Just like regular exercise isn’t the only part of your systemic well being — you also need to eat well and get enough sleep to feel good — visiting the dentist in Dublin every so often isn’t enough to enjoy a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles. If you do manage to stay on top of your six month checkups and cleanings, that’s a big step in the right direction. Now here’s what else you can do to ensure you enjoy long-lasting oral health.
Distinctive Smiles of Dublin Blog
January 30, 2017
January 27, 2017
As a new parent, you’re keeping track of a lot of “firsts.” Your baby’s first steps, favorite foods, and then those very first words. But before your little one really starts talking, there’s something else you need to put in their book of firsts: a visit to the dentist in Dublin!
January 10, 2017
Happy New Year from all of us at Distinctive Smiles of Dublin! How are those resolutions coming? Self-improvement is the most common theme — maybe you resolved to exercise more, wear sunscreen, or drink less coffee in 2017. But if those have already been left by the wayside, consider something that’s easily achievable. Enhancing your smile with a visit to the cosmetic dentist in Dublin!
December 30, 2016
From the chicken-or-egg conundrum to whether or not a tree falling in the forest really makes a sound, some mysteries may never be solved. But at least one question people are asking this year has a clear answer. If you, too, are wondering how often you should visit the dentist in Dublin, we’ll let you in on the answer.
In 2016, what did you do to improve your overall health? Maybe you tried to eat better, or perhaps you joined a gym. Most people are interested in living healthier, but they often overlook one big thing: taking care of their teeth and gums. As your dentist in Dublin, Dr. Buck and Dr. Burton have seen time and time again the impact tooth decay and gum disease have on systemic health — and it’s not pretty.
December 15, 2016
Take note of your jaw right now. Are you clenching it tight? If so, chances are high you suffer from bruxism, or teeth grinding. Many Americans experience occasional periods of stress-related jaw clenching and grinding, but chronic bruxers should protect their teeth with a custom-fitted mouthguard from their dentist in Dublin, Dr. Buck or Dr. Burton.
November 27, 2016
It started out with a little sensitivity to hot beverages, and the next thing you know your dentist is telling you that your tooth is fractured and you need a crown. How will you ever fit treatment into your busy schedule? Dr. Eric Buck and Dr. Hannah Burton understand how you feel, and that’s why they’ve invested in revolutionary E4D CAD/CAM technology that allows them to design, fabricate, and fit a brand new crown in one appointment at our office. Experience the convenience of same day crowns in Dublin!
November 17, 2016
Crooked or misaligned teeth take a toll on your confidence. You may feel embarrassed about talking or smiling in front of others. You may hide your smile in photos. When your not satisfied with the appearance of your teeth, it’s always on your mind. You might have considered straightening your teeth, yet you find the idea of wearing traditional metal braces unappealing. Invisalign may be the solution for you and Distinctive Smiles of Dublin can help! Here’s more information about Invisalign in Dublin vs traditional braces.
November 7, 2016
Do you find it hard to focus or concentrate during the day? Do suffer from depression or anxiety? Do you struggle with chronic fatigue? More importantly, have you been accused of snoring loudly during the night? You may not realize that you suffer from sleep apnea. Dr. Eric Buck and Dr. Hannah Burton have solution for patients struggling with this sleep disorder. Your dentists in Dublin discuss sleep apnea.
October 25, 2016
Saving a damaged tooth is preferable to pulling it. There’s nothing like a real tooth. Root canal therapy in Dublin from dentists, Dr. Eric Buck and Dr. Hannah Burton, preserve a tooth for several years and keeps smiles youthful looking and bright.