With cavities being the most prevalent chronic condition among children and teens, preventing decay by placing sealants indeed makes sense.
Was it just me or did January seem like a crazy month?
Happy New Year! Yeah, I cringed as I typed that. I’m sure I’ll be saying this up until April. That’s usually when my patients stop saying it to me. I don’t know though considering how much of a whirlwind we’ve all been experiencing the past two years they may decide that wishing me a happy … Continue reading The Absolute Best New Year Resolution
At this point, nothing is a surprise. Whether you’ve been sick or not, I’m just popping in to remind you to change your toothbrush.
With the ongoing festivities and the lack of a planned schedule, their daily routines usually get ignored. Late nights spent playing video games and binge-watching movies can lead to oral hygiene routines being ignored too
Considering the past two years, I think giving the gift of self-care and self-love is perfection.
I will NOT tell you to not to partake in the delicious goodies, but I will teach you how to beat the sugar bugs this holiday season!
The dental professional’s social media groups have been boomingly active with detailed descriptions of dentistry’s “new normal.” Their posts have provided me with great tips on adjusting my clinical routine, and some have evoked major side eye and shade because some posters do the most. Because I returned to work much later than most prevention … Continue reading Fighting for Hydration: Tips for preventing dehydration in the clinical dental setting
Since mid-March, dentistry workforce was restricted to only providing emergency dental care to help slow the spread of Covid19. Most dental clinics and offices are now opening to provide full oral health services to their patients. Many are returning to business with new recommended guidelines, which are constantly revolving. This everchanging process is indeed a … Continue reading You Want Me to Wear All of That?!