Sunday, January 10, 2021

Don't Give Up!


We know a lot is going on right now, but don't give up on your smile's health. You deserve to have a healthy and beautiful smile that you can show off to the world. You do not want to have a problem that festers and then becomes a bigger problem. 

Dr. Judy Strutz and her team recommend these 4 steps to keep the health of your smile at the forefront of your mind. 


  1. Schedule a dental appointment and stick to it. It can be easy to want to re-schedule or to change it. However, Dr. Strutz encourages people to keep their dental appointment and ensure they have a healthy smile. 
  2. Eat healthy foods. While there may be days that you enjoy something that is not as healthy, taking small successful steps can help your smile. Fruits, vegetables, and foods with fewer carbohydrates do not stick to your teeth and gums the way high carbohydrate foods do. 
  3. Brush Your Teeth. Brushing is the one way you can remove food from your teeth. The longer that food is on the surface of your smile, the more at risk you are for more dental problems.

Your smile is so critically important not only for your health and your self-esteem. Have the best smile you can. 

For more information on dental cosmetic options, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team. 


Monday, January 4, 2021

2021 Smile!


Now that you have rung in the New Year, have you reflected? Did you set a New Year's resolution? If you did and your health is a part of that equation, start with your smile. Did you know that the health of your body is impacted by the health of your smile? Don't leave this critical component out of the equation.

If 2021 is the year for you to become healthier and on track with your fitness goals, schedule a consultation with Dr. Judy Strutz to start that health journey. When your smile is healthy, it can help ensure that your body is ready to work out, eat healthy, or enjoy the other opportunities you have planned for 2021. The health of your smile can ensure you can consume the food on your new healthy food plan. 

Please don't leave your smile behind on this health journey because you deserve it. For more information, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team or to schedule a consultation to ensure you have a healthy smile in 2021. 

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Happy New Year!


We love that we are getting to welcome a New Year into the books. However, we want to be sure that patients know we are still here for them, and we are working diligently to take care of their dental needs. A new year is here, and we know some procedures have changed, but what we do for our patients has not. As we move into the New Year, we want to continue to provide great cosmetic dental care to our patients. 


                                      Here are 3 ways we can help you:


  1. 1. Provide consultation on a dental problem you have. You may not know what dental options are available to you, but we are here to share with you a dental plan. 
  2. Deep Cleaning. We have a dental hygienist in the office that can provide cleaning for you in order to get your gum health back on track. 
  3. Create a new smile. Do you have dental problems that you don't love such as cracked or broken teeth? We have opportunities for you so that you can have the amazing smile you want. 


If you have questions about a dental procedure or you; have a problem with your smile that is causing you pain, contact us today. 

Monday, December 28, 2020

Lip Tie - What You Need To Know




The bond that can be created in the first few days with your baby is so important. The opportunity to spend high-quality moments breastfeeding your baby is something else. However, when your little one has a lip tie it can be very difficult. Your baby may become increasingly fussy because they are not able to eat properly or latch. A lip tie may not be threatening at first, if your baby is not able to get their nutrition, it can create problems later on for your growing little one. 

It is possible for your baby to have a lip and tongue tie. However, you have options. Scheduling a consultation with Dr. Judy Strutz and her team can help to ensure you have what you need. There is no reason to take risks, Dr. Judy Strutz and her team are here to help you and your little one.  

Schedule a consultation today!

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Have You Evaluated Your Smile?




This may sound like a strange question but have you spent time recently thinking about the health of your smile? Or are you wondering if your smile is as healthy as it could be?

 We understand that. It is important for you to have a healthy smile that you can feel comfortable with and if you've recently been questioning whether your smile is healthy, we can help.  Cosmetic dentistry has changed over the years and we pride ourselves on being able to help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile that you love. 

Contract our office, or Dr. Judy Strutz to schedule a consultation or to ask any questions about your appointment before it happens. We want to be sure you are comfortable. 

Monday, December 21, 2020

Is It Tempting?


 

There are so many other things that are demanding your attention this Holiday season that your smile and the needs of your teeth may not make the list. However, here are 3 reasons why your smile should be your top priority. 

 

  1. When you smile, it releases endorphins that improve your mood. With so much going on and the Holidays being routinely stressful anyway, this little smile can give you a burst of endorphins that can instantly put you in a good mood. If your smile is not as healthy as you would like it to be, you might try and deny smiling because you don't want to show off your teeth. 
  2. A minor problem can turn into a larger dental problem. The only way that a cracked or broken tooth or tooth decay is going to be fixed is by visiting your cosmetic dentist. And while it may seem like a good idea to put this off until after the Holidays, what might be something minor could quickly turn into something that can cost you more. 
  3. Your smile can last a lifetime. When you take care of your teeth, they will take care of you. When your teeth are healthy, and your gums are taken care of you can be sure that you will have a smile that lasts a lifetime. 

For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team. 

 

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Take Care of Your Smile

 

The holidays are here, and you might be tempted to dive into the sweets or mash potatoes however, these 5 foods are healthier for your smile and will do it some good this holiday. 


  1. Fruits. Fruits have a high concentration of water. This can help to remove things from the surface of your teeth and keep them from building up on the gum line. 
  2. Drink plain water and avoid other drinks such as coffee, tea, soda, and high sugar drinks. Each of these poses a different problem for the health of your smile. 
  3. Load up on the veggies. Vegetables have a high concentration in water as well. They are a great way to remove build-up for example, if you have just consumed something with sugar in it, the water can reduce any food on the surface of your smile. 
  4. Cheese. Cheese contains a product called casein. It is a protein that helps to strengthen your teeth enamel. The stronger your tooth enamel the better able it is to fight against other problems that may arise. 


Don't sell your smile short this holiday season. For more information on keeping your smile healthy contact, Dr. Judy Strutz and her team.