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Archive for November, 2020

Life After Thanksgiving: Dental HealthCare Tips

Friday, November 27th, 2020
Post-Thanksgiving Dental Health Tips

Thanksgiving is one of those occasions where people just let go, but if you can find the strength to eat healthily, your body will thank you later.

Thanksgiving is synonymous with hearty food. It’s one of those occasions where many people let go and indulge in delicious food. With that in mind, Thanksgiving can make your dental health take a beating. Here are some post-holiday dental health tips. 


Overcrowded Teeth: How to Tell When Extractions Are Necessary

Friday, November 20th, 2020
Solutions for Overcrowded Teeth

Overcrowded teeth is a dental health issue that should not be overlooked

Many people have overcrowded teeth, and most people don’t have a perfect smile. It takes some work to improve your smile’s appearance, and you can trust the dentists here at Catonsville Dental Care to help you do that. Today we’re going to shed some light on facts about overcrowded teeth and let you know when tooth extractions are necessary. We’ll also give you an alternative to tooth extractions: Invisalign


Is Gum Disease Curable?

Friday, November 13th, 2020
Gum Disease Prevention and Treatment Catonsville Dental Care

Gum disease is a lot more common than most people think

Regarding oral health and hygiene, being aware of your gums is vital. Gum disease is a lot more common than most people think. However, there are some easy ways you can prevent gum disease. But first, it’s essential to take a look at gum disease and whether it is even curable. Here are useful things to take note of regarding gum disease and how to protect your oral health overall. 


4 Ways Dental Health and Overall Health Connect

Friday, November 6th, 2020
Dental Health and Overall Health Catonsville Dental Care

Dental health impacts your overall health in many ways

Dental professionals urge their patients to keep up with their dental health for various reasons. A person having a fantastic smile goes more in-depth than physical appeal. Dental health connects to overall health in so many ways. So today, we’ll summarize the connection between dental health and overall health in four ways.