A family dentist treats children as young as one to adults well into their 80s and older. You know it's essential to brush and floss daily, but regular dental exams are critical to maintaining the oral health of your entire family.
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There are many industries that focus primarily on profit margins, but dentistry shouldn’t be one of them. Millions of men, women, and children worldwide struggle with tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss, but can’t afford or don’t have access to a dentist.
The new school year is well under way, and most parents have taken great pains to make sure their children are fully equipped with all of the necessities...but is dental hygiene and an appointment with your family dentist on your list? These back to school dental tips will assist in giving your child a bright, healthy smile to wear to class each day!
If you suffer from diabetes you may wonder if the disease can somehow affect your oral health. The short answer is that yes, it can. In the video below, Dr. Levi Hunt briefly explains how diabetes can affect your teeth and gums and what you should do to maintain good oral health.
The holidays are filled with family, friends, and fun. It’s a time where many people have or go to holiday parties filled with delicious foods and drinks to make your merry. Unfortunately, many of these tasty treats can be bad for your oral health when excessively eaten or drank.
At Wood Creek Dental, we take great pride in being a part of the Greenville community. We value all of our patients who come to us for their cosmetic and general dental needs. As a practice that proudly provides services for the whole family, we want to spread the word about fun family events that are happening around the great city of Greenville.
If you are like millions of Americans, one of your New Year’s resolutions is going on a diet to lose weight. Switching regular soda for diet soda is a popular trade to make when you start to count calories. While that new habit may help your waistline shrink, it’s still not the best choice for keeping your teeth healthy.
The holidays are here...and so are the sweets! It’s the time of year for fudge and cookies at nearly every turn. From your holiday work party to your child’s end of the year recital, sugary treats get the invite to almost every gathering.
Thanksgiving is upon us once again, and one of the things you are probably thankful for is a healthy mouth to chew all that delicious food! Often, Thanksgiving meals are full of indulgent foods, but some of those traditional dishes are actually good for your teeth.
The long, relaxing days of summer are quickly coming to an end. This month we’ll pack up backpacks and lunches and send the kids off to another year full of classroom and after-school activities. In making all the back-to-school preparations, did you remember to schedule dental checkups for the family?