Do You Want to Review Dentist Visits?

Written by News Channel 2 on September 10th, 2013. Posted in Dentist office reviews, Dentist review, Review dentist

Your mouth is sore. Your tongue is dry. You have a hard time chewing.

These painful remnants can only mean that you have just returned home from the dentist. You take to your computer to type up a nasty dentist office review to settle the score. But before you go too far with your revenge, consider these five quick facts to help you when you review dentist visits.

1. What sounds more appealing to you, going grocery shopping or flossing? If you answered like 73 percent of Americans, you would rather head to the supermarket than clean between your teeth with dental floss. More dental work at home means less during a dentist trip, making it easier to review dentist visits without being upset.

2. Imagine finding a fresh twig with frayed fibers at one end and using it to clean your teeth. For the Hindus of India in 4000 BC, that was their toothbrush, and they were some of the first groups of people in history to use one. You have one right in your bathroom, waiting to be used. So before

Afraid of Going to the Dentist? Family and Friends Can Help

Written by News Channel 2 on August 13th, 2013. Posted in Dentist office review, Review dentist

Odontophobia, or fear of the dentist, is one of the most common fears. The others are public speaking and death. Overcoming fear of the dentist and dental procedures, however, is crucial for your health. Finding the right dental office can help curb fears, and keep your teeth and overall health in check. How?

Dental Symptoms May Be an Indication of an Even Larger Problem

Did you know adults with gum disease are twice as likely to have heart problems, too? With over half, or slightly more than 50%, of American adults suffering from gum disease, that is alarming news. Adults should visit the dentist at the first sign of dark, red, or swollen gums. Dark gums may be harmless, genetic, and a result of hyperpigmentation, or they may be the first indication of Gingivitis, and other serious health conditions. Your dentist can sort that out for you, but the “dentist” part alone may pose a problem.

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