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.
Our Highlands Ranch Dental office wants you to maintain your beautiful smile. Your home care routine is the most important factor in maintaining your smile. Not only will it keep your teeth pearly white but will help prevent or minimize oral disease including caries (cavities), gingivitis, and gum disease. What products should I be using
If you’ve just learned you’re expecting, you probably have lots of things on your mind. You’re thinking ahead to your child’s nursery, wondering what pediatrician to choose, and worrying about whether you’re doing all you can to keep yourself and your baby healthy. One thing you may not consider. Your dental health—and your child’s dental
Gum disease is a significant dental disease. It is estimated that 8/10 people suffer from some sort of gum disease. Gum Disease can be as simple as gingivitis (swollen or bleeding gums) to something more complex as periodontal disease (loss of bone around teeth). Our Highlands Ranch dental office wants you to know that gum
Eating more Candy this month? Some candy is more kind to your teeth than others! October has arrived, which means Halloween is coming soon! While the holiday will probably look different this year (like everything else), there will still be lots of candy. While an occasional taste of candy and other types of sugar does
What are some reasons not to delay regularly scheduled dental treatment? When it comes to dental diseases such as cavities, periodontal disease, or tooth abscess, time is of the utmost importance. What may start as a simple filling or a small dental procedure can turn into a more extensive surgery and more costly treatment if
Most of us are familiar with braces, those metal devices you often see on the teeth of preteens and teens. But do you really understand what those braces are for?Braces are part of a field of dentistry called “orthodontia,” and technically braces and other devices like retainers are what’s known as “orthodontics.” These devices are used