Why Visit The Dentist?

Why Visit The Dentist?

At Allen Park Dental Care, we want to see each one of our patients for a cleaning and checkup twice a year. Most of the time we try to get you to schedule your next appointment even as you leave the office from your latest one. There are some very good reasons for that. Along […]

Is It Growing In Your Mouth?

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Plaque is that filmy stuff that forms on teeth. Since it is caused by the breakdown of the foods we eat, plaque formation is a constant process. And that’s why we keep reminding our patients to brush and floss twice a day, at Allen Park Dental Care. The plaque process goes something like this: Bacteria […]

Treat Your Smile To A Healthy Diet

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Proper nutrition can benefit you in many ways: increased energy, improved immunity, glowing skin, mental clarity, and a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. At Allen Park Dental Care we ask: How often do you consider how your diet affects your dental health? Your diet influences your risk of cavities, enamel health, and gum […]

5 Critical Oral Cancer Facts

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At Allen Park Dental Care we want to see our patients at least twice a year for a checkup and cleaning. A checkup can give you real peace of mind, especially since every one we do includes an oral cancer screening. Lung and breast cancer get a lot of public attention, and rightfully so. But […]

How To Make Brushing Your Teeth A Habit

How To Make Brushing Your Teeth A Habit

Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is one of the best things you can do to maintain good dental health. You’ve probably heard us say that more than once, at Allen Park Dental Care. Not many patients like to admit it, but studies show that some people have a hard time working regular […]

3 Reasons Not To Skip A Dental Checkup

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Life gets busy. Sometimes it seems impossible to keep up with everything you need to do. At Allen Park Dental Care, we understand that. (Life gets busy for us, too!) But we encourage you to think twice before you cancel or postpone a dental checkup because you think it’s less important than the twenty other […]