Family Dental Care for All Ages in Owings Mills, MD
January 11, 2016
The key to a lifetime of healthy, happy smiles is committing to preventive dental appointments twice a year rather than seeking dentistry services once the damage is done. If you’re new to the area or looking for a dental practice in Owings Mills that offers dentistry services for the whole family, the team at Diamond Dental invites you to call us to schedule a new patient appointment, find out more about our practice, or get the answers to your dental questions. Our friendly team works side by side with patients to develop a custom oral health care plan, so every member of your family achieves and maintains their healthiest smiles. For your convenience, we’re happy to schedule appointments for your family on the same day, and we offer convenient evening and Saturday appointments to work with even the busiest family schedules.
How to Care For Your Dentures in Owings Mills
December 14, 2015
Many edentulous (without teeth) patients believe that once they have dentures, their oral health concerns are over. In fact, patients who need dentures also need to spend time caring for their prosthetic teeth just as they would a natural smile, and older patients have to be especially careful. As we age, the decay-causing bacteria counts in our mouth go up, and less saliva, the mouth’s natural bacteria neutralizer, is produced. Patients over 65 on average take at least 3 prescription medications every day, and one of the main causes of dry mouth is prescription medication. Luckily, dental patients in Owings Mills can rest easy, if they follow a few simple denture care dos and don’ts from the caring team at Diamond Dental.
Could Owings Mills General Dentistry be a Life Saver?
September 15, 2015
When you need Owings Mills general dentistry to keep your smile clean, healthy, and beautiful, the friendly staff at Diamond Dental is here to help you get the smile you desire, but did you know that the time you spend caring for your teeth now could save your life later? According to Dr. Joan Otomoa-Corgel, president of the American Academy of Periodontology, periodontal disease effects half of US adults. That’s more than twice the number affected by diabetes annually, and gum disease is linked to kidney disease, heart disease, stroke, alzheimer’s and diabetes. Actually, many patients first discover they suffer from diabetes while they are being treated for periodontal disease. The research based support for the connection between gum disease and various chronic illnesses grows annually, and it seems only a matter of time before medical researchers discover the exact causal relationships. At Diamond Dental of Owings Mills, our dentistry team is here to help you achieve and maintain optimal oral health for a lifetime. Best of all, we may just be adding years to that life in the process. Call to find out more or to schedule an appointment with your Owings Mills general dentist today.
Practicing Good Dental Habits Helps Keep Your Oral Health in Great Shape
August 4, 2015
It’s hard to break a habit. If you’ve ever tried, you probably experienced the discomfort and the relapsing that comes along with it. Building a new habit may be the only thing more difficult than changing an old one. At Diamond Dental of Owings Mills, Dr. Monica M. Mattson and her dedicated team want to help you and your whole family develop outstanding oral hygiene habits for life. In addition to scheduling regular checkups and visits with our staff, we know that the best first step to a beautiful smile starts at home. Remember to schedule your visits twice a year, brush twice a day, and floss at least once each day, and leave the rest to your family friendly team at Diamond Dental. Call to schedule your six month checkup and cleaning today.