Here are some interesting facts about your amazing teeth: Enamel is the hardest substance in the body, according to Dr. Leslie Seldin, a spokeswoman for the American Dental Association. A quarter of all of the adults in the United States have lost all of their teeth due to improper at home and professional care. Teeth… Continue Reading
Did you know that 40% of children have tooth decay by the time they are in kindergarten? Read about how to maintain and achieve a healthy smile. If you would like to schedule an appointment, contact us at our Alpharetta dental office.
Dental problems are never fun. Not being able to eat or speak properly can drastically decrease your overall confidence. If you are experiencing a dental problem, it is never too late to get it fixed. Brushing and flossing twice a day along with regular dental cleanings are essential in preventing dental issues. Here are some… Continue Reading
According to the American Dental Association, you should brush your teeth at least twice a day for two minutes with fluoride toothpaste and replace your toothbrush every three to four months. Ask our Alpharetta dentist for more information on how to brush your teeth for a healthier smile.
Welcome the new year with a renewed commitment to living healthy. Commit to a resolution that will keep your overall health in good shape as well as your oral health. Here are some dental health tips to consider that will keep you smiling and feeling great. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables Poor nutrition can… Continue Reading
Greetings from SmilesScapes Dentistry! Read our Winter 2015 Newsletter. We hope you have a happy 2015!
Veneers are aesthetic solutions that may be recommended for those who are interested in restoring the color and appearance of their teeth. Veneers can be used to: ▪ Re-shape teeth ▪ Improve the look of your teeth due to stains ▪ Fix teeth that are chipped, fractured, crooked or broken ▪ Close gaps between teeth… Continue Reading
Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss and is one of the most common health conditions in our population. It is caused by plaque and bacteria buildup that forms around the gum line, and creates pockets between teeth and gums. This disease can progress and contribute to deteriorating oral health and overall health,… Continue Reading
Registered dietitians at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recognize a link between mouth health and nutrition. Oral infectious diseases, as well as acute, chronic and terminal illnesses with oral symptoms can impact not only our ability to consume food properly, but also our health and nutrition status. Learn more about the link between nutrition… Continue Reading
SmileScapes is partnering with The Drake Closet! We are now accepting donations to help stock The Drake Closet, which is a crisis housing facility for homeless moms and their children. At this time we are accepting women’s clothing only (no men or children’s). Donations will be accepted at SmileScapes through December 31st. For more information… Continue Reading