Although braces are still an option, find out why many of our Baton Rouge dentistry services clients opt for this progressive treatment over the now outdated braces and rubber band straightening approach.
Your teeth tell a visual story of how you well - or not - you take care of yourself. You have the opportunity to purchase over-the-counter whitening products, and try the DIY teeth whitening experiment in the privacy of your own bathroom.
The amount of do-it-yourself teeth whitening products on the market is proof that modern society expects nothing less than pearly white perfection from you and every one else on the planet.
According to Early Discovery - OralID, "When found at an early stage of development (Stage I and II), oral cancers have an 80 to 90 percent survival rate. The problem is that the majority of oral cancers are found in late stages (Stage II and IV), resulting in a mortality rate of 43 percent at a five-year diagnosis (for all stages combined)."
On September 12, 2013, we participated in Freedom Day USA. Businesses across the United States partake in this event each year by providing free goods and services