General Dentistry

Teen Teeth: Adolescent Oral Health

If you are a teenager or the parent of a teenager, this Dental Designs of Owensboro post is for you. We’ll discuss dental issues of special concern to adolescents. Dental risks for teens include both developmental and lifestyle-related factors. At our practice, we see decay and gum disease far too often in teens. Possible causes

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Crowning Achievements In Dentistry

This message from Dental Designs of Owensboro looks at one of the miracles of modern dentistry: the dental restoration. Let’s pretend you are a biomedical engineer working in the field of dentistry before the introduction of dental restorations. The men and women of your generation who have missing or damaged teeth want to repair or

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Does Your Teen Have Unique Dental Challenges?

When it comes to dental health, adolescence is a pivotal time for young adults. It’s essential they keep up with their dental care with daily brushing and regular checkups at Dental Designs of Owensboro. The early teens are when the last of the permanent teeth come in. Good habits can be forged and reinforced. Teeth

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How Does Your Overall Health Affect Your Smile?

Good dental health means having healthy teeth and gums. Maintaining it is something that you have to work at every day. It can be a real balancing act: using the right oral care products, your personal oral care habits, and seeing us at Dental Designs of Owensboro for regular checkups. Did you know your dental

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Are Dental Sealants the Same as Dental Fillings?

Dental sealants can play a critical role in children’s dental health. There is some confusion, however, about exactly what they are. At Dental Designs of Owensboro, we know that some parents might not realize the critical differences between sealants and fillings. So, we are here to set the record straight! How do Dental Sealants and

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What’s New In Dentistry?

The world of dentistry continues to advance at a rapid pace. If you have visited your dentist lately, you have probably noticed some things that make your visit more comfortable. Offices are now equipped so you can watch TV or listen to music while receiving treatment. At Dental Designs of Owensboro, we combine this kind

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You Won’t Be Out Cold (Unless You Want To Be!)

Does your heart start pounding at the mere thought of having a cavity filled? Do you get sweaty palms when you drive by a dental practice? If you cope with dental anxiety, then sedation dentistry from Dental Designs of Owensboro can help. Dental anxiety is common: millions of Americans dread going to the dentist. In

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Oral Cancer: Early Diagnosis Makes A Big Difference

Cancer remains one of the scariest diagnoses anyone can get. Oral cancer is especially frightening, because it generally has a higher mortality rate than other cancers. Please keep reading this post from Dental Designs of Owensboro, because we actually have some encouraging things to tell you. The reason that the death rate for oral cancer

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Why Fluoride Is Essential For Your Child’s Oral Health

This message from Dental Designs of Owensboro is about fluoride, and its role in dental health. Fluoride is a mineral that helps teeth stay strong. It is found in some foods and water, and is added to many toothpastes. Fluoride plays a key role in children’s dental health. Kids should start using fluoride toothpaste when

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Help! My Crown Came Off!

You are chewing an apple and hear an odd sound, then something in your mouth feels wrong. One of your crowns has come loose. Don’t panic! Chances are, the crown can be re-cemented at Dental Designs of Owensboro. What do you do when your dental crown comes off? It’s critical that you take the following

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