Teeth Whitening in Adolescence

Adolescents laughing

Adolescents laughingAs dentistry techniques have improved over the years, movie star smiles have become more and more attainable for practically everyone. And a big part of having the right smile is having those coveted pearly whites. It might sound a little odd to recommend teeth whitening for teens, but the procedure can be a safe way to boost their confidence.… Read more

Tips For Visiting the Dentist During the COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 crisis has
changed the way we view professional services, including dental services. It’s
important that you do everything possible to protect yourself, but what about
when it’s time to visit the dentist? There are lots of questions about dentist
visits, since this is an essential service.… Read more

Are Dental Procedures Possible if You Have an Existing Medical Condition?

Are you scheduled for an upcoming dental procedure? If so, it’s
important to disclose any existing medical conditions to your dentist as soon
as possible. 

Are Dental Procedures
Possible if You Have an Existing Medical Condition?

Yes. In the event that you have a preexisting medical condition
such as diabetes or high blood pressure, however, it’s critical that you
disclose this information to your oral surgeon so that they can take the
necessary precautions.… Read more

Flossing: What Can Happen If You Don’t Floss

Dentists recommend that you floss your teeth daily. However, studies have shown that up to one-third of people do not floss their teeth regularly. If you are one of the people who does not regularly floss their teeth, it may be because you do not understand what can happen if you do not floss your teeth.… Read more

Why Choose Invisalign?

What
is Invisalign?

Invisalign
is actually a trademarked name for a process of teeth straightening with a
special set of dental appliances. Invisalign offers dental patients and their
dentists an effective alternative to traditional braces. This is especially
appreciated by adults, since they are most often working professionals who may
feel their professionalism would be undermined by wearing highly visible
traditional braces.… Read more

What Is a Root Canal and When Do You Need One?

At Parke
& Rogers Dentistry, our goal is always to keep your teeth in the best
possible state of health. We highly encourage regular oral hygiene and
preventative dental services. But sometimes, when extra care is needed, we are
asked to provide more advanced dental care in the hope of preserving as much of
your natural tooth as possible.… Read more

Dental Trends for 2020

Parke & Rogers Dentistry wants only the best for our patients. We’re always looking for top-quality dental services and the latest in dental technology to offer patients the best in gentle oral health and the most attractive smile. Here are some dental trends for 2020 that we’re following, so we can continue to provide you with the very best dental experience:

  • More Impressive Professional Teeth Whitening Results: These days it seems everyone is concerned about their appearance, and wants to feel better about themselves.

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A Breakdown of What Candy Does to Your Teeth

Candy season is just around the corner. It’s not just all the Halloween candy that can have negative effects on your teeth. It’s all the gooey and sticky Thanksgiving and holiday treats as well. By the time the New Year rolls around, your mouth could be in pretty bad shape.… Read more

Teeth Whitening Tips for Sensitive Teeth

Teeth whitening is a good option for those who want to whiten up their smile, but is it safe for individuals with tooth sensitivity?

Many tooth whitening products involve a bleaching agents, typically hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. But, you can whiten up your smile without bleaching.… Read more

Can Tooth Enamel Grow Back?

Tooth enamel is one of the parts that make up your teeth. Tooth enamel comprises the outer layer of the teeth, and is the hardest kind of tissue in the entire body. It’s there to protect your teeth against bacteria and other things that could damage the teeth.… Read more