(970) 688-1010
965 N. Ten Mile Drive, Suite A-5,
Frisco, CO 80443
Request an Appointment

3 Things You Didn’t Know About Dental Checkups

April 7, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 8:25 am
Healthy white tooth and dentist mirror with explorer probe instrument against blurred dentist Office background

Depending on how often you visit, you may believe you grasp the importance of routine dental checkups. They’ll obviously examine your teeth, maybe your gums too if they look off. From there, it’s just the standard cleaning, followed by some at-home recommendations and follow-up for your next appointment. Isn’t that about it?

Actually, dental checkups have other features key to good oral health. See for yourself in this summary of three things you didn’t know about them!

(more…)

How Flossing Can Save Your Life

March 4, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 9:47 pm
woman flossing teeth

Flossing needs to get a new publicist. After all, brushing is the aspect of the oral care regimen that’s usually in the spotlight. Whether everyone realizes it or not, flossing is very significant in its own right. In fact, regular flossing can even be a lifesaving act. Keep reading to learn from your dentist in Frisco why daily flossing matters so much for your oral health and your future, in general.

(more…)

Ouch! Is Tooth Pain Considered a Dental Emergency?

December 15, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 7:58 pm
young woman with toothache

No amount of tooth pain is considered normal, regardless of how mild it may feel. It’s designed to alert you that something is wrong with your mouth, so don’t just brush it off. Although you know that you should seek treatment for it, can it wait until your next appointment, or should you visit your emergency dentist in Frisco right away? Read along to learn which signs indicate your toothache requires emergency dental care, what can happen if you ignore it, and tips to manage your discomfort.  

(more…)

What are the Reasons to Be Thankful for Dental Implants?

November 4, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 8:24 pm
mature man enjoying thanksgiving meal

The holiday season is a great time to reflect on the good things in your life. As you see people do with New Year’s resolutions, it’s also an opportunity to think about ways you can better yourself with an eye on the upcoming year.

Speaking of bettering yourself, your smile and your oral health could get quite a boost if you decided to pursue dental implants as a tooth replacement option. Keep reading to learn why dental implants give you a lot to be thankful for during the holidays or any other time of year.

(more…)

5 Post-Op Questions Regarding Dental Implant Surgery

August 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 12:56 am
Dental implant

Tooth loss is a common issue that people across the United States face. Approximately 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth while 40 million are missing all of their teeth. Fortunately, losing a tooth no longer means that you need to go the rest of your life without it. Dental implants are an excellent tooth replacement option due to their many benefits. You probably have all sorts of post-op questions before your surgery. Read on to learn the answers to some of the most common ones we receive.

(more…)

Explaining the 3 Types of Dental Implants!

May 22, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 6:17 pm
Older woman smiling with dental implants while standing with arms crossed

Dental implants are chosen by over 500,000 Americans each year. They come with many unique benefits, which is why patients elect for this treatment over others. However, one of the most significant reasons why implants are so popular is that they can be used to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire smile. In order to make this possible, your dentist offers 3 different types of dental implants. Read on to learn about these options as well as which solution is best for your smile!

(more…)

How a Healthy Diet Will Improve Your Child’s Dental Health?

January 20, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 11:39 pm
Children eating fruit

The last place that your child wants to be is in the dental chair getting their cavities filled. We all want our children’s oral health to be excellent, and diet plays a huge role. Afterall, we are what we eat! But what types of foods should your child be consuming on a regular basis in order to promote their dental health? Continue reading for some tips for choosing foods that are more suitable for your kids’ teeth.

(more…)

How to Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy if They’re Sick

December 28, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 9:32 pm
child preparing to brush his teeth

The winter months bring joy to children in a multitude of ways, from the magic of the holidays to the fun of vacations from school. Although these are wonderful things to look forward to, the colder weather also brings cold and flu season with it. Every parent knows that fighting through sickness is not the way you or your child want to spend the holidays, however, sometimes it’s unavoidable. While oral health might seem like a completely unrelated thing to focus on if your child gets sick, it’s more important than ever to help them practice good oral hygiene during that time. Your Frisco children’s dentist shares some important steps that you can take to help keep your child’s teeth healthy if they do end up fighting sickness this season.

(more…)

3 Tips to Help Your Child Avoid Cavities This Halloween

October 21, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 8:40 pm
Candy you should avoid according to family dentist in Frisco.

While your children may be excited to eat Halloween candy this year, you don’t necessarily have to cut them off entirely to ensure they don’t get any cavities. The key to preventing dental disease, despite candy being available everywhere (especially for free), is moderation and strong oral care routines. According to a family dentist in Frisco, here are the three best tips for ensuring your child does not finish their Halloween celebration with a mouth full of tooth decay before the new year.

(more…)

5 Simple Ways to Prevent Bad Breath

September 22, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_amedro @ 6:14 pm
Woman with bad breath covering her mouth

You pull up to your job interview with five minutes to spare. Before getting out of your car, you look over your resume, make sure your hair is in place, and turn off the ignition. As you approach the doorway, you do a quick breath check and feel your heart sink into your stomach. It reeks. You quickly pop a mint in your mouth and hope it lasts until you’re safely back in your car again.

Unfortunately, scenarios like this are all too familiar for the 80 million people suffering from chronic halitosis (bad breath). If you are a part of this statistic, here are five ways to prevent it from happening!

(more…)
Older Posts »