Just 4 minutes a day will establish a healthy skill that your children will benefit from for the rest of their lives! Be sure to begin brushing your child’s teeth as soon as their teeth first start to come in. Let’s talk about some fun facts and helpful advice in pediatric dental care, particularly toothbrushing,
Over the past couple of years, our dental assistants at Marion Smile Center have stepped up admirably to make sure treatment rooms are cleaned properly between patients, and to ensure all instruments and surfaces are thoroughly disinfected. Throughout the pandemic, these dental assistants have gone the extra mile to keep patients, colleagues, and communities safe.
Thinking about improving your smile in 2022? There are a multitude of ways to enhance your smile with cosmetic dentistry – teeth whitening, clear aligners, crowns, veneers, and more! Let’s dive into one option that many patients have questions about and love the results – dental veneers – and where you can go in Zelienople
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 91% of Americans over 20 years of age have cavities and 27% leave them untreated. If you’re a statistic and wondering why you keep getting cavities, it is worth noting that they could be due to your own oral habits. Common culprits in cavities include: * sipping
After your child’s baby teeth begin to come in — between 2-3 years old — it’s time to schedule a visit with us at Marion Smile Center. Most children have some of their baby teeth until they are 12 to 13 years old. Early preventative visits with a dentist are crucial to ensuring your child’s
Regular professional dental cleanings by one of our dental hygienists includes removal of tartar and plaque from the teeth above the gumline. Tartar in particular can only be removed during a professional dental cleaning, as brushing and flossing alone can’t do the trick. However, if you have gum disease, your teeth may need an even
This year, more than 51,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer– and an estimated 10,030 will die as a result. While oral cancer is quite prevalent, there is still a lot of confusion regarding this often preventable disease, who gets it and how, and what to do about it. August is Oral Cancer Awareness