If you are consistent with your oral health, you will see those gums healing fast if is detected at an early stage. A good hygiene routine is needed, make sure your children do too. Believe me, deep cleanings are expensive and if you do not have insurance to cover a good portion of it, you will not be very happy.
As a manager in a dentist office, is common to think that I am an expert in the matter. But no, definitely I have learned more about since my son got his braces than ever. Healthy pink gums can quickly become red and swollen from poor oral hygiene. Yes, it happens to dentist’s kids too. So, I started to read more about and found some interesting information that can come handy for you.
... We upgraded our X-ray equipment!
Thinking on how to make your visit more comfortable and pleasant, we are looking for the up-to-date technology and the best quality in resources.
We upgraded our radiology equipment and now we have the DEXIS intra-oral camera that is the best in dental imaging solutions. Image quality, ergonomics, ease of use, efficiency, practicality and case presentation are all considerations when it comes to look for the best digital X-ray sensor and dental imaging software we can.
This intra-oral camera, allows us to have real-time intra-oral video and pictures and help patients create an immediate visual idea of what is happening and can aid in their understanding of our clinical findings and treatment recommendations.
Come in and see for yourself!
Our expert Dr. Alvaro Ordonez DDS, is always concerned about the dental check up our patients do during the year.
For him, the process isn't done just with one visit to solve everything. You have to follow the expert instructions!
"You brush your teeth morning and evening. You floss. You get your teeth professionally cleaned twice a year. So, why in the world is your dentist suggesting a deep cleaning? Isn’t that for someone who is neglectful of proper dental care?
While this may surprise you, the answer is no. Here’s why:
Sleep apnea is a common and serious sleeping disorder that happens when your regular breathing is interrupted during sleep. Snoring is common among patients with sleep apnea but not all snorers have sleep apnea.
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