Our Sycamore Hills Dentistry team attended the Dancing with the Fort Wayne Stars fundraiser to support the Carriage House. Learn about this fantastic organization on our blog post! How can YOU give back to our community this holiday season?
Read our blog post to discover what may be causing your gums to bleed. We also suggest tips to improve the health of your bleeding gums. Contact us for additional help caring for your oral health!
Don’t ignore your toothache! Read Sycamore Hills Dentistry’s blog to learn about root canal therapy: what it is, why you may need it, and if it’s painful.
Read Sycamore Hills Dentistry’s blog to learn why postponing cavity treatment can harm your oral health & overall health. Schedule your biannual checkup!
Sycamore Hills Dentistry wants to help you maintain great oral hygiene when you’re not in our chair. Find the latest info on dentistry on our blog. Call us!
Read Sycamore Hills Dentistry’s blog to discover how oral hygiene affects digestion, hormones, and more. Improve energy levels with great oral care—call us!
Read Sycamore Hills Dentistry’s blog to discover how your oral health is related to your overall health. Promote a healthy mouth & healthy body—contact us!
There are many things we all must do despite not wanting to do them. In order to lose weight, you need to give up that sugary sweet tea or soft drink that you enjoy and force your body to move more. If you want to sleep better at night, you need to stop work earlier, put your device down at 7 p.m., and go to sleep at a reasonable hour. Now, these examples are not ones that are easy for most people by any means – they are simply what is required to achieve desired results.
We get it – putting off your bi-yearly dental appointment is enticing. It is hard to plan six months in advance. However, we hope you know how vital these appointments are to your oral health. These dental visits allow us to properly clean your teeth and evaluate them for any signs of cavities, gum disease, or other issues.
Many people correlate oral complications like gum disease with adulthood because they are under the assumption that gum disease is a byproduct of age. While a vast majority of gum disease does indeed affect adults, it also impacts thousands of young children each year.