You’ve taken a big step and decided to replace those missing teeth with dental implants. But now you are a bit nervous about how to care for them. Don’t worry; dental implants are as easy to care for as your natural teeth. But, there are a few things to keep in mind during the first few weeks after surgery.
Do you need to replace missing teeth but don’t like the idea of something removable? There’s a more permanent solution. Dental implants are a way to restore your smile in a more natural way.
Now that summer vacation is here, kids are out of their routines in many areas. Unfortunately, taking care of their teeth and general oral health can take a back seat to all the other fun things going on over the summer.
Backyard barbecues are a beloved tradition of summer. We wait out months of cold weather for the chance to cook outside and enjoy the company of friends and family. Unfortunately, many of the foods and drinks associated with cookout season aren’t exactly healthy for the teeth.
While the thought of getting braces for your child this summer might not have crossed your mind, the season is the ideal time to do so. You have greater flexibility with appointments and your son or daughter won’t need to miss any important instruction time at school
Did you know that your dentist at Great Lakes Dental is in a unique position to help detect and treat oral cancer?
When you have discolored or stained teeth, your dentist can use professional teeth whitening techniques to improve your smile. While there are many types of tooth whitening, there are similar things to avoid whether it be over the counter or prescription strength
A healthy smile is something people of all ages strive for; however, aging often comes with an increasing amount of dental concerns. Caring for teeth and gums is often neglected in elderly adults for various reasons, such as the cost and the pain involved in certain treatments.
Brushing helps remove food particles from your teeth, but they can still get in between them. Flossing gets rid of the particles that end up between your teeth, which helps lower your risk of gum disease and tooth decay
Having sharp pains in your teeth when you breathe in cold air might have you thinking that you have a cavity or other dental problem. However, your sinuses might be the reason for this pain.
Want to kill two resolution birds with one stone? Stop smoking or using other smokeless tobacco products for better oral health
The holiday season is filled with a wide range of sweet treats. It's best to avoid them in order to keep your teeth healthy.
When you visit your dentist every six months for your cleaning and exam, your hygienist undoubtedly reminds you to floss regularly to maintain good oral health...
Acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal acid reflux disease (GERD) is a condition that can cause damage to your esophagus.
Braces can solve a multitude of tooth and jaw problems for both kids and adults. For children, however, timing is an issue because their bodies are still growing.
The dental professionals at Great Lakes Dental understand that helping you look your best is not just a matter of creating an attractive smile...
October has been designated National Dental Hygiene Month to educate the public on the importance of dental hygiene to their oral health and their general health...
Children can collect enough candy during Halloween to last them for a whole year. While this probably sounds great to a child, you may be concerned as a parent, that eating so much candy may harm your child's — and yours —oral health...