Diamond Dental of Owings Mill Blog
November 11, 2018
Your oral health is extremely important. Sound, functional teeth and gums help you look and feel your best every day, and taking care of dental problems can protect the rest of your body from serious diseases. It only makes sense, then, that you shouldn’t entrust your precious mouth to just any dentist in Owings Mills. Here are some tips to help you find an oral healthcare provider who will provide you with the expert, gentle treatment that your smile deserves.
October 28, 2018
Living in the Information Era has its positives and negatives. It’s great that you can look at a YouTube video to learn how to properly install a new doorknob or starter in your vehicle, but when it comes to a dental procedure like a tooth extraction, is it safe to take the DIY (do-it-yourself) route? As you read on, your dentist in Owings Mills shares a professional perspective on this matter to clear any confusion.
September 6, 2018
You may not have noticed it, but dentists are routinely checking your mouth, head, neck, lymph nodes and many areas of your mouth for early signs of oral cancer. Approximately 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer annually, causing many dentists to include the practice and even new technology into their comprehensive exams to catch it more easily.
Even if you don’t have any family members who have never had cancer, it doesn’t mean you should skip a visit to a dentist in Owing Mills.
August 19, 2018
An eating disorder can take a serious toll on your body — and sometimes in ways you may not expect. Disordered eating habits can have short-term and long-term effects on your oral health. These effects can range from weakened tooth enamel to gum recession, periodontal disease, and more. Keep reading to learn more about how the two common eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia, can affect your smile. A dentist in Diamond Mills is here with everything you need to know!
July 6, 2018
The moment you walk into the oral care aisle at your grocery store, it can feel quite daunting choosing a toothpaste. With so many features and flavors to choose from, it’s hard to know which type is ideal for you, as well as your family. Luckily, your dentist in Owing Mills is prepared to remove the illusion the brands want to create.
At the end of the day, the toothpaste you choose will depend on your needs. Here’s what you should consider first.
June 14, 2018
As spring rounds out and summer approaches, you’re eager to make improvements in your oral care, but you’re not sure what changes need to be made. Thankfully, your dentist in Owings Mills has some simple tips on how to improve your oral health and prevent dental problems. Better yet, all these activities can be done right before you retire for bed. Read on to learn what they are!
May 15, 2018
You probably remember all too well the day you chipped your tooth. Maybe you were munching on some popcorn and accidentally bit down on an unpopped kernel, or maybe it happened while you were playing sports without a proper mouthguard. Now, every time you look in the mirror, you are reminded of that fateful day when your smile lost a bit of its sparkle. You don’t have to live with your chipped tooth. In fact, your dentist in Owings Mills offers multiple cosmetic services that can restore your tooth back to its original glory.
April 13, 2018
If you had to rate your oral health right now, what would you give it? A perfect 10? An average 5? Or something… lower? It’s not too late to rescue it. Most of us learned the basics of dental hygiene a while ago, and it may be about time for a brush up on your oral health habits. Your dentist in Owings Mills firmly believes in the importance of patient education, so keep reading as we take you to class — it’s Dental School 101!
March 8, 2018
In the beginning, you probably didn’t think much of the weird, tingling sensation that would occasionally occur in your mouth. Then it started to get worse. Eating foods you were used to eating became more difficult and drinking your favorite hot tea would be met with major discomfort. Now you don’t know what you can do to relieve this sensitivity. However, according to your dentist in Owings Mills, tooth sensitivity is more common than you think.
While tooth sensitivity is often a common side effect of aging teeth, there are other ways to make it more manageable, as well as treatments to reduce it. Here are just a few your dentist recommends.
February 5, 2018
Many of us might not remember exactly what our parents told us when learning how to brush. Even though it’s something we should be doing every day, we can forget how to most effectively clean our mouth. This is especially true if you’ve ever skipped your routine. That’s why every time you visit your dentist in Owing Mills, they’re more than happy to remind you on the best ways to brush and what to avoid doing in the future.
Some of these mistakes are rarer than others, but your dentist is prepared to clear up any confusion or questions you might have.