One of the best things you can do to stop the spread of disease is to wash your hands thoroughly and often. Read our Romeoville Dental Center blog for tips & techniques.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Romeoville Dental Center, Romeoville, Illinois, dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on keeping safe during the pandemic.
Don’t let a dental emergency ruin your day! It might be frightening to go through, but the very first step of addressing a dental emergency is determining whether or not it is even an emergency to begin with. Read our blog post for advice on determining what is considered a dental emergency.
There’s a strong link between white teeth and attraction. If you want to feel more attractive this Valentine’s Day, whiter teeth could be the answer. Check out our blog post to learn about our teeth whitening services.
Missing teeth are no fun. Having gaps in your smile can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance, make it hard to eat and speak, and even put your oral health at risk. Check out our blog post to learn about the most popular tooth replacement solution around: dental implants.
Many people like to chew gum, but what kind of effect does it have on your teeth? Maybe you’ve heard that it can be good for your oral health, but do you know why? Read our blog post for everything you need to know about chewing gum and if it helps cleans teeth.
If you are looking to improve your smile due to tooth loss or decay, you may be interested in figuring out how to solve this problem. Check out our blog post where we explain which treatments can replace damaged or missing teeth.
We want everyone to have a safe, happy, and fun Halloween this year! But it’s also important to be aware of the dangers that candy consumption can create for your teeth. Check out our blog post for answers to your questions on how candy causes tooth decay.
You may have felt that your teeth are a little bit more sensitive than normal, maybe even painful at times. Perhaps you see that your teeth look yellower or darker even though you still regularly brush your teeth. Read our blog post for a look at these and other causes of enamel erosion.
Are you looking to get brighter, whiter teeth to improve your smile? Check out our blog post where we discuss your options for whiter teeth to help you decide what is the best way for you to get the smile of your dreams.