Few things can make an immediate impact on your appearance the way teeth whitening can. After getting their teeth whitened, our patients report instantly feeling more confident showing off their dream smile. Read our blog post to learn about our teeth whitening options.
Do you wish you had an even, bright megawatt smile? Even if you have discolored, uneven, or chipped teeth, it’s totally possible with porcelain veneers. Read our blog post to learn if porcelain veneers might be right for you!
Do you find it difficult to squeeze in your dental appointment? Check out our blog post to learn about our office’s Saturday and extended weekday hours, family-block scheduling, and same-day emergency dental care. Contact us to learn more about our high-quality, convenient dental care.
Who doesn’t want a whiter smile? Regardless of your stage of life, white teeth make you look younger, feel more confident and even boost your success at work. Professional teeth whitening is an excellent solution if you want to overhaul your appearance in a quick, affordable way. Before you set your expectations, however, you should … View Post
GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a chronic digestive condition that can affect your overall health and your quality of life. Unfortunately, this common medical concern can also wreak havoc on your oral health. Up to 33% of American adults have GERD, which is more often called “acid reflux.” You should know that while stomach … View Post
We are halfway through the year. While you may be planning your summer vacation or relaxing by the pool, have you considered using your family’s dental benefits. Not everyone has dental insurance, but if you do, it is a shame not to cash in on your covered services. Most dental insurance companies offer dental cleanings … View Post
There are many misconceptions related to dental care. At Red Oak Family Dentistry, we welcome the opportunity to debunk the following three dental myths: All Sugar Is Equally Bad For Your Teeth While it is true that sugar increases your risk for cavities, there are better and worse ways to satisfy your sweet tooth. Sugary … View Post
For patients undergoing orthodontic treatment, it can be easy to assume that your frequent trips to the orthodontist are enough to keep your oral health in check. However, it is essential that you realize that your routine dental visits must be kept on the calendar, even if you are seeing your orthodontist on a bi-monthly … View Post