Is it okay to brush your teeth in the shower? The short answer is yes, but you can read Dr. Gordon’s full insights via these article links to Yahoo! and PopSugar.
Many patients would like to know more about visiting the dentist in this extended COVID-19 atmosphere.
To provide additional context we’ve gathered numerous articles on the subject. They’re grouped into two sections: dental offices and infectious disease prevention, and dental appointments and your health.
Gordon Center for General & Advanced Dentistry has been open since May and seeing patients! Our staff and their families have remained healthy, and there have been no confirmed cases of transmission at any dental office nationwide. Click here for an overview of our COVID safety protocols, including: enhanced PPE, social distancing, touchless thermometer, HEPA filters, and more.
Top tips for dental care at home during quarantine or shelter in place; including what to do if you run out of toothpaste or floss, and how to prevent an increase in cavities while working from home.
When you’re considering dental implants, it’s common to have questions. We’ve rounded up some of the most frequently asked questions (such as the difference between dental implants and veneers, and how long they last), plus answers.
We bring the latest dental technology and advanced dental techniques to our patients. The latest example of this is with a new dental bonding technique. Check out this before and after picture of a patient who saw Dr. David Gordon after he broke two teeth in an accident.
If a lack of teeth or chewing function are affecting your son or daughter’s quality of life, you may want to discuss dental implants with them. We’ve pulled together a short list of articles: Am I the right age for dental implants? Are dental implants safe? What is the recovery like from all-on-4 dental implant surgery? What can I eat with dental implants?
Recent studies show that bacteria from the mouth has been linked as a cause for an increase in heart disease, pancreatic and colorectal cancer, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Your parent may be interested to know how going to the dentist can support their overall health and longevity.
Whether you purchased more than you ended up handing out, or your children brought home massive bags of treats, most of us find ourselves with leftover Halloween candy. And you might be wondering: Is it all the same, or is some worse for my teeth than others?