Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Time At The Dentist

It can be so stressful at the dentist. You may not know what you need to have done, or you may not be sure as to how much the bill is going to cost you. There may be procedures that are necessary for you to have and this may take time for you to figure out the timeframe in which you are going to get things done. No matter what situation you are in, the dentist is a critical part of your overall health.
Visiting the dentist two times a year at least can ensure you stay in the healthy zone with your smile.

 Problems in your mouth that go unchecked can lead to more significant problems that can cost you more money and time in the dental chair. Did you know about 30% of the people in the world ages 64 – 75 according to, “Healthline,” don’t have any natural teeth left. This could lead to other problems in your health. If you have any of the following problems you should schedule an appointment sooner: sores in your mouth, sensitive teeth, pain with chewing or cracked or broken teeth.

There is no reason to wait for problems to crop up with your smile, get help today.
For more information on your dental health, contact Dr. JudyStrutz and her Team!

Friday, September 20, 2019

10 Interesting Facts

There is so much information that is floating around about your smile and your dental health it can be difficult to keep all of it straight. It is critical to keep your smile healthy in order to ensure that your smile lasts a lifetime.
 Here are 9 interesting facts about your teeth and dental health that can help you navigate your dental health.
1.     Periodontal disease doesn’t start out as a major dental problem, but left untreated it can lead to one.
2.     The average American spends 38.5 total days brushing their teeth.
3.     Flossing is the only way to remove debris from your smile to keep it healthy.
4.     Dental check-ups should include oral health screenings.
5.     Bad breath may be sign that something more serious is going on.
6.     The type of food you consume can negatively impact the overall health of your smile.
7.     Once you lose one tooth you are more likely to lose another.
8.     Your teeth tell a story about the choices of your life.
9.     Nearly every adult has at least one cavity.

For more information on your dental health, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her Team!

Monday, September 16, 2019

Types of Cosmetic Dental Procedures

When it comes to options about how to improve your smile you may feel stuck, confused or frustrated because of all the options that are available to you. Today there are so many options that you can choose from depending on the problem you are concerned with. Dental veneers, teeth whitening, crowns, dental bonding or onlays are all possible options to improve your smile. Each one of these options is unique in order to fit your smile and is done with the expert hands of Dr. Judy Strutz and her team.

Before you pick out your new smile or the cosmetic dental procedure that is going to best fit your needs, take time to schedule a consultation with your cosmetic dentist. There is no reason for you to jump right in with a smile you don’t love. There is also no reason for you to sit and wait for time to pass with a smile you are afraid of sharing with the world. Take the time you deserve to improve the health of your smile and keep your smile and your body on track.  You deserve to have the best smile you can have.

For more information on how to improve your smile, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

What Are Your Dental Goals?

You may have goals for other parts of your life, but do you also have dental goals? It is so important you have a plan for your smile. Your smile is essential to the health of your entire body. Don’t leave your smile hanging. A beautiful, healthy smile is critical in order to have a healthy body. Don’t take risks with your smile, by not setting clear and concise goals for your dental health.

This may include brushing and flossing regularly. Eating healthy or scheduling and visiting your dentist 2x a year is critical to the health of your smile. No matter what your goals are, your cosmetic dentist, Dr. Judy Strutz and her team are ready to help you. If you are not sure what type of dental goals you have, or if you are not sure what types of problems your smile is facing, it is important to schedule your appointment in order to get your smile back on track.

Simply taking a minute to write down what you want your smile to look like may be the jumpstart you need in order to get your smile back on track.  For more information or help with your smile contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team today.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Take Charge of Your Smile

Dental problems are solely in your own hands. Only you can prevent problems with your smile. Taking risks with your smile or not taking care of problems that arise can cause other problems with your smile that impact you for a lifetime. Recent research has found that not only is there direct health risks for you, but if you are pregnant there may be risks of early birth, low birth weight babies and preeclampsia. But you can take charge of your smile ensuring you have a healthy smile for a lifetime. 

In order to make sure that your smile is healthy there are easy steps you can take. Brush and floss regularly especially if you consume a high carbohydrate meal. The more carbohydrates you consume the more likely you are to have food stick to the surface of your teeth which then turns to sugar. The sugar then begins to eat the enamel causing problems for your smile. 

Visit the dentist on a regular basis and ask your cosmetic dentist for options on how to improve any dental problems you are facing. Don’t let them get away from you. Taking charge of your smile can ensure you minimize dental emergencies. 

For more information on how to keep your smile healthy, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team.