Ridgefield Perfect Smile Center Blog
September 15, 2022
Did you know there’s such a thing as National Coffee Day? It’s true! Sept. 29th is a day dedicated to celebrating java in the U.S. and Canada. When the day comes, coffee drinkers from both countries can toast their cups of joe. If you plan to join the festivities, though, you should take some precautions first. Otherwise, coffee could harm your dental health. Luckily, your Ridgefield dentist can ensure that doesn’t happen. Read on to learn how coffee can damage teeth and what you can do to keep it from doing so.(more…)
July 13, 2022
So, let’s say your dentist has just finished placing your dental implants. You probably feel confident that these restorations will work for a while. After all, implants have a staggering 95% success rate! Even so, you ask your dentist how to make your odds better. Their response? “Increase your vitamin D levels.” Now, you’re probably asking yourself why this nutrient would help. To learn the answer, read this summary on vitamin D’s implant benefits from your Ridgefield dentist.(more…)
May 20, 2022
You can’t stop the aging process. While you might expect a few gray hairs and wrinkles, you may not have expected to lose your teeth. Besides an incomplete smile, women are also at risk of bone loss as they age, especially after menopause. If you have missing teeth, the effects of menopause don’t have to stand in your way of a complete smile. You can replace them with the next best thing to your own using dental implants.
March 3, 2022
Whether you’re considering getting or already have dental implants, you probably know how effective they are at replacing missing teeth. While they’re a popular and long-lasting solution, is it possible to ever feel discomfort with them? Read on to learn several causes of sensitivity in dental implants and why you should notify your dentist if you experience either case!(more…)
January 19, 2022
Nothing is more exciting than your child’s first tooth. Although they are only in place for a few short years, their primary teeth are crucial for their health and development; however, every child’s smile is unique. It can be difficult to know what’s normal or not. Don’t worry, here’s a complete guide to baby teeth, so you know exactly what to expect over the years.