The stress of everyday life can directly and indirectly impact our oral health. Find out how stress may be affecting your mouth, and what you can do to prevent these issues.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, a time of the year where organizations and communities come together to call attention to diabetes in the United States and its impact on millions of lives. What you may not know is that diabetes can also affect your oral health, and that people with diabetes actually have a higher risk of periodontal diseases.
When Dr. Bogan opened the doors of North Orange Family Dentistry in January 2013 his dream was to serve the Lewis Center community that he and his family call home. That dream came in the form of service, by making the latest in dental technology and treatment accessible to all of our patients. To further our commitment to serve Lewis Center and the surrounding community, North Orange Family Dentistry is building a new state-of-the-art dental office, with construction beginning in September 2018.Located a stone’s throw from our current office at the corner of Gooding Blvd.and Corduroy Rd., this new facility will position North Orange Family Dentistry as the leader in high-tech dental care. Our new doors are set to open in spring of 2019.
From an early age, we are taught the basics of good oral health care habits. Brush properly at least twice a day. Floss daily. Rinse regularly with the appropriate mouthwash. Visit the North Orange team every six months for a thorough professional cleaning and exam.
Is it possible to achieve beautifully straight teeth without traditional wire braces? Yes. Welcome to modern orthodontic treatment with Invisalign®. It’s not magic. It’s science in action. Here’s how we help both teens and adults experience an unforgettable smile with Invisalign®:
Why is a focus on oral health so important for your children this time of year? While school performance is most often tied to metrics such as amount of reading at home and getting a good night’s sleep, there is also a strong connection between a child’s oral health status and their overall school performance.