You may know what foods to avoid, but what should you eat and drink to help keep your teeth healthy? Dr. Kennedy can make sure your diet is keeping your smile strong.
How much do you know about the muscle that helps you taste, chew, and talk? Dr. Kennedy can educate you about the health of your tongue.
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, a perfect time to promote oral hygiene and honor the hygienists at Kennedy Family Dental who help keep your mouth healthy.
Do you want your smile to look good? Dr. Kennedy offers restorative procedures to fix your teeth and make them healthy, then cosmetic treatments to make them look good.
Among American adults, the threat of gum disease, medically known as periodontal disease, is a very real and potentially dangerous condition. Between 70 and 80 percent of the national population over the age of 40 is affected by the disease to some extent.
Although genetics may play a small role in its development, doctors agree that gum disease is most often directly related to how well people care for their teeth and gums.
If you wear dentures, you probably hate when they slip or wobble. You might even be embarrassed to eat dinner with friends. Dentures have come a long way in the past decade. Today, they look more natural than ever – and they can feel like natural teeth, as well. Implant-retained dentures snap onto small posts… Read more »
To ensure the best preventive dental care for your child, take a moment to consider dental sealants.