Cottonwood Dental Group Blogs
At Cottonwood Dental Group, we aim to not only provide excellent, comprehensive dental services, but also to educate our patients about proper dental care. We want to help you by giving you the information that you need to maintain the health and beauty of your teeth. Read our blog posts today.
Happy Halloween Highlands Ranch! Our Highlands Ranch dental office wants you to have a spooktacular night! When you sort through your candy our Highlands Ranch dentist, Dr. Parsons would like you to keep a few things in mind for your teeth health! Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to Halloween
October brings many things to life: fall weather, pumpkins and Halloween! While your family might be ready for all the candy, are your teeth? Our team at Cottonwood Dental wants to help you keep your healthy smile while also enjoying a fun Halloween this October! Read on for some tips. Enjoy Halloween Candy Without the
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve probably heard it over and over again: Sugar is bad for your teeth. As children, we heard this phrase often. But is that actually the case? Our team at Cottonwood Dental is taking a few minutes to break it down for you. What Happens When You Eat Sugar? When you eat
Most people take either prescription or over-the-counter medication at least occasionally. That’s especially true as we get older since aging tends to bring an influx of chronic conditions requiring treatment. Every medication you take comes with a list of potential side effects. These side effects often include symptoms such as headache, stomach upset, and even
Do you have an event coming up? A wedding, birthday, anniversary that you want to have a dazzling smile for? We think you should have the smile you want and deserve! If you are considering teeth whitening our Highlands Ranch Dentist is here to help. Discover the best teeth whitening options in Highlands Ranch and
You probably don’t think about your teeth often. As long as they’re serving their purpose and helping you chew, all is well. Right? Well, if your teeth are functioning perfectly, congratulations! But for many of us, we’ll experience tooth pain or another ailment at some point or another. To nail down exactly what’s causing you