In a world where cosmetic dentistry is readily available for you to beautify your smile, restorative dentistry is available to replace missing teeth and rejuvenate your smile, and science and technology are becoming more advanced by the minute, it’s nice, at time, to just get back to the basics.
As far as Bedford family dentist Dr. Robert Kennedy is concerned, the basics of dental care are the most important things to help you maintain a healthy smile.
The month of November is Prematurity Awareness Month, sponsored by the March of Dimes. This month is dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers or premature birth.
Thursday, November 17, marks the 36 annual Great American Smokeout sponsored by the American Cancer Society. On this day- and all year long- the American Cancer Society encourages smokers to make a plan to quit. By doing so, smokers will take an important step toward a healthier life overall.
When you think “dental hygiene,” what do you think of? Brushing your teeth? Flossing? Using a mouthwash or an oral rinse? Modern day dental hygiene goes much further than the basics of a toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash. Now, there are all kinds of tools and tricks to help you keep your mouth in tip-top shape.
Asking questions is important to understand your teeth and dental treatments. Dr. Kennedy can discuss all your concerns.
Do you have trouble getting your child to brush and floss? Dr. Kennedy can show your child fun and correct ways to practice oral hygiene.
Do you have small dental issues that just won’t go away? Dr. Kennedy can assess your mouth to make sure it’s not the result of a major problem.