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Shelby Township Dental Hygienist Demonstrates Proper Flossing Technique

Shelby Township Dental Hygienist Demonstrates Proper Flossing Technique Hi, my name is Nikki Goolsby. I'm a registered Dental Hygienist here at HPS Advanced Dental Care located in Shelby Township, Michigan and I'd like to talk to you today about a proper flossing technique. A lot of dental patients don't know that there is a proper [...]

2014-01-06T14:37:00-05:00By |Oral Healthcare|Comments Off on Shelby Township Dental Hygienist Demonstrates Proper Flossing Technique

Dental Crowns are Explained to Shelby Township Patients

Dental Crowns are Explained to Shelby Township Patients A routine visit to the dentist really should be a biannual plan for everyone in an effort to have a proper cleaning and exam. However, some individuals may have to see their dentist’s office more than twice so that they can have procedures such as fillings, crowns, [...]

2013-07-12T18:25:17-04:00By |Dental Crowns|Comments Off on Dental Crowns are Explained to Shelby Township Patients

Shelby Township Dental Office Explains Holistic Dentistry

Here at HPS Advanced Dental the question of “what is holistic dentistry and how is it different than traditional dentistry” comes up quite a bit. The truthful answer is that each dentist office is unique and practices in a manner which is unique to that office and there isn’t one particular dental office which can [...]

2013-03-21T16:47:08-04:00By |Holistic Dentistry|Comments Off on Shelby Township Dental Office Explains Holistic Dentistry

It’s Much More Than “Just a Cleaning”

More and more dentists now incorporate routine exams inside the oral cavity and the outside of head and neck into their hygiene appointments to screen for a host of oral diseases, including gum disease and oral cancer. Unfortunately, not all early signs of disease can be seen by the naked eye. At our practice we do much more. Advances in technology have made it possible for dentists to offer non-invasive screening tests to help identify patients that are at higer risk for developing head and neck cancers and gum disease and to detect these diseases at an early stage. At our office we utilize 3 screening tools, in addition to the examination of the oral cavity and head and neck, to help identify at risk patients that we serve. They include individualized Oral Health Scores, a light based screening tool for the oral cavity, and a saliva test that measures the amount of human papillomavirus in your mouth.

2013-07-12T16:23:04-04:00By |oral cancer, Oral Healthcare, Wellness Dentistry|Comments Off on It’s Much More Than “Just a Cleaning”

Cosmetic Dentistry – It’s Not Just For Looks

Cosmetic Dentistry. It brings to mind the photos of your favorite movie star with their $1 Million smile that probably cost that much to get. What is often times missing from the doctor-patient discussion regarding cosmetic dental procedures is the health benefits of having these procedures done. You might be wondering, “How can cosmetic dentistry benefit my health?” It’s a great question, one that many dental professionals do not regularly communicate to their patients. Cosmetic procedures include teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, dental implants, and Invisalign© Invisible Braces, just to name a few. All of these procedures have benefits that can affect your oral health and total wellness.

2013-07-12T16:22:58-04:00By |cosmetic dentistry, Oral Healthcare, Periodontal (Gum) Disease|Comments Off on Cosmetic Dentistry – It’s Not Just For Looks

Help Take a Bite Out of Oral Cancer

Screening for the early warning signs of oral cancer is one of the most important reasons why you should visit the dentist on a regular basis. More than 34,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year. It will cause over 8,000 deaths, killing roughly 1 person per hour, 24 hours per day. The bottom line for everyone: See your dentist; it may save your life. It is our goal to have 100% of our practice family screened for oral cancer on a yearly basis. It is important to realize that a visit to our office is no longer about a filling, a crown, or “just a cleaning,” but can actually be a matter of life and death. Dental examinations, when properly done and which include a screening for oral cancer will save lives.

2013-07-12T16:24:18-04:00By |oral cancer, Oral Healthcare|Comments Off on Help Take a Bite Out of Oral Cancer
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