Spring is the time for celebrations. Between graduations and weddings, there’s a good chance your smile will be in more than few photos this season. Why not make sure your smile looks great with teeth whitening in Washington? The procedure is completely safe so you don’t have to worry about harming your tooth enamel. Read on to learn about in-office and at-home whitening.
Dr. James G. Mace's Blog
May 15, 2018
April 25, 2018
According to research recently published in the Journal of Periodontology, women are almost twice as likely to schedule regular dental checkups, have the recommended follow-up treatments and have better overall periodontal health than men. That’s good for women, because a woman’s hormone levels may increase your chances of developing gum disease. Trust your dentist in Washington to give you the facts and help you take care of your teeth and gums.
April 23, 2018
Children require different forms of care and nurturing as they grow. You begin by doing everything for your child and then gradually teach them how to do things on their own. Caring for their teeth is no exception. Here are some tips from the family dentist in Washington on to properly care for your children’s smiles as they go from infancy, childhood to the teen years.
April 12, 2018
Have you ever noticed how some people are comfortable smiling and others are not? If you fall into the second category, then maybe it’s time to transform your smile with porcelain veneers in Washington.
March 21, 2018
Equality is admirable in the workplace. Too bad there isn’t more when it comes to men and women and their dental and oral health habits. Fact is women are better at taking care of their health generally and their teeth and gums specifically. Keep reading to learn what your family dentist in Washington has to say about the divergent oral health habits of men and women.
March 18, 2018
If you think acid reflux is strictly a tummy issue for kids, then you have another think coming. The University of California at San Francisco conducted a study that showed children with reflux are six times more likely to have damaged tooth enamel than children who do not have the condition. This fact alone is reason enough to make sure your child sees his dentist in Washington.
March 11, 2018
Going to the dentist can be an unsettling event for children. How much more so if they need a filling? But the fact is that about 27 percent of kids will have a cavity by the time they are five years old. If your child has a cavity, then you may have some questions about tooth fillings. Read on for answers from your dentist in Springfield.
February 19, 2018
Walk down the store aisle that says, “Oral Care” and you are bound to see literally hundreds of options for toothbrushes, floss, toothpaste, mouth rinse and other products. The question is what is the best option for you. When it comes to selecting a toothbrush, you have two choices: manual or electric (battery-operated). Read on to learn what your dentist in Washington has to say about both.
February 8, 2018
When tooth decay strikes, you need a dental filling in Washington. Also called a dental restoration, these are necessary to replace any tooth structure that is lost when decay-causing bacteria penetrate the enamel surface. And while dental fillings can last for many years, the fact of the matter is they are not designed to last forever.
February 5, 2018
People have been getting cavities for as long as humans have been eating. Our ancient ancestors tried to repair tooth decay with fillings made of beeswax and other malleable substances. Today, however, there are two choices: a filling made of an amalgam of metal or one made of composite resin. Read on to learn about the pros and cons of each from a dentist in Washington.