What To Know About Cavities

We recommend that patients visit our office every four to six months for a routine oral hygiene examination and cleaning. During these visits, we not only thoroughly clean your teeth, but we are also looking for problems with your oral health, such as dental decay. Another common name for dental decay is a cavity. A cavity is one of the most common dental problems that we see every day.

Importance Of Caring For Oral Health While Sick

We hope you and your family have had a wonderful start to 2024! Now that we are in the midst of the winter season and the holidays are over, many of our patients are enjoying cold-weather activities. One thing we definitely don’t enjoy is getting sick, something that seems to happen more frequently this time of year. Even when you aren’t feeling your best, it is important to continue to care for your oral health. Poor oral care can lead to issues with dental decay. Here are some tips to keep your teeth healthy even when your body might not be:

How To Get A Perfect Smile By Next New Year’s Eve!

Happy 2024! The start of a new year leaves many of us reflecting on our lives and what we would like to improve. If you want to change the alignment of your teeth, we would love to help you! The start of the new year is the perfect time to start an orthodontic treatment, such as Invisalign®. If you start treatment now, it’s possible that you will have a perfectly straight smile by this time next year! Read on to learn about Invisalign, why this treatment is so popular, and how it may be perfect for you.

Is An Oral Health Problem Causing Your Bad Breath?

Are you self-conscious about the smell of your breath? We all experience bad breath from time to time, especially after eating certain foods. After thoroughly brushing and flossing your teeth, the problem is typically remedied. If you find that you are constantly experiencing bad breath, you could have a problem with your oral health. There are certain oral health conditions that need to be addressed to fix the smell of your breath. Bad breath can be caused by:

Why Now Is A Great Time To Visit the Dentist

We don’t know how you feel, but we cannot believe that the holiday season is upon us and we will be celebrating the new year in a few short weeks! With the new year just around the corner, we think it’s a good time to evaluate your oral health. If it has been some time since your last visit, or you need to schedule a recommended treatment, now is a great time to call us. We know that the next few weeks may be busy, but we encourage you to call now and make an appointment for the new year. You can start the year off right with excellent oral health. Read on to learn more about being diligent about your oral health.

Eat Your Way To A Better Smile

There is a saying that you are what you eat, and there is some truth to that when it comes to your oral health. We often discuss the importance of visiting our office for routine hygiene examinations as a way to ensure you have excellent oral health. The same is true for us sharing information about ways to properly clean and care for your teeth and mouth daily. Aside from cleaning your teeth and visiting our office regularly, one of the best things you can do for your oral health is to be mindful of the foods and beverages you are consuming daily.

With Facial Treatments, You Don’t Have To Show Your Age

Do you feel unhappy when you look in the mirror because of what you see? Are you bothered by the lines and wrinkles that are slowly starting to appear on your face? Everyone ages, but thankfully, there are treatments that can help lessen the appearance of the imperfections that may be bothering you. Not only can we improve any cosmetic issue that you have with your teeth, but we can help with facial esthetics as well. With the holiday season fast approaching, there is no time like the present to learn how we can help you. Read on to learn more about the facial esthetic treatments we offer.

Warning Signs Not To Ignore

At Seven Star Dental, we encourage our patients to monitor the state of their oral health between visits. Many of our patients see us so infrequently during the calendar year that we want to make sure they are cleaning and caring for their teeth properly at home. Be sure that you and your loved ones are brushing thoroughly and flossing daily. We recommend that patients check their teeth and mouth regularly for signs of any problems. Warning signs that may indicate a problem include:

Check Out Our NEW Exam Room & Operatory

Have you been interested in receiving a specific treatment, but we could not schedule your appointment due to a lack of room in the office? We have exciting news! We are happy to announce that we have a new examination room and operatory and can now schedule any appointments you may have had to postpone! This is not only exciting because we can treat existing patients, but we will also be able to see new patients sooner. Read on to learn more about how the update to the office may benefit you and your family and how we are able to care for your needs.

Orthodontics Is The Perfect Treatment For Adults

When some of our adult patients think about orthodontic treatment, they believe they are too old because they associate this form of treatment with children and teenagers. This is simply not true! At Seven Star Dental, we are happy to help our adult patients of all ages straighten their teeth with orthodontics. We use Invisalign® to straighten teeth. This is a popular treatment that uses clear aligner trays to slowly transition teeth into the correct alignment. Patients love Invisalign because of the many benefits it provides our adult patients. Some of the benefits patients appreciate are that the trays are removable and they can enjoy their favorite foods without restrictions. We are able to complete the entire Invisalign treatment out of our office, so you do not need to visit an orthodontist. We know that your time is valuable, and this treatment is a time saver for many of our patients.