Everybody seems to want your money right now, from taxes to holiday bills. Don’t let those financial demands faze you from getting the dental work you want. There are plenty of options available to pay for work performed that will make your treatments at Klooster Family Dentistry affordable and reasonable to handle. Here is an overview of the great flexibility …
Young children can be unsure or antsy about almost anything new to them. Fix any fears they may have about visiting the dentist by taking these simple steps. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child go within six months after the first tooth erupts, which typically is six months after birth, or age 1 at the …
The start of a new calendar year lets us address long-neglected challenges, like your dental health. Let’s consider some reasons you may want to change what is happening with your teeth this year by planning your dental needs for 2018. You Want to Get on a Set Schedule for 2018 Maybe you’ve been keeping up with your dental cleanings and …
While you are writing down your list of goals for next year, you are probably including a few related to your health. Improve your oral health by adding these five resolutions to your list.
If you’re seeking some joy this month, Holly Springs and other Wake County towns have plenty of ways to get rid of your bah-humbugs.
Our hygienists share their tips on what to do if you feel nervous about visiting the dentist.
Losing or breaking a tooth may not seem like a big deal at first, but it is critical to find a tooth replacement before more damage occurs.
Dental hygienists see it all, from people with perfect teeth to those who haven’t seen a dentist in years. In truth, most people fall somewhere in between. A hygienist does a lot of the hard work before your dentist takes a look at your teeth.
As your child visits the dentist and begins to get his or her adult teeth, you will hear about dental sealants. Dental sealants are a quick, easy, and relatively cheap solution for preventing cavities, and we recommend them for most people.
Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars people get later in life. These teeth can be a valuable asset — if they are healthy and properly aligned.