The month of February is surrounded by the feeling of love. Our team at Peninsula Cosmetic & Family Dentistry would like to wish you a very happy Valentine's Day. We want to remind you that we are so thankful for and love having the opportunity to serve our patients because "everyone should smile with confidence."
As 2019 rolled in, has it caused you to reevaluate your habits and set some resolutions? This can be a great practice for the beginning of a new year, however please carefully consider some of the changes you might want to make. One habit you may want to reevaluate is that of dental flossing.
Did you know that by asking Santa for a perfect smile right now, you could actually achieve it by this upcoming summer of 2019? If you notice yourself covering your mouth when you laugh or posing for pictures with a closed-mouth smile, you most likely are experiencing smile dissatisfaction.
November is a time when we turn our thoughts and hearts toward gratefulness. During the season of Thanksgiving we recount all of the things we’re thankful for and invite others in to our homes to celebrate this while sharing in a feast together. It’s a wonderful time of the year to be grateful.
Peninsula Cosmetic & Family Dentistry has a solution for you if you have dental anxiety or something called White Coat Syndrome. If you’re wondering what White Coat Syndrome is, it has to do with your blood pressure. It occurs when you have a normal blood pressure at home, but it rises when you visit a doctor or dental office.
The kids are all back to school and homework, quizzes and after school activities are in full swing. It’s a busy time of year for families. If you have an older teen in your home, it may also be time for his or her wisdom teeth to come out. The average age for this procedure is between the ages of 17 and 25, but it can vary for many reasons.
If someone says you were tongue-tied, they may be referring to your inability to speak freely for some reason. This is how tongue-tied is described according to the Urban Dictionary. However, being tongue-tied, medically speaking, is a condition that is also called ankyloglossia. It is a condition that describes when a person has tissue attached to the underside of the tongue and base of the mouth.