Common questions, Dental tips, and how tos
Our Tips For Keeping Your Teeth Healthy During The Coronavirus Outbreak
If you aren’t able to see your dentist in Redmond due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak you may be wondering what steps you can take to keep your smile healthy and strong until you can get routine dental care.
The Dental Implant Timeline: What To Expect From Your Treatment
If you’re interested in dental implants in Redmond from Dr. Daniel Bickel, you may be wondering what to expect from your treatment at Redmond Art of Dentistry. Read on to explore the dental implant process and timeline, and learn everything you need to know.
At-Home Oral Care Best Practices
When it comes to your at-home oral hygiene routine, there is always room for improvement. And the more effectively you care for your teeth, the less like you are to experience issues like tooth decay and gum disease. Wondering what steps you can take to improve your dental health? Take a look at these at-home oral care best practices from Redmond Art of Dentistry.
Itchy Gums? Here’s What It Means
If you’ve recently started noticing that your gums feel itchy and irritated, you might be wondering what’s happening. Is this a serious issue? Should you see your dentist? What can cause itchy gums?
Dental Bonding Vs. Veneers: What’s Right For Me?
Dental bonding and veneers are two cosmetic dentistry procedures that are meant to cover up the front surfaces of your teeth to enhance your smile’s appearance.
Use Your Dental Benefits Before The End Of The Year (Or Lose Them!)
Did you know that your dental benefits roll over each year, and that you may not be making the most of your insurance policy? The team at Redmond Art of Dentistry will explain how you can make the most of your benefits each year, and get the care you need before your plan rolls over.
Dental Implants Vs. Dental Bridges
Dental Implants vs. Dental Bridges: 5 Major Differences Between These Treatments! If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may be wondering what restorative treatment is right for you.
Answering Your Top Periodontal Disease FAQs: Protect Your Gums!
Periodontal (gum) disease has been estimated to affect nearly 50% of American adults, though many people suffering from the condition are unaware that they have it.