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FAQs About Dental Sealants

May 27, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 3:43 am

digital image of dental sealantCavities are common, but did you know they are preventable? A solid home oral hygiene routine, regular dental care, and moderating your sugar consumption can keep tooth decay at bay, but there is more you can do to protect your smile. Dental sealants create an additional layer of protection to promote a cavity-free smile. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions to determine if they are right for you.


5 Amazing Benefits of Tooth-Colored Fillings

May 24, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — drlindsey @ 10:39 pm

Digital image of a tooth-colored filling in NewtonMetal fillings have been used for generations to treat tooth decay because they are affordable and effective. Although they’ve been a go-to solution for decades, there’s another option. Tooth-colored fillings blend in with your enamel, improving the health and appearance of your smile, but the benefits don’t end there. Whether you need to replace an old filling or you have new decay, here are 5 reasons to consider a natural-looking solution. 


Dental Sealants: Can Adults Still Get Them?

April 19, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 10:31 pm
Image of dental sealants on teeth.

Regular oral hygiene is vital to keeping a healthy and happy mouth—brushing, flossing, and rinsing with a mouthwash are all important steps that contribute to your mouth’s protection. But despite your best efforts, your teeth are still susceptible to decay; particularly your molars, as their grooves can easily trap debris and food particles. However, dental sealants provide a great solution to help cover these areas and prevent the risk of cavities! Keep reading to learn more about how this treatment is beneficial, even for adults.


Is Dental Work Safe If I’m Pregnant?

April 4, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 9:21 pm
Pregnant woman at dentist.

Pregnancy can be an exciting time in your life, but it can also mean a lot of uncertainty and worry. You now have an additional passenger on board to think about, and things like dental visits might warrant additional concern. Here’s what you need to know about receiving dental work while you’re pregnant so you can make the best decision for both your smile and your baby.


Chewing Gum May Reduce Your Risk of Cavities—Here’s How!

March 24, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 8:14 pm
woman chewing gum in Fort Collins

Do you find yourself regularly chewing gum? With a sugary taste, most people find these treats to be especially sweet and exciting to have. However, did you know munching on them can also help you prevent cavities? Keep reading to discover the benefits of chewing sugar-free gum and how it can keep you from needing fillings in the near future!


Pregnancy Can Affect Your Dental Health

March 2, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 1:20 am

Pregnant woman holding her stomachYour body undergoes several changes while awaiting the birth of your little bundle of joy. Stretch marks will fade and you’ll lose the extra weight once you’re holding your baby in your arms, but the effects of pregnancy on your oral health may not be so forgiving. Believe it or not, pregnancy can increase your risk of tooth decay and gum disease. With your oral and general health closely connected, you don’t want a dental issue to affect you or your unborn baby. Don’t worry, here’s how to keep your smile healthy until your delivery. 


How Do I Know What Type of Toothpaste Is Right for Me?

February 24, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 7:41 pm
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You understand the importance of using toothpaste when you brush your teeth to have optimal oral hygiene. However, it is difficult to choose which tube you want when there is a whole aisle of options at your local grocery store. Different types serve various functions. Ultimately, there is a right choice, depending on each customer’s needs. Read on to learn from your dentist in Fort Collins about the various types of toothpaste available so you can determine which one is right for your smile.


Can Bad Teeth Run in the Family?

February 9, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 11:06 pm
person with bad teeth covering their mouth

When looking through an old photo album, you noticed a trend: everyone on one side of your family had the same smile. You’ve always felt insecure about your pearly whites, but you had never noticed that they seem to run in your family. Though the look of your grin may be passed down through generations, can the same thing be said about oral health problems? Read on to learn about the connection between genetics and oral health problems as well as things you can do to show genetics who’s boss.


How to Take Care of Your Mouthguard

January 13, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 4:48 pm
person putting in dental mouthguard

Bruxism is a condition characterized by excessive clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth. People with bruxism may experience headaches, jaw or tooth pain, or dental problems like overly worn teeth. Mouthguards are a common way to help with this condition since they create a barrier between the top and bottom teeth. If your dentist has a custom mouthguard made for you to help with this oral health issue, it’s important to make sure you take good care of it and utilize it to the fullest. Read on for tips that will ensure that your dental guard remains in good condition and you get the most out of it.


Dry Mouth Affects People of All Ages, but Treatment Helps

December 4, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 5:39 pm
multi-generation family around the holiday table looking and smiling at a turkey

When you hear the words “dry mouth”, you may think of what you experience when you wake up in the morning or if you’re thirsty after a good workout. But the reality is dry mouth is a condition known as xerostomia that can strike a person at any age. Keep reading to find out more about dry mouth, including why you should take it seriously and how to treat it. 

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