Full-Mouth Rehabilitation: What to Expect

September 9, 2022

Full-mouth rehabilitation is a process that can help restore the function and beauty of your smile. This process can involve many different treatments, such as braces, dental implants, and veneers, to name a few. By letting David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry restore your smile, you’ll not only feel more confident, but you’ll also be able to chew and speak properly. So, let’s explore this process and what you should expect.

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Treat TMD with One of These 5 Common Options

July 15, 2022

TMD, or temporomandibular disorder, is a condition that affects the jaw joint. Symptoms can include pain in the jaw, neck, and shoulders and difficulty opening and closing your mouth. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to contact your dental team here at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry right away. Many treatment options are available for TMD, and the best option for you will depend on the severity of your condition. Keep reading to learn the top five common TMD treatment options we use.

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Top 5 Reasons Your Child has Bad Breath

May 13, 2022

Bad breath in children can be due to a number of reasons, some more serious than others. Therefore, if your child has bad breath, it is vital to find out the cause and address it as soon as possible. The best way to solve this problem for your child is to talk to their pediatric dentist here at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. So, let’s discuss the top five reasons why your child may have bad breath.

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5 Scenarios that Lead to Tooth Extraction

March 11, 2022

Your permanent teeth should stay in your head, and the team at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry do everything in our power to keep it that way. However, sometimes scenarios arise when an adult tooth extraction is the only option. In most cases, an extraction is our last resort to correct your dental concern. Here is a list of five of the most common situations we run into.

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Is Cosmetic Dentistry Right for You?

January 14, 2022

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. But life happens, and sometimes your smile turns into one you don’t love or recognize anymore. Thankfully, you’ve got the team at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in your corner. We care about all of our patients, and giving people the smiles they love is what brings us joy every day. One of the best ways we do that is through our cosmetic dentistry services. While some of these procedures are perfect for anyone, others have very specific use cases. So, let’s take a look at some of your cosmetic options and if they’re right for you.

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Top 5 Dental Problems Invisalign Can Fix

November 15, 2021

Over the last decade, Invisalign has become the preferred method of treatment for straighter teeth in adults. Unlike traditional wire and bracket braces, Invisalign uses clear trays to move and shift your smile into its correct position. This option is much more comfortable and less noticeable, making them a hot-button topic for adults. Furthermore, Invisalign’s software – ClinCheck – maps out your entire treatment process, and what your end smile will look like. Not only does this limit all the guesswork, but it also gives you a customized treatment plan. David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry uses Invisalign to help patients rekindle their love for their smile. Here are five of the most common dental problems our treatment can correct.

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5 Dental Emergencies

September 9, 2021

Dental health care is crucial for our overall physical health. But accidents do happen, and sometimes we’re left with a cracked, chipped, or missing tooth. In addition, gum disease and cavities can also cause oral health issues. Thankfully, all of these can be remedied when you schedule your appointment with David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. We’re here for all of your dental care needs, whether it’s preventative and routine, or a restoration emergency. Here are some of the most common dental emergencies we see from our patients.

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4 Tips for Choosing the Right Toothbrush

July 14, 2021

Have you replaced your toothbrush lately? Are you thinking about doing so now that we asked? If you answered yes to the latter, you might also be a little overwhelmed thinking about all your options. While it’s true that the toothbrush aisle at the grocery store can be a little over the top, you should never shy away from replacing the tool you use twice (or more) a day. In fact, replacing your toothbrush should be a regular occurrence in your home, say, every three to four months. We know you probably visit us here at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry every six months or so, but we don’t want you to wait on swapping out that old toothbrush for a new one. So, here are some of our favorite tips to help you select a new one.

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5 Pediatric Dentistry FAQs

May 15, 2021

As adults, we know that oral hygiene is a critical part of our overall health care. Yet, many parents come to David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry with questions about pediatric dentistry. While we encourage parents to bring their children in for examinations as soon as possible, dental care can start at home and as soon as your child’s first tooth arrives. There’s no reason you should wait to introduce your child to the basics of teeth care. In fact, many children will be naturally curious about why you’re brushing your teeth, so this is a great opportunity to teach them the ropes. If you’re unsure where to start, we’ve answered some of the most common questions we get about children’s dentistry.

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3 Signs You Need Full Mouth Rehabilitation

March 8, 2021

Everyone wants a bright and beautiful smile, but not everyone is born with such a blessing. However, there’s more to a great set of teeth than genetics. Most people rely on dental care to keep their teeth white, straight, and free of defects. Still, access to dental care isn’t easy for some, leaving many to put off their dental care for years or even decades, often resulting in full mouth rehabilitation. Thankfully, the team at David C. Wood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry has what it takes to restore your smile, no matter the damage. Here are some of the key signs it’s time for an appointment in our office.

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