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Will I Damage My Teeth if I Go Swimming?

June 19, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — celebrationfamilydental @ 5:41 pm
a woman floating face up in a swimming pool and enjoying the cool water

Who doesn’t love going for a swim and cooling off during the summer months? The water feels so good, and it’s a great way to just relax. But you may wonder, “ is swimming is bad for your teeth?” Because of the chemicals found in most pools, you might not even think twice about diving in. A local dentist is here to answer this unique question and share what you can do to better protect your smile while enjoying a day or evening swim.


Why Summer Is the Best Time to Get Dental Implants

May 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — celebrationfamilydental @ 2:35 pm
Two runners stretching and smiling on summer day

Break out the grill and grab your sunscreen, summer is almost here! While flipping burgers and laying out by the pool may be your top priorities this summer, don’t forget to visit your dentist too. While regular dental checkups are always a good idea, the beginning of summer is an especially good time to talk to your dentist about dental implants. If you are missing one or more teeth, now is an ideal time to get started with implant treatment. Below are a few reasons why this is the case.


How Allergy Season Could Be Harming Your Smile

April 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — celebrationfamilydental @ 4:22 pm
Woman blowing her nose due to her allergies

April brings more rain and other weather changes, but it’s not the only change you can expect. Allergy season begins in April too, which means as you’re buying medications and tissues for the family to deal with the increased levels of pollen in the air, you’ll want to purchase oral care products too. The symptoms related to allergies, such as sinus pressure and xerostomia (dry mouth) can be quite harmful according to a dentist. Learn how they are connected to your oral health and what you can do about it going forward!


Cracked Teeth & The Pandemic: How’re They Possibly Related?

March 18, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — celebrationfamilydental @ 4:15 pm
a person grinding and clenching their teeth as they sleep

During quarantine, the last thing you’d expect countless people to suffer from is dental emergencies, but that’s exactly what happened when everything shut down last spring. Countless dentists were busy fixing problems like cracked teeth and toothaches in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, but why? Read on to learn about why so many people were calling up their emergency dentist while quarantined in their home.


Why Keeping Your Heart Healthy Starts With Your Smile

February 26, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — celebrationfamilydental @ 7:27 pm
Young couple brushing their teeth together

When you think of February, you probably think of Valentine’s Day, the Super Bowl, and cooler weather, but did you know that it is also American Heart Month? That’s right! For years, organizations like the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and prevention have used the second month of the year to focus people’s attention on their cardiovascular health. And while eating right and exercising are both crucial components, many patients forget that caring for their smile is also essential. Keep reading to learn why!

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