Our office is currently providing only emergency treatment for our Lake Orion, MI, patients. We’re doing this to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the more vulnerable members of our community. Now that you’re spending more time at home, maintaining good oral hygiene is more important than ever. We’re going to talk about proper brushing and flossing, and how your food and drink choices could impact your oral health.
Losing a tooth as a child is a normal, healthy part of growing up. However, while it sometimes happens as we continue to grow up, losing a tooth as an adult is not healthy. In fact, no matter how or why it happens, it is a dental emergency. So, in today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentists will share the ways in which we can restore your lost teeth after a dental emergency.
When you break a tooth, it can be a jarring experience. So, as with any dental emergency, it is important to know how to handle that situation if it arises for you. In today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist will share some steps you can take to navigate this particular dental emergency as easily as possible, as well as how we will help you in our office.
When you experience a dental emergency, you should always come into our office at Lake Orion Family Dentistry right away. However, you may not know what a dental emergency looks or feels like. So, in today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist will explain the symptoms of a dental emergency, and what we can do in our office to get you back on track after one occurs.
Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is a main cause of tooth loss for adults. It is also incredibly common, with most people having to deal with some form of it during their lifetimes. However, just because it is common does not mean that it isn’t something you need to be concerned about. When allowed to progress, this disease that starts in your gums can end up affecting your entire body by heightening your risk for other diseases. In today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist will discuss periodontal disease and the newly discovered link to a higher risk of stroke.
March is in full swing, which means that we’re already in the midst of National Women’s History Month! That being the case, we at Lake Orion Family Dentistry wanted to take this opportunity to tell you the stories of three women who left a notable impact on the field of dentistry. So, in today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist will discuss the achievements of these three women as a tribute to all women in dentistry.