Has your face swollen up a bit? At first, it might not seem like a big deal; you could just blame the weather or something you ate. But if your face is still swollen after a few days, it’s much harder to dismiss – and for good reason! This usually means you have a medical problem on your hands that requires attention from a professional. However, you’re not exactly sure where to turn for help. Should you make a beeline for the nearest emergency room, or you should visit an emergency dentist for facial swelling? Keep reading to find out!(more…)
Hanover Road Dental Health Blog
Should You Go to the Dentist or the ER for Facial Swelling?
July 27, 2021
Are “Bad Teeth” Genetic?
June 22, 2021
Do you find that you always seem to have some sort of dental issue that you’re dealing with? You might even feel like it doesn’t really have much to do with your oral hygiene routine. You may just have “bad teeth.” Genetics and family life do play a role when it comes to your oral health, but this doesn’t mean that you need to suffer with dental issues for the rest of your life. Read on to learn what you need to know about oral health and hereditary.(more…)
Have a Sweet Tooth? Here’s How to Curb Your Sugar Cravings
May 7, 2021
Every now and then, you may indulge in a few of your favorite cookies. But somehow, a couple turns into the whole sleeve followed by a scoop of ice cream and a chocolate bar. It’s not uncommon for this to happen. Sugar is highly addictive which, means even after your first sweet treat, you’ll continue to crave more and more. Unfortunately, this can have negative effects on your oral health as overconsumption can lead to cavities and tooth decay.
Have a sweet tooth? Don’t worry, there are ways to control it! Read along to learn a few tips to help you overcome your sugar cravings.(more…)
The Difference Between Dental PPO & HMO Plans
October 22, 2020
Whether you are currently researching dental insurance or interested in utilizing your benefits, you may have one important question on your mind, “What is the difference between dental PPO and HMO plans?” After all, they are the two most popular types and play a crucial role in factors of your coverage, like annual maximums and in-network requirements. Therefore, a dentist in Lebanon is here to share the differences!(more…)