When is the last time you’ve seen the dentist? For many people, it’s hard to answer this question because they can’t recall the date of their last visit. Your teeth play a huge role in your appearance. If you don’t feel confident about your smile, then chances are it reflects in the rest of your body image. At Wynnewood Dental Arts, we take pride in offering excellent dental care to all of our patients. We recommend that people visit their dentist at least twice a year to ensure a healthy and happy smile.
Are you one of the hundreds of people who gets heart palpitations just thinking about the dentist? You’re obviously not alone. Many people dread visiting the dentist, and for a number of reasons. What’s great to know is that there’s actually an answer to all of your dental anxieties. It’s called sedation dentistry. The dental professionals at Wynnewood Dental Arts provide sedation dentistry to those patients who need it the most. While we use sedation dentistry for dental emergencies, we also offer it for routine dental procedures to provide you with an anxiety-free visit.
A single lost tooth, or several lost teeth, can have a serious impact on your overall life. Even if the missing teeth are in the back of your mouth and you don’t think much about them, their absence can still create problems. At Wynnewood Dental Arts, we help each one of our patients achieve a healthy mouth and smile. Our professional staff is experienced in all forms of dental procedures, and we always make sure that our patients feel safe and comfortable in our practice.Read More
In the years of our youth, we tend to think of brushing, flossing, and cleaning our teeth as a cosmetic ritual of sorts. We may even think of dentist appointments in the same light; mostly to keep back the occasional cavity, maintain the whiteness of our teeth, and prevent bad breath. As it so happens, oral hygiene is more about health than it is about looks. Throughout our lives, we become increasingly susceptible to the dangers of dental decay and oral neglect.Read More
If you suspect that something is wrong with your bite, then you aren’t alone. Thousands of people from all walks of life have problems with their bites and often need to seek dentistry services to correct them. If you happen to be one of the people who suffers from an incorrect bite, there’s no need to fear. Knowing what to look for can help you determine if your bite needs adjusting. The following are five signs that may indicate you have a problem with your bite.
More times than not, toothaches cause an unbearable pain that leads us to the dentist for some quick relief. There are several underlying causes of toothaches including exposed dentin, tooth decay, nerve damage, tooth abscess amongst much more.Read More
We’ve all been there. You’re talking to the most attractive person you’ve ever met, staring deep into their eyes, when all of a sudden, you catch a whiff of their breath. And it’s bad. You blink and try your hardest not to show your disgust because they’re just so GOOD-LOOKING (and because you’re a nice person), but you can’t help but just want to walk away. So, you take a step back, politely excuse yourself, and go off on your merry way, hoping that the next time you see them (if there is a next time), they’ll have freshened their breath up.
We have all been faced with emergency situations that leave us stumped, with the familiar question of “what do I do?” often coming to mind. When these situations arise, there are always solutions available depending on the issue at hand. The following are need-to-know first-aids to help ease a dental dilemma:
At Wynnewood Dental Arts, our goal is to provide the best dental care for you and your family. We offer skilled dental services and specialize in sedation dentistry.
Dr. Thomas DeFinnis and his staff of hygienists, assistants and front office personnel work to build a comfortable environment. If you are looking for a new dentist, here is a snapshot of the quality dental options we offer.
Anxiety. Dread. Apprehension.
Chances are you have felt one of these crippling emotions at one point in your life. Maybe you’ve been the anxious bride who got cold feet moments before her wedding. Or perhaps you’ve dreaded giving a presentation at work in front of your peers or at school to your classmates. Better yet, you might be apprehensive about visiting your dentist.