In the vibrant area of Allen Park, Michigan, parents often seek ways to instill good dental habits in their children from a young age. One crucial aspect of oral hygiene that can sometimes be overlooked is flossing. While brushing is widely understood, teaching children to floss effectively is equally important for maintaining healthy teeth and […]
Hello, thank you for visiting the Szalai & Szalai DDS – Allen Park Dental Care blog. Along with our fantastic team, we have been providing first-rate dental care in Dearborn for many years. Today’s message is about the American Dental Association. You have probably seen the ADA emblem on toothpaste and floss—but what else do […]
Hi, we’re Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai and we are a team of cosmetic dentists with a full-service practice in Allen Park. Today in the Allen Park dental blog I would like to address the subject of tonsil stones. The first thing that Dearborn, Taylor, and Southgate dental patients usually ask about tonsil stones is, “What in the world are tonsil stones?”
Here at the Allen Park dental blog, we never like to be the bearers of bad news, but we are devoted to our patients’ oral health. So, today we offer an essential warning about a lesser-known danger of sticky candy.
Many residents in our Allen Park community experience dry mouth occasionally. Some develop dry mouth in social situations or when they are under a lot of stress. Sporadic or infrequent dry mouth is usually not a serious problem. Constant dry mouth, or xerostomia, is not only irritating, but it can lead to severe health problems.
Many Allen Park residents consider the myriad of options available to stop the aging clock. Whether it is a surgical procedure, botox, hair implants, or a chemical peel, Michigan residents have countless choices to help them look more youthful. We are Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai and we are exited to tell you about a simple and affordable procedure we offer at Allen Park Dental Care that can create a younger looking you.
When you go to a Dearborn, Taylor, or Southgate drugstore or supermarket looking for toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitener, or other oral care product, make sure that it carries the seal of the American Dental Association. The seal is there to help you make the best choices you can for the products you need to keep your mouth clean and healthy.