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.
To all our Cottonwood Dental family, we want to take a minute to address what is on everyone’s mind – COVID-19. We believe it is our role and responsibility during this time to prioritize two things: the health and well-being of our patients and team while also playing a constructive role in supporting local health
Many people have lost a tooth or multiple teeth due to a variety of dental reasons. You may be weighing your options between Dental Implants, a Dental Bridge, or a Removable Dental Partial. Dental Implants are considered the standard of care and what is recommended to replace a single tooth or multiple missing teeth. Here
21Bad breath is a common problem that plagues all of us from time to time. However, as many as 30% of people experience daily bad breath—and finding a solution can be a real struggle. But it doesn’t have to be. Let’s examine the common causes of bad breath and the solutions that work! Common Causes Almost everyone
Baby Teeth… Do they just fall out? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay or “cavities” is the most common chronic condition of childhood and responsible for the most absences from school. In addition, the American Dental Association states that children with tooth decay are more likely to have tooth decay
The idea of getting fillings strikes fear in the hearts ofmany people. But it’s nothing to be afraid of or ashamed of—sometimes, evenpeople with the best dental habits need fillings, due to cavities or dentaltrauma. We’ll take a look at what to expect when fillings are neededto alleviate some of that anxiety: Why Fillings Are
Are you concerned about bad breath? Maybe your tongue is the culprit. The tongue is a muscular organ in your mouth that is imperative for speech and also helps manipulate food and drink for swallowing. It is covered in tiny papillae that help you taste your food. These areas can trap bacteria and residual food