Do you want to straighten your teeth? Maybe your answer is “yes,” but you don’t want the “old” traditional type of braces. You might enjoy the benefits of Invisalign treatment. Invisalign are clear aligners that are comfortable and easy to put on and take off. Have you heard of Invisalign and would like to know […]
Do you find yourself shying away from eating something cold like ice cream or gelato or drinking something hot like coffee or hot tea? Is it because your teeth have become sensitive and you feel pain and discomfort when these foods and drinks come in contact with them? Perhaps even activities like brushing with cold […]
Did you know that your oral health can directly affect your heart and link to heart disease? There is evidence that shows two specific links between oral health and heart disease. The first is gum disease. If you have a moderate or advanced stage of gum disease, your risk of heart disease is significantly higher […]
Have you heard of tongue scraping? The term may be new to you, but the practice has been around for hundreds of years. What started 2,000 years ago in places like India and South America, tongue scraping came to Europe between the 15th and 19th centuries. By using a tool to scrape your tongue, you […]
Good dental hygiene starts with brushing your teeth. By having a daily routine of brushing and flossing you can have fewer cavities, a cleaner mouth, and better overall health in general. We have all been taught forever to brush our teeth twice a day. But, is this really true, or should we brush more often […]
If you are suffering from a canker soar, find out how to get rid of it fast.
You have probably heard of TMJ but may have questions about what it is, what the symptoms are, and possible treatments for it. Our team of dental professionals at Sninski & Schmitt Family Dentistry are experienced with diagnosing and treating “TMJ” with many of our patients. In this article, we clarify what TMJ is, five […]
When you care for your dental health, it affects your overall mental and physical health, well-being, and happiness. Finding a solution to stop grinding your teeth is an easy way your Cary or Holly Springs dentist can help you relieve stress and live a pain-free life.
An extremely common question after a dental procedure is “How long should I wait to eat or drink after a dental procedure?” We recommend listening to your dentist’s recommendations, but we put this article together to serve as a guide.
While proper oral hygiene is always important to your health and well-being, if you are pregnant, it is even more so vital to get routine dental checkups from your Cary dentist at the first sign of pain or discomfort in your teeth and gums.