North Shore Family Dentistry Blog
May 22, 2019
You may be surprised to learn that missing teeth are not unusual; according to the American Dental Association, the average adult between ages 20 and 64 has three or more decayed or missing teeth. If you’re in this group, you’ve probably experienced on how a gap in your smile can affect your self-confidence. But most importantly, there can be serious negative effects on your health. Here’s what could happen if your missing teeth aren’t replaced – and how dentures or dental implants in Skokie can help you stay well.
March 25, 2019
Your missing teeth have drastically affected your self-confidence and little day-to-day tasks like how you talk and eat. You visited your dentist, and are overwhelmed by your choices, but you need to make a huge decision on whether to invest in dentures or dental implants in Skokie. You’ve probably heard downsides and upsides about both, but you want to make an informed decision based on facts. You recognize the importance of your teeth and don’t want to take any shortcuts replacing them. Read on to get the vital information so you can make the best decision for teeth replacement based on your needs. (more…)
October 9, 2018
Every year, more Baby Boomers become senior citizens. The senior spectrum ranges from active 90-year-olds to declining 70-year-olds. There is, however, one thing all seniors can do to improve their health and possibly extend their longevity, too. They must take care of their teeth and gums. A Skokie dentist can do a lot to help older patients avoid tooth loss and other dental problems. Read on to learn what you can do for your smile throughout the aging process.
September 11, 2018
Here at North Shore Family Dentistry, our goal is to help you have excellent oral health — and to provide you with amazing service that makes you feel like you’re part of our family. That’s why we’ve started up our blog. We will use it as a means to keep you informed of all the exciting things going on at our practice and to give you insightful tips into how you can maintain a healthy mouth. We hope it will help you to trust us as your dentist in Skokie!