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How to Keep Sleep Apnea from Hindering Your Halloween Fun 

October 10, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — willowgrovedentist @ 5:15 pm
a woman asleep in her bed

If you have sleep apnea, you may be concerned that it will keep you from enjoying time with family and friends on Halloween. Late-night parties can often extend beyond your bedtime, leaving you feeling fatigued the next day. Instead of planning to feel like a zombie the day after the festivities, learn how you can manage your condition without sacrificing holiday fun.


3 Tips to Help You Maintain Your Dentures

September 6, 2023

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Dentures lying on a table

There’s a lot of learning that comes with wearing your dentures. Whether it comes to talking, eating, or even smiling with confidence, you’re likely to have to develop many new skills for your prosthetic to feel perfectly natural.

However, maybe the most useful skill to develop is being able to care for your dental implants effectively. Denture care isn’t all that difficult, but there’s no doubt that it’s exceedingly important. With that in mind, here are a few tips that can help you maintain your prosthetic effectively.


Is Brushing Dentures in Your Mouth Effective? The Answer May Surprise You

August 11, 2023

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Dentures being brushed

Maintaining your dentures is crucial for a comfortable and healthy smile. If you constantly find yourself strapped for time or energy, you might be tempted to cut corners on your oral hygiene by brushing your dentures while they’re still in your mouth. This might seem like the more convenient approach, but is it effective or even recommended?

The answer to this question, along with practical tips for complete denture cleanliness, is provided below.


5 Signs You Should Replace Your Dentures

July 6, 2023

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dentist holding model of dentures

Do you wear partial, full, or implant dentures to fill in your gapped grin? Recognizing the right moment to replace dentures is essential for oral health and function. Whether you currently use dentures or consider them for tooth replacement, understanding these telltale signs is key to a comfortable and effective experience. Continue reading to delve into the following five indicators for denture replacement.


Enjoy Your Meals with These 5 Denture Tips

June 14, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — willowgrovedentist @ 6:21 pm
a woman with dentures enjoying a meal

Now that you’ve restored your complete smile with dentures, you’ll be set to enjoy the many benefits that come with wearing your prosthetics. Not only will they look and act like natural pearly whites, but you’ll feel more confident in showing off your grin. However, when it comes to eating with dentures, there is a learning curve that can be challenging for some. Keep reading to learn five essential tips to help you get used to munching on your favorite meals with your new prosthetics.


5 of the Strangest Dental Emergencies

May 3, 2023

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person with dental emergency holding cheek

If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of visiting your dentist for a dental emergency, you understand the stress it can bring. Interrupting a meal, a meeting, or a night out to rush to the dentist’s office is far from ideal. However, in the realm of dental emergencies, some incidents are undeniably stranger than others. Join us as we delve into the realm of the most peculiar dental emergencies ever recorded to uncover five truly extraordinary cases.


What Your Dentist Wants You to Know About Oral Cancer

April 12, 2023

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dentist performing oral cancer screening on patient

April is recognized as Oral Cancer Awareness Month, highlighting the importance of early detection and prevention of oral cancer. Oral cancer affects various parts of the mouth, including the lips, tongue, gums, and the roof or floor of the mouth. It can also spread to other parts of the body if not diagnosed and treated promptly. Knowing the risk factors and symptoms of oral cancer can help individuals take proactive measures to protect their oral health. Keep reading as we explore the risk factors of oral cancer and what you can do to reduce your risk.


Why Toothaches Hurt More at Night

March 15, 2023

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person with toothache sleeping peacefully at night

Toothaches can severely affect your daily life, making it difficult to concentrate and enjoy activities with loved ones. Sleeping through the night may seem impossible due to the intensifying pain, which tends to worsen at night. Continue reading to understand the causes of toothaches, why they become more severe at night, and learn tips on how to get some sleep until you can see an emergency dentist.


How Drinking Straws Benefit Your Smile

February 4, 2023

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a tumbler with a drinking straw

It goes without saying that every single thing we consume can directly impact our pearly whites. This is part of why dentists everywhere encourage their patients to not only keep up with their oral hygiene at home, but to also be careful about what their teeth are exposed to. That said, did you know that something as simple as a drinking straw can play a notable role in the ongoing battle against oral health issues? Here’s more from your dentist about some of the benefits of using a drinking straw and how the habit can keep your smile looking brighter.


Facial Pain: Is It Always a Dental Emergency?

January 6, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — willowgrovedentist @ 10:42 pm
a patient suffering from facial pain

Sometimes the world comes to a screeching halt when you experience facial pain; it can be quite irritating and debilitating at times! But how do you know when these scenarios warrant a trip to your emergency dentist? Here are some dental problems that are known for causing facial pain and why it’s usually in your best interest to contact your dentist for treatment and relief.

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