Check out our blog post for 3 types of food we recommend adding to your grocery list. These tasty snacks will nourish your mouth and your body. If you have additional questions about which foods and drinks are healthy for your teeth, contact our friendly dental practice to talk with a member of our expert team!
If you ever get your tooth knocked out, our blog post goes over what to do in the crucial time period just after a tooth has been knocked out. Our affordable dental practice welcomes patients with dental emergencies. Experience exceptional care, call us to schedule an appointment!
Dental X-rays have come a long way in the last few decades. Read our blog post to learn about how modern dental X-rays are faster, safer, and more detailed than ever before. If we need to take X-rays during your check-up, feel free to ask us any questions you have about the process. Call Grafton Dental Care today to schedule your next visit.
You take care of your own teeth with a daily dental hygiene routine, so it makes sense that you should do the same for your dog! Follow the tips in our blog post to ensure that your pup has a healthy smile. Don’t forget to schedule your own dental appointment by calling our office or submitting our online contact form.
The seasons are changing, and the arrival of cold weather means more than sweaters, snow, and the holidays. Cold weather can affect your health in a number of ways. At Grafton Dental Care, we care for our patients and their teeth year-round, but we want our patients to understand the effects of cold weather on … Continued
It’s not uncommon for a particular ailment to affect other parts of your body. People don’t usually think, though, that their dental health has an impact on anything but their mouths. But having a healthy smile isn’t just important for taking nice pictures – it’s important for your entire body! Heart Disease It’s true: plaque … Continued
Tooth decay is the destruction of tooth structure and can affect both the dentin and the enamel of the tooth. It occurs when food particles are left on the teeth and then digested by the bacteria that lives in the mouth. The food particles are turned into acids. This combines with the bacteria, food, and … Continued
At Grafton Dental Care, we treat our patients like members of our own families. In fact, we like to think of our office as a one big dental family. If there’s ever anything we can do to improve your experience, let us know! We want to be sure we’re always providing you with the most … Continued
Receding gums are an oral health problem that involves your gums essentially pulling away from the surface of your tooth. In turn, this exposes the root surfaces of your teeth – this is not good! This serious symptom of gum disease in some people may eventually lead to tooth loss. There are other causes of … Continued