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Summer: The Perfect Time to Get Dental Implants!

July 22, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 3:42 pm
Woman with dental implants smiling outside

Every year, over 500,000 people choose dental implants to replace their missing teeth. With the variety of unique health and lifestyle benefits that come with dental implants, it’s no surprise why. However, this treatment does require a special process over the course of a few months. That may leave you wondering, “When is the best time to get dental implants?” Read to learn why there is no time like the present – summer is the perfect opportunity to restore your smile.


5 Reasons to Visit Your Dentist Before Going Back to College

June 10, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 5:52 pm
a college student moving into their dorm

Summer break is almost over, and after spending last year cooped up in your house taking online classes, you’re probably stoked to get back on campus. With the Covid vaccine becoming more accessible, schools and businesses are beginning to allow more in-person interactions. Before you head back on campus, there’s one thing that you should do though, and that’s visit your dentist for a checkup and cleaning. Here are five reasons to schedule a dental appointment before leaving home for college.


4 Great Dental Habits That You’re Probably Forgetting!

May 27, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 1:30 pm
Woman smiling while practicing great oral healthcare

Dental care is all about the basics at home. You may think you’re doing all you can to care for your oral health, however there are a few steps that most forget to work into their daily routine. That’s why your dentist has compiled a list of the top 4 habits that often go overlooked when it comes to at home dental hygiene. Keep reading to find out how to better care for your teeth!


Enjoy Fun in the Sun While Protecting Your Lips

April 24, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 7:51 pm
Woman protecting her lips from the sun while smiling outside

You may only think about your teeth when it comes to oral health care, but there is a part of your mouth that is often forgotten: your lips. Neglecting your lips can be bad news, especially when the sun is out and shining. The skin on your lips is not only thinner, but it also contains less melanin, making it more susceptible to harmful sun damage. Read on to learn how to protect your lips so you can stay healthy and smiling even during the brightest months of the year.


Big Upcoming Event? Here’s When to Whiten Your Teeth!

March 13, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 8:27 pm
Woman smiling after getting her teeth whitened

Looking at your calendar, do you have any events on the horizon? Everyone is ready to get back to celebrating with friends and family – weddings, showers, all types of gatherings. You’re probably doing all you can to make sure you look (and feel) your best. If your teeth are looking a little yellow or stained, your confidence could be affected, which is why teeth whitening is a great option. But when is the best time to whiten your smile in preparation for an upcoming event? The answer is: it depends! 


Our Dental Office: The Safest Place to Go!

February 3, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 8:50 pm
Man smiling while wearing a mask and practicing COVID safety

Living with COVID-19 as a risk has meant wearing a mask, extra cleaning, and dramatic lifestyle changes, which includes reassessing the places you visit outside your home. Many businesses have reported cases of the Coronavirus, but dentistry is different. Because of practices like ours, the chance of catching and spreading COVID while visiting the dentist is incredibly low. But why? Keep reading to learn about the extra steps we take every day at Day Hill Dental for ultimate COVID safety and peace of mind for our patients.


Why Now is the Best Time to Join Our Loyalty Plan!

January 1, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 4:53 pm
Woman in dental chair after joining Loyalty Plan at Day Hill

The new year is here, and for most, it means a time of reevaluation. Whether it’s your business, eating habits, exercise, or hobbies, it can feel good to start something new with the new year. If you have dental insurance, now is usually the time that your benefits restart. If you’re not covered, you’re probably looking for a way to get affordable dentistry. Thankfully, we can help with both cases by offering our cost-effective Loyalty Plan at Day Hill Dental. Read on to learn about the benefits of this plan as well as why now is the best time to join!


Dry Mouth? Keep Wearing a Mask, but Prevent Your Mouth from Drying Out!

December 11, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 8:54 pm
Woman wearing mask while avoiding mask mouth

If you’re following protocol to reduce your and others’ risk of COVID-19, you may have noticed your mouth is drier. Of course, preventing the spread of the virus is more important than a little dry mouth, but why does this problem occur? Is there a way to prevent feeling that dryness in your mouth? Read on to learn the answers!


Got Mask Breath? Here’s How to Prevent It!

November 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 8:11 pm
Woman smiling with mask

We’re all adjusting to a “new normal” living with COVID-19. One of the most significant changes is wearing a mask.  It is always a good idea to switch out your mask (or wash your fabric one) to ensure that you’re always using a clean one.  You may have noticed an odor while you are wearing your mask. Surprise! This may not be the mask itself; it may be your breath. Read on to learn how to prevent bad breath for a more enjoyable mask wearing experience.


Is COVID-19 Causing More People to Grind and Clench Their Teeth?

November 4, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dayhilldental @ 10:09 pm
a young woman lying in bed asleep and grinding her teeth

It’s no secret that COVID-19 is continuing to negatively impact people’s lives on a daily basis. Whether it is losing a job, experiencing financial hardship, dealing with symptoms associated with the virus, or the stress of what is to come, it is safe to say this global pandemic is wreaking far more havoc than originally thought. If the added anxiety and worry is causing you pain in your oral and facial structures, it may be that you are grinding and clenching your teeth – a common problem experienced by both children and adults. A local dentist explains how stress can negatively impact your smile and what you can do to avoid further damage.

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