1. Signs of Gum Disease love to smile overland park

    Signs of Gum Disease

    While many diseases cannot be prevented, such as hereditary diseases, there are diseases that can be prevented. One of these is gum disease. Gum disease, or periodontitis, is a disease where an infection can harm your gums and cause tooth loss. For the most part, gum disease occurs because of a lack…Read More

  2. Tips to Prevent Cavities

    In our last blog post, we discussed the types of dental fillings available today. Dental fillings are the substances that replace the rotted part of your tooth, or cavities. Once all of the decay has been cleaned out, the decay will stop, and your tooth will be preserved with good care. Love to Smil…Read More

  3. Types of Fillings love to smile overland park

    Types of Fillings

    No one likes having a cavity. Even if it's not painful, it's annoying to say the least. You have to go to the dentist, have your tooth numbed, have the bad parts drilled out, and then you have to replace that hole with a substance so that the rest of your tooth stays intact. Afterwards, you are left…Read More

  4. Signs You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

    The dentists here at Love to Smile are passionate about helping you have the best smile possible. We do this by helping you with your preventative dentistry needs, which entails your regular dental checkups, cleanings, and exams. We offer sealants, root canals, teeth whitening, custom mouthguards, I…Read More

  5. What to Expect At Your Dental Checkup love to smile overland park

    What to Expect At Your Dental Checkup

    Many people don't like the dentist. Perhaps they had a bad experience as a child, or they just don't particularly like the entire dental experience. Whatever the case may be, seeing a dentist on a regular basis is crucial for your oral health. Love to Smile is a dental office with three locations in…Read More

  6. Tips to Pick Out a Toothbrush

    Ideally, you are brushing your teeth at least twice a day (in the morning and before bed), you are flossing, and you are protecting your teeth when needed, such as wearing a mouthguard when playing contact sports. You are doing everything you can to have good oral health care. So when it comes to th…Read More

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    Habits for Good Oral Health

    When it comes to our oral health, it's crucial to maintain everyday care to earn long-term health. Consistent good habits ensure that our teeth remain clean, and our gums remain healthy. Meanwhile, bad habits can lead to any number of problems, ranging from lost teeth to cavities to oral cancer. For…Read More

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    Water Flossers Versus Traditional Floss

    In the last few years, water flossers have entered the market, innovating how we clean our teeth and improve our oral health. Water flossers help us to clear away food debris and bacteria that can cause plaque by spraying an effective yet gentle blast of water on teeth, which is especially useful fo…Read More

  9. Dental Patient Holding Jaw in Pain

    How to Overcome Fear of the Dentist

    It’s an unfortunate truth, but some people have a fear of the dentist. Adults and children alike may want to avoid a visit to the dental office out of fear of pain and discomfort. However, we all know that regular checkups and cleanings are a crucial part of good oral health. So how can we overcom…Read More

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    Food and Drink Children Should Avoid

    A child’s formative years are especially crucial to begin proper oral cleaning and care. And it’s just as important (if not moreso) to encourage children to eat right in order to improve their health from head to toe. Often, however, parents neglect to think about how the food and drink that the…Read More