1. How to Take Care of Your Dental Implants

    If you’ve recently received dental implants, you probably are enjoying eating whatever you like and are smiling with renewed confidence. However, taking care of your artificial teeth is quite different than maintaining natural teeth, so it’s important to learn how to properly care for your new i…Read More

  2. Worst Foods for Dental Implants

    Food is an essential part of life, both for enjoyment and survival. However, once you’ve had a dental implant procedure, there are certain foods that should not be consumed because they can cause serious damage to your new implants. In this blog, we’ll detail some foods that should be avoided af…Read More

  3. How Dental Implants Can Change Your Life for the Better

    Dealing with the effects of lost or damaged teeth can change your life in a negative way. Not only do others tend to stigmatize those with less-than-perfect teeth, you, yourself, may feel different about your appearance. No matter the reason for the condition of your teeth, at the Djawdan Center for…Read More

  4. Why a Dental Consultation is Important

    Have you been thinking about visiting a dentist to have your teeth looked at but you aren’t sure what dental clinic to choose? It can be difficult finding the right dentist who will be able to help your smile, especially if you have had a long history of problems with your teeth. When you come to …Read More

  5. Common Mistakes of Tooth Brushing

    Brushing your teeth is second nature for many people. However, it can be easy to learn bad habits and actually brush your teeth the wrong way without even realizing it. Because brushing your teeth is important and essential to your oral and dental health, we’ll discuss some common mistakes that oc…Read More

  6. Are You Missing a Tooth? There are Options for You!

    The American Dental Association (ADA) estimates that more than 70 percent of Americans are missing a partial or full tooth. There are many factors that can cause one to lose a tooth, such as an accident, genetics, or tooth decay. Teeth aren’t simply for aesthetics; they’re essential to living a …Read More

  7. Lost a Tooth? Watch Out for These Dental Issues!

    Losing a tooth can cause a whole host of dental issues, as well as multiple health problems. Many people don’t realize the problems that a lost tooth or missing teeth can cause until it happens to them. Dentists agree that tooth loss is serious and needs to be addressed as soon as possible so the …Read More