Once our permanent teeth arrive, those are the teeth we get for a lifetime. Just as with any other part of your body, your teeth will experience plenty of wear, tear, and change as you age. Read our blog post where we explore some common dental concerns to keep in mind as you get older.
Diabetes is a common condition that affects 9 percent of the U.S. population. It’s a disease that diminishes your body’s ability to process sugar. Read our blog post to learn how diabetes affects oral health.
If you’re looking to add a little bit of tech to your dental routine, an electric toothbrush is the place to start. Read our blog post for help deciding whether or not it’s time for you to ditch your traditional toothbrush.
At Stono Dental Care, we spend most of our time caring for our patients’ teeth and gums. However, we also provide treatment for conditions such as dry mouth. Read our blog post to learn about causes and treatments for dry mouth.
Dental anxiety is a common problem many people experience. In fact, as the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine reveals, 40 million Americans avoid the dentist precisely because of it. Read our blog post to learn about dental anxiety and how it can be treated.
After dental surgery, post-op guidelines will include some instructions about what you can and can’t eat. Read our blog post for some dietary recommendations after your surgery. Visit our office for a checkup today!
If your employer doesn’t provide dental insurance, or if you’re self-employed, it’s logical to look into buying dental insurance for yourself. Read our blog post to discover the different financial options we offer our patients. Contact us for more details!
We work hard to educate our patients on the small steps towards sustainability they can take throughout their daily dental routines. Read our blog post for some steps you and your family can take towards healthy teeth and a healthier planet.
Read our blog post to learn about how smoking negatively impacts your teeth, gums, and overall health. From tooth discoloration to bad breath to tooth loss, the bad effects of smoking come in many forms. At our dental practice, we can help you restore your oral health. Call us today to schedule your next visit!
Many of us enjoy chewing gum after a meal or during the day to keep us from boredom eating. But if you’re going to enjoy a piece of chewing gum, make sure you chew sugar-free gum. Read our blog post to discover how sugarless gum decreases your chances of developing tooth decay and cavities. Visit Stono Dental Care for your routine appointment soon!