We don’t know about you, but we can’t believe the holiday season has ended and we have started 2023! Being that we are in Wisconsin, we have our fair share of snow storms to last us through the winter and beyond. Aside from the snow, one of the other problems that occurs during the winter is illness. While we all know how to protect ourselves from illness, some germs still manage to sneak into our bodies. We want to share the importance of continuing to care for your oral health even when you are feeling under the weather. Failure to care for your teeth properly can lead to major consequences in the future.
Do you feel self-conscious about the smell of your breath? Do you find yourself keeping your distance when speaking to others? It is not uncommon to experience bad breath from time to time, especially after eating certain foods such as garlic and onions. Usually the problem is resolved once you are able to rush and floss your teeth. The problem becomes more serious when you experience frequent bad breath and you are not sure of the cause. Persistent breath issues can be a warning that something is wrong with your oral health. Continue reading to learn more about what can cause bad breath.
Do you have unexplained jaw discomfort or tenderness in your jaw when you eat or hear a clicking sound when you open and close your mouth, even when talking or yawning? There is a chance that you might be suffering from TMD.
After a baby is born, it is so exciting to enjoy and show off any milestones as they occur. Nothing is more thrilling than hearing a baby babble for the first time. As time moves along, it’s not uncommon for many toddlers to experience some form of speech impediment or delay.
Have you ever wished that some treatments could be more comfortable so you could have a more pleasant experience? Sometimes, there’s just no getting around the fact that a particular treatment is difficult or uncomfortable.
With all the caution that needs to be practiced during this time and per the recommendations of the American Dental Association and the Wisconsin Dental Association, Kewaskum Family Dentistry will start to see patients on a non-emergent basis May 11th, 2020. There are going to be some changes in how we operate the clinic as we start to reopen the practice. Read more to see the new protocols and changes.
Dr. Klasinski visits 1st grade class to speak on dental health How do you ensure a lifelong habit of good dental hygiene? Start teaching children at a young age the importance of dental health. Dr. Sara Klasinksi had the opportunity to do just that then when she visited the i4 Learning Community School during National…