The new year is here and we are celebrating new years resolutions here at Longbranch Dental Center! Our main new year resolution is to continue helping our patients achieve a healthy mouth all year long. Our patients are our main priority and we will do anything we can to make each individual feel comforted and cared for during their visit.
What’s your new year’s resolution? While we know that exercising and dieting are the main factors on people’s minds, our dentists here at Longbranch Dental Center in Greenville, TX want to make sure to add you dental hygiene to that list! Your mouth is one of the most important parts of your body and you need to take care of your teeth just like you would other bones. It all starts with taking the proper precautions when flossing and brushing. Dentists are notorious for stressing the importance of flossing and brushing and this is in every single way true and relevant.
Flossing can help reduce the amount of plaque and food particles that can build up within your molars and teeth. Sticking to a consistent brushing and flossing schedule will not only reduce the need for frequent dentist visits but will also lower your chances of cavities. With the new year bringing a fresh start, our dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants here at our office will help guide you in the right path every step of the way. We will recommend the right toothbrush for you, provide you insight on the best toothpaste, and even give you a full cleaning to start your new year fresh.
Our office is open Monday through Friday and our office hours vary per day so make sure to check out our contact page to see which day works best for you and your schedule. We have a great team of highly trained dentists and a front desk staff that will answer any billing or scheduling questions you may have. Give us a call today to make your next appointment at 903-231-1006
Longbranch Dental Center located in Greenville, TX is excited to bring awareness healthy smile month in June! The start of the summer months marks awareness and guidance for healthy smiles. The organization is founded by the oral health foundation and by taking part in National Smile Month, you are aiming to create a healthier world around us. This particular campaign aims for positivity and promotes the true value of a smile, not only for physical health but for mental health too which is just as important. Our skilled dentists at Longbranch Dental have three very important tips to keep in mind this month.
Make sure brushing your teeth is the very last thing you do at night and first thing in the morning with a fluoride toothpaste.
Ensure you cut down on the amount of sugary food and drink you have and how often they are consumed
Make an appointment with the doctors at Longbranch Dental every 6 months, or when recommended.
Be sure to keep these tips in mind this summer, and dont forget to make your next appointment with us by calling 903-455-4161
A dental emergency can be a scary situation. Don’t panic! If you have lost a filling, cracked or broken a tooth, or had a tooth knocked out, contactLongbranch Dental Center today. We offer same-day appointments for dental emergencies.
If you have experienced any of the following, you may be experiencing a dental emergency:
Accidental tooth knockout
Lip or tongue bite with excessive bleeding
Lost filling or crown
Painful swelling not caused by an injury
If you have a dental emergency, below are some tips to help care for the tooth until you can see our Greenville dentist:
If you have lost a permanent tooth, call our Greenville dental practice immediately. Until your appointment, keep your tooth moist at all times by placing it in-between your cheek and gums, in a glass of milk, or purchase a tooth preservation product.
If you have cracked a tooth, immediately rinse your mouth with warm water. This will help clean the area of harmful bacteria. Use a cold compress on your face to help minimize swelling.
If you have bitten your tongue or lip, clean the area gently with water. Use a cold compress on the area to minimize swelling.
If you experience a toothache, rinse your mouth with warm water to clean any bacteria from the area. Gently floss to remove any food caught between the teeth.
For toothaches, rinse the mouth with warm water to clean it out. Gently use dental floss to remove any food caught between the teeth. Do not put aspirin on the aching tooth or gum tissues.
Don’t put off going to the dentist if you are in pain or experiencing any of the above symptoms. Our Greenville emergency dentist can quickly diagnose the problem and recommend the best treatment plan to get you out of pain and back to enjoying your daily activities.