Jon Frankel Dentistry

Archive: Jul 2018

  1. Your oral health care needs change as you get older. When children become teenagers, they face different issues than when they were younger. By the teenage years, a teen has lost all of his/her “baby” teeth and the adult teeth have made their stay.

    In addition to going through puberty, teens also face some oral health changes:

    1) Braces – everyone wants a smile that is full of straight teeth. Braces may be a good option for teens to explore.

    2) Bothersome wisdom teeth – these teeth or “third molars” can be an issue as teens get older. They may cause pain and need to be removed.

    3) Bad Breath – changes in your oral health routine may make a difference – including brushing with an electric toothbrush, flossing daily and adding a mouth wash. Tonsils made need to be checked as well.

     

     

     

    The best advice you can give your teen is to adhere to a strong oral health routine and to make sure they attend their regular cleanings. Teenage years are one to smile and laugh a lot, so teens should never feel embarrassed or ashamed of their teeth. Our office is here to discuss all of your options, so you can be proud of your smile.

     

  2. Fourth of July Smiles

    Happy Birthday, America! The summer is almost halfway over and the 4th of July is a great time to celebrate being an American.
    Oral health is always the top of our mind. While you enjoy the holiday with friends and family, don’t forget about your teeth, too!

    RED:
    Seeing red around your gums? This isn’t something to ignore and may be a sign of gum disease.
    WHITE:
    Show off those pearly whites! Looking for whiter teeth? Check out the different whitening options at our office.
    BLUE:
    Water, water everywhere! Water is your tooth’s favorite beverage – cool off with a glass of ice cold water or enjoy a dip in the pool to stay cool.
    Stay cool and healthy this summer! Our doctors are always here for you 24/7 if you have an emergency.

     

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