SEARCH
Phone
Call Today(541) 689-1645

Binder Family Dental Blog

A Helpful Resource for Our Patients rss


Things Your Dentist Wants You to Stop Doing

Things Your Dentist Wants You to Stop Doing

by Shearly (SU)
Improper brushing, not flossing, not seeing a dentist, or eating sugary foods can all wreak havoc on your teeth. At 360 Dental, we care about your oral health. That’s why we created this handy guide showing some of the things that your dentist wants you to stop doing. Simply following this guide and seeing your dentist can go a long way towards fewer cavities, less chance of gum disease and better overall dental health.

Top Advances in Dentistry

Top Advances in Dentistry

by Shearly (SU)
The past century has produced previously unimaginable advances in the fields of pharmaceuticals, medicine, and of course, dentistry. Every day, new dental treatments, dental technologies and leading edge procedures are explored and refined, with new discoveries pushing past the limits of what was believed to be possible. Below is a fascinating peek at some of the emerging advances in the field of dentistry.

Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

by Shearly (SU)
Are you insecure about your smile, due to missing or broken teeth? IF you have lost any teeth from disease or injury, have a rotten tooth, or other oral hygiene problems such as gum disease, dental implants are often the most effective way to replace them. After undergoing implant surgery, you can expect a healthy smile that looks natural and attractive. Dental implants have little recovery time and minimal risk, to go along with permanent rewarding results.

Calming Your Nerves at the Dentist’s Office

Calming Your Nerves at the Dentist’s Office

by Shearly (SU)
If you are afraid of the dentist, you are not alone. Dental anxiety is actually quite common. In many cases, people feel so nervous about seeing a dentist that they actually neglect their dental health, which can lead to tooth loss, gum disease, and other issues. In some cases, patients may have experienced some form of dental trauma, often in childhood, that leads to anxiety during dental visits. The good news is that advances in dentistry have made it possible for you to feel much more relaxed and comfortable than ever before. If you need help calming your nerves at the dentist’s office, these tips may be all you need to feel better.