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Can I Fly After Getting Dental Implants?

April 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 4:44 am
smiling woman at an airport

Dental implants are one of the most popular tooth replacement options, but they’re also the only one that requires surgery. That means that dental implant aftercare tends to be much more involved than other tooth replacement options.

If you took time off to recover from dental implant surgery, you may want to live that to the fullest. For you, that might involve taking a trip. However, flying can sometimes be a problem after certain surgeries. If you’re looking to take a flight after dental implant surgery, here’s what you should know.


Experiencing Facial Pain? It Could One of These Dental Emergencies

March 8, 2023

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a woman visiting her emergency dentist for facial pain

You’re going along with your day just fine until you begin to experience major discomfort in your face. While sometimes random pains can go away on their own, if it lingers in your mouth, cheeks, or forehead, it could be a sign of an oral health issue. If that’s the case, it’s best to go see your emergency dentist as soon as possible before the symptoms become worse. Here are three common dental emergencies that cause facial pain and would require getting help from a dental professional.


Can People Who Haven’t Had Teeth for a While Get Dentures?

February 8, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 11:41 pm
older person with dentures smiling

Dentures are a common way to fill in gaps in one’s smile, whether it’s several or all of their pearly whites. They are durable, long-lasting, and have been around for years giving people full beams. If it’s been a while since you’ve lost your teeth or had them pulled, you may be wondering if you’re still eligible to get dentures. Keep reading to learn if this is possible.


The Top 3 Winter Mouth Issues You Need to Watch Out For

January 8, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 7:41 pm
Picture of a smiling child sledding in the snow

January is when temperatures really start to drop, so it’s a good idea to get ready for cold weather. For you, that may mean shopping for winter clothes or stocking up on rock salt, but you should also think about how the cold weather will affect your teeth.

As it turns out, there are quite a few ways that cold weather can put you at risk for oral health problems. Here are some of the most common ones, along with how you can prevent them.


How to Care for SureSmile Aligners

December 16, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 5:53 am
A woman wearing SureSmile clear aligners

If you’re starting a SureSmile treatment, you likely feel pretty excited. After all, this service can straighten your teeth in roughly a year! However, keep in mind that clear aligners only work when they’re well-maintained. Without proper care, then, your SureSmile trays won’t give you a newly-straightened smile. Fortunately, your Fargo dentist is here with some helpful guidance. Read on to learn three helpful tips on caring for aligner trays.


Easing Discomfort from Clear Aligners

November 12, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 12:45 am

Woman in pain with her hand on her faceIf you’re ready to fix your bite and alignment using the clear choice in orthodontics, you’re making a wise investment for a straight smile. Clear aligners are a discreet alternative to brackets and wires. Not to mention, their smooth, sleek design provides more comfort than metal braces. Although you won’t have any metal pieces irritating the insides of your lips and cheeks, you can expect some minor pain after getting your aligners. Don’t worry, here’s how you can ease any Invisalign discomfort for an easy transition. 


4 Tips on How to Best Care for Your Dentures

October 14, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 10:06 pm
woman holding dentures

Humans have been using false teeth for thousands of years. The earliest crude form of dentures dates to 700 B.C. They were made by the Etruscans who used ivory as a base and hand-carved animal bones for the teeth. Thanks to technology, current dentures are incredibly lifelike, durable, and comfortable. But they still require care so you can maintain excellent oral health and help them to last as long as possible. Here are four tips on how to best care for your dentures so you can get the most out of our smile!


Can You Die from Untreated Sleep Apnea?

September 14, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 7:31 pm

Comparison of normal and sleep apnea airwaysDid you know that 18 million Americans have sleep apnea, a disorder that causes frequent breathing disruptions? However, research has found up to 80% of people with mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) aren’t diagnosed. Many people have signs of the disorder but don’t think it’s too concerning. Unfortunately, snoring and a bad night’s rest aren’t the only concerns. You can be at risk of life-threatening dangers with no intervention. If you’ve been ignoring your symptoms, here’s why your life might depend on getting the right treatment.


5 Complications of Slipping Dentures

September 12, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 1:11 am

Older woman at appointment for denturesNew technologies and materials allow dentures to closely look and feel natural. They’ll fit your mouth like a glove using suction to stay in place. However, it’s normal for dentures to slip over the years because your mouth changes shape naturally. Without routine adjustments, your dentures can irritate your soft tissues, slip, or they may even fall out, but those aren’t the only concerns. Here are 5 risks of ill-fitting dentures.


Can a Sleep Diary Help Diagnose Sleep Apnea?

August 25, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cstonedentalfargo @ 8:38 pm
woman writing in sleep diary

Feeling tired even after getting a full night of sleep? Having difficulty concentrating throughout the day? If your quality of rest constantly feels like it’s not enough, you may have a sleep disorder. The first thing you should do is schedule a visit with your primary care physician or sleep specialist to discuss your symptoms. In preparation for your appointment, you can keep a sleep diary to help figure out why you’re having trouble sleeping. Below, you’ll learn how this journal can give you and your doctor valuable insight that can help diagnose sleep apnea.

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