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Your Dentist in Cocoa Provides Mouthwash Tips for Your Child

February 5, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_burr @ 10:46 pm

A child at his dental visit.Did you know that children are more vulnerable to cavities than any other group? Not only can it be difficult to mange what they eat (especially if they love sugar), but they’re teeth are still developing at a young age. They also don’t have their brushing technique perfected like you do. That’s where mouthwash comes in.

February is Children’s Dental Health Month, so take a moment to consider some tips on picking and using mouthwash from your dentist in Cocoa. With mouthwash, your child can clean all the hard-to-reach areas while they get their brushing technique down. Plus, you’ll get to reap the benefits right alongside them.


5 Things You Should Know About the Sordid History of Medical & Dental Insurance

November 28, 2017

dental Insurance coverage formsMany dental patients want to know why medical insurance doesn’t cover dental procedures, especially more advanced dentistry services. Dental insurance, like vision insurance, has always been separated from traditional medical insurance. However, when patients need advanced medical procedures for their eyes, medical insurance often covers these treatments like laser eye surgery and glaucoma treatment. For the most part, the same is not true for patients who need advanced dentistry procedures. Keep reading to learn more about the historical reasons why even the most advanced dental care is still completely removed from medical insurance coverage.

Crossbite: Effects & Treatments

October 27, 2017

Woman with severe crossbiteMany orthodontic patients have heard of over and underbite. These bite position concerns are more common than crossbite. They occur when the top row of teeth protrudes too far over the bottom teeth (overbite) or the bottom teeth protrude too far under top teeth (underbite). These bite alignment concerns make it difficult to chew and speak clearly. They can also change the shape of the face without treatment. Similarly, crossbite occurs when the teeth are positioned incorrectly on one or both sides of the mouth. While this is the rarer of the bite alignment concerns treated by dentists and orthodontists, it can cause the most severe issues for patients when it comes to speaking and chewing. Correcting this alignment issue is important to ensure the overall form and function of your smile.

Mice Teeth May Provide New Treatments from Your Dentist

September 6, 2017

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: , — dr_burr @ 8:04 pm

Image of a mouseOften, when you think about mice, you cringe at the thought of the pesky rodents invading your home. You never expect them to play a role in the future of your health. However, they may now have a key impact on restoring your health due to new insights regarding tissue regeneration using the teeth of mice. Using stem cells, there is now new hope in regenerating tissues with your dentist thanks to the rodents.

Looking for a “Dentist Near Me” Since School Started?

August 5, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_burr @ 6:02 pm

young girl smiling missing teethBack to school season is in full swing now. Your child is back in the classroom learning new things, but have you learned all you can do to make this their best dental health year? As your child’s first role model and provider, it’s important to prepare for the school year—including potential dental problems—and prevent them with great dental care. The last thing you want is for your child to miss school because of a dental issue. Before you’re frantically trying to find a “dentist near me” that can schedule your child’s appointment during the busy school year, take a look at these helpful back to school oral health tips.


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