Kessler Park Dental Blog
January 10, 2019
It’s the start of a new year, and you’re excited about the possibilities that await you. When you made your new year’s resolutions, though, did you include a goal to make improvements in your oral health? If not, don’t fret because you still have time to add it to your list of aspirations. Learn how preventive care can make a positive impact in several ways as your dentist goes in depth.
January 2, 2019
Each year, billions of dental insurance dollars are wasted because they aren’t used before January 1st. Most dental insurance plans have a deadline at the end of the year, which doesn’t allow your benefits to rollover into the next. So, if you didn’t see your dentist, you’re wasting benefits that you’ve been paying for all year. Now that it’s a new year, you have a new set of benefits! Keep reading to learn how to use your insurance to its fullest potential before your benefits are gone forever.
December 23, 2018
Most people see their dentist when it’s time for a regular exam and cleaning. Other times, however, the need is more urgent. This is especially the case when the patient is suffering discomfort from cavities, mouth trauma, impaction, and other painful conditions.
December 12, 2018
Who among us enjoys making unexpected trips to the dentist? A toothache can hit us at the worst [possible time, like when we’re planning a big trip or an important business meeting. One way to help prevent this problem is by brushing at least twice daily. But what kind of toothbrush is best for your teeth? The answer comes down to three things: bristles, size, and comfort.
December 8, 2018
People have a lot of reasons for skipping regular dental visits such as time, money and dental phobia, but what if you found out that it can actually lead to more pain in the long run – not to mention more time and money spent in the dental chair? In truth, the more consistent you are with your checkups, the less major dental work you’ll need down the road. Keep reading for the 5 best reasons to schedule routine care with a dentist – you’ll be on your way to preventing problems (rather than treating them) and maintaining a healthy smile for life!
November 2, 2018
Now that the winter months are here, runny noses and sore throats are inevitable. You may have your go-to medicine or at-home remedies to cure these annoyances, but did you know they could actually be affecting your oral health? Keep reading to learn how some of the most common cold and flu remedies impact your teeth and gums from a trusted dentist.
October 24, 2018
Dental insurance is a worthy investment in your and your family’s lasting, healthy smiles. Unfortunately, billions of dollars worth of care are wasted each year in unused dental benefits. That’s because most plans renew with the start of the New Year — and anything that you have not used up will expire on January 1. As we near the holiday season once again, it’s important to act now to rescue your benefits. They’re on the chopping block!
October 23, 2018
As the leaves begin changing colors and the autumn air gets crisp, you know that Halloween is just around the corner! That means a night full of fun and plenty of candy consumption. Your dentist says it’s important, though, to remember your oral health. Thus, as you continue reading, you’ll learn 6 tips for protecting your mouth, teeth and gums and preventing dental health issues that could arise from a consuming too much sugar.
September 21, 2018
Your main ally in your quest for excellent oral health is your dentist in Oak Cliff. If you have yet to establish a relationship with a professional in your area, though, it may seem like a daunting task to find one. Thankfully, by following some simple guidelines, your search can be a lot easier and your efforts can be fruitful. Read on to learn what to look for.
September 8, 2018
When you visit the dentist, do your first thoughts point to dread or fear? Are you tired of being sold products you don’t want or being offered treatments that are just plain unnecessary? Does your current dentist just not feel like they’re giving you the attention that you’re asking for? When you visit Dr. Martinez at Kessler Park Dental, you aren’t getting a one-size-fits-all approach to dentistry.
Instead, you’re getting care that fits your needs and your needs only. Keep reading to learn what to expect during your first visit!