1. What We Know About Tartar: Part One

    Tartar is a little-known substance that grows and coats our teeth that the lovely dental hygienists get to pick and prod at, at a routine exam! What exactly is tartar and does it lead to tooth decay? Is tartar the result of being lazy and having harmful dental health habits, or is it a result of gen…Read More

  2. When Sippy Cups and Binkies Attack!

    Does your child use a binky (pacifier) or sippy cup on a regular basis? While both objects serve a purpose for your child, they can wreak havoc on their dental health. As a parent or caregiver, you likely spend hours educating yourself on the best care to give your child. From cloth diapers that hel…Read More

  3. Interesting and Uncommon Ways To Protect Your Teeth From Cavities

    We all know the common and accepted ways to prevent cavities — it happens through preventative dental care both at-home and with your local dentist. At home, it’s highly encouraged to brush twice per day and floss at least once, and go to the dentist’s office for a routine teeth cleaning twice…Read More

  4. Common Dental Emergencies Seen In Colorado

    Dental emergencies are not only traumatic, but they can be difficult to navigate for those who don’t have dental experience. After all, we’re trained in first-aid procedures such as “RICE” (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) when we sprain or break a bone or to “stop, drop, and roll” if …Read More

  5. Do Probiotics Belong In Your Dental Care Routine?

    The case for probiotics has been made. They are wonderful for gut health, brain health, and improved immunity. These beneficial bugs can be taken to help support Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and autoimmune diseases including lupus. Because there is such an interest in probiotics and the role they …Read More

  6. How Stress Affects Your Dental Health

    The impact of stress is both beneficial and harmful to the overall state of our health. Stress allows you to flee from dangerous situations and it also prepares you for a job interview or a presentation. Oppositely and more commonly, stress is more damaging to our bodies and long-term stress may har…Read More

  7. How To Tackle Your Teeth With Dental Care

    In our last blog, we covered ways in which food and drinks can support the health of your mouth. We know now that your mouth can indicate much more about your overall health than we once thought. It can show signs of nutritional deficiencies, diabetes, heart issues, and general infection.   There i…Read More

  8. The Best Foods For Oral Health

    After a holiday season of enjoying — and maybe indulging a little too much — delicious cookies and candies your teeth may need a reprieve! Visit any local dentist (hopefully it’s us!) and they’ll declare to you why sugar is so bad for oral health. So why is sugar so bad for your teeth? Your …Read More

  9. Your (Protected) Dental Records

    Convenient and Secure Digital Records Precision Dental of Windsor maintains patient records and radiographs digitally for fast and accurate communication with other practitioners. This technology also allows us to provide the lowest dose of radiation possible. We also take our patients’ privacy ve…Read More

  10. Not Common — Not Easily Seen

    Sometimes patients are surprised by what we find during their exam.  This post is to share some findings that need x-ray equipment to see or are difficult to see at home.  These are NOT common, however, they are good examples of what can go unnoticed. Again, these are NOT common; however, th…Read More