We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
A beautiful smile can enhance your appearance immeasurably. But what if your smile isn’t so great? If you have crooked teeth or other issues that make you hesitant to smile, then the Invisalign aligner trays can gently and discreetly reshape your smile into the perfect alignment. Since the trays are clear, no one will know that you’re wearing braces. Many…Continue reading
More than 22 million Americans are afflicted with sleep apnea, which is a disorder that interrupts breathing when the individual is asleep. When left untreated, sleep apnea can cause several physical problems. However, if you know the signs and symptoms of the disorder, you’ll be able to seek treatment. What Are the Types of Sleep Apnea? There are several types…Continue reading
An article published in The New York Times in recent months indicates that dentists are seeing many more patients with symptoms most commonly associated with bruxism. Some of these symptoms include headaches, migraines and damage to teeth that requires the help of a professional dental team to address effectively. At College Park Dental, we offer practical solutions to help you and your…Continue reading
According to the Mayo Clinic, the overall condition of your oral health plays a vital role in your overall health. This means that keeping up excellent oral hygiene routines at home and seeing your dentist on a regular basis are key elements when it comes keeping your mouth healthy. Maintaining excellent oral health also assists in reducing your chances of…Continue reading
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that 52% of people in the 20-to-64 age range are missing at least one tooth. Among those in the 40-to-64 age range, 66% are missing one or more of their teeth. Additionally, about 20% of people aged 65 and older have experienced complete tooth loss. Whether you’ve lost one tooth…Continue reading
Gingivitis: Symptoms and Causes Do you see a little bit of blood while you floss or even just brush your teeth? Is your breath not as fresh as it usually is even after brushing? These are two indications that you might have gingivitis, which is the first stage of periodontal disease, also referred to as gum disease. Read on to…Continue reading
Most of us will experience a dental emergency such as a toothache or damaged tooth at some point in our lives. Prompt treatment from a knowledgeable dentist will not only stop the pain, but it can also prevent long-term damage to the tooth and the need for more expensive and invasive procedures later. We are proud to offer affordable, quality…Continue reading
5 Reasons You Want a Dental Implant to Replace Missing Teeth Have you lost a tooth due to damage or disease? You can replace the missing tooth with dentures, a bridge, or a dental implant. But today, both dentists and patients agree that a dental implant is the most comfortable, best looking, and long-lasting tooth replacement option. What is a…Continue reading
When it comes to correcting teeth, you have many options. If you want a stronger solution than both cosmetic dentistry veneers and cosmetic dental bonding, then dental crowns and bridges will be best choices for you. Use this helpful guide to decide between crowns and bridges. The Real Deal on Dental Crowns Dental crowns are used to cover a decayed…Continue reading
There are countless over the counter dental products available on the market today. Mouth wash or rinse is one of the most popular products offered – each with its own set of unique benefits. Some mouth rinses have purely breath freshening benefits offering little other service. However many others offer antiseptic qualities and kill germs within your mouth. It is…Continue reading