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12 Holiday Tips for Healthy Teeth

The holiday season is here and we want to wish all our patients a happy holiday season. No matter what you celebrate at this time of year, we want you to be safe and enjoy your family at this important time of year.

Dec 16th, 2021
iTero! What it means for you.

Less Mess. Rather than using goopy putty and trays to create impressions, the iTero scanner is a handheld wand. Less Stress. Creating molds of different areas of your mouth could be quite a time-consuming and stressful process. More Precision.

Oct 6th, 2021
Waterlase Laser For Gum Disease

What is Gum Disease? Gum disease is an infection of the tissue that surround & support your teeth. It is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Gum Disease is usually painless you may not know you have it. Referred as Periodontal disease, cause by plaque.

Sep 15th, 2019

New Year, new you, right? Of course! While you’re jotting down your resolutions, don’t let your dental health go unnoticed! Recent polls have shown that one in three adults in the U.S. didn’t visit the dentist at all this year! And we can’t have that!!

Dec 31st, 2021
4 New Year's Resolutions For your Dental Health

Who said they are going to lose weight or exercise every single day? Yeah us too! Here are 4 realistic and obtainable New Year’s Resolutions that you can easily implement to increase your health and happiness this year.

Dec 22nd, 2021
Invisalign! How it works for you.

You get customized treatment based on years of research and intelligence from millions of patients. No guesswork, straightens your teeth more predictably Convenient clear aligners that are discreet and don't interrupt your life Any age. Any Activity

Nov 1st, 2021
IV sedation

Intravenous Sedation (IV) is a method for administering sedative medications directly into the bloodstream. This allows for the sedative medications to be absorbed in a safe and effective manner for each individual patient's needs.

Mar 3rd, 2020
Drowsy Driving Is As Dangerous As Drunk Driving

Out Late? Long Day? Sleepy? Don't Drive! Drowsy driving is as dangerous as drunk driving. Teens have the highest risk.Each year drowsy drivers cause at least 100,000 accidents. Sadly, many of these crashes are fatal. No one is safe when you drive drowsy.

Oct 21st, 2019

WHAT CAN IT DO? Clear aligners can treat a wide variety of issues that keep people from achieving their ideal smiles. Straighter teeth don't just look better; they work better too.

Oct 14th, 2019
Getting Help for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Your sleep impacts every aspect of your health & daily life. Sleeping well helps you look, feel & perform your best. But a sleep problem can be harmful for your health & well-being. Two most common sleep problems are snoring & obstructive sleep apnea.

Oct 9th, 2019
Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation

Why Do Gums Recede? - Periodontal disease: These are bacterial gum infections that destroy gum tissue and the supporting bone that holds teeth in place. Gum disease is the main cause of gum recession and loss of teeth.

Sep 30th, 2019
What Are Hybrid Implant Dentures, and Why Are They So Popular?

What Are Hybrid Implant Dentures, and Why Are They So Popular? If you’re missing most or all of your teeth, there are several tooth replacement options that may benefit you. Dental implants are widely considered the very best tooth replacement option, but

Jun 18th, 2017
How to Tell if You Need a Dental Crown

Dental crowns can serve a variety of purposes. Whether you’re looking to improve the appearance of your teeth or repair a damaged or decayed tooth, a crown is a great way to protect your teeth from wear, extend the life of damaged teeth, or simply make you

Apr 23rd, 2017
Is Mouthwash Safe for Children? What You Need to Know

Using a brand name mouthwash is a great way to keep your gums healthy and prevent the development of gingivitis, making it an essential part of a standard oral hygiene routine. And when it comes to teaching your children proper oral hygiene, starting early

Apr 18th, 2017
Getting a Dental Crown in Tucson? 3 Tips to Help You Recover

Getting a Dental Crown in Tucson? 3 Tips to Help You Recover Dental crowns are a highly effective method of repairing damaged teeth or fixing cosmetic issues. However, the dental crown placement procedure can result in mild discomfort, and will require you

Jun 18th, 2016
Can Children Receive Dental Crowns?

Can Children Receive Dental Crowns? A dental crown is a great way to restore lost integrity to a damaged or severely decayed tooth while simultaneously restoring the tooth’s appearance. And while dental crowns are a common treatment among adult patients, t

May 18th, 2016
Bedside Manner: Choosing a Dentist You’ll Love to See

Bedside Manner: Choosing a Dentist You’ll Love to See Finding a great dentist can be a struggle. And if you’re someone who cares about how your dentist treats you – not just as a patient, but also as a person – then you’ll want to expand your search criter

Apr 18th, 2016
What is a Dental Bridge and How Does it Work?

If you’re missing one or more teeth, there are several different options that you could use to replace your pearly whites and regain your smile. Dental implants are the most modern and advanced methods of replacing missing teeth, but they’re also the most

Apr 18th, 2016
Can a Crown Be Used for Purely Cosmetic Purposes?

Can a Crown Be Used for Purely Cosmetic Purposes? If you’re not happy with the way your teeth look, you may be considering a dental crown as a means of getting the smile you’ve always wanted. And although it’s fairly common knowledge that dental crowns can

Feb 18th, 2016
What Are Invisible Braces, and How Do They Work?

What Are Invisible Braces, and How Do They Work? Having crooked teeth is an embarrassing problem, and it’s one that can impact your long-term oral health. If you tend to do a lot of public speaking, you might be feeling self-conscious about your teeth. In

Feb 18th, 2016
How to Choose a Toothbrush: Factors You Need to Look For

How to Choose a Toothbrush: Factors You Need to Look For If your oral health is important to you, then you probably already brush your teeth twice a day – and you know you need to replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. But what should you look for wh

Feb 18th, 2016
Are Fruit Juices Better for My Teeth Than Soda?

Are Fruit Juices Better for My Teeth Than Soda? If you’ve been following the latest health trends, then you’ve undoubtedly heard that fruit juice is in. Health gurus claim that it’s an easy way to get essential vitamins and other nutrients. But your dentis

Jan 18th, 2016
Is Alcohol-Based Mouthwash Bad for Your Teeth?

You probably already know that you should be using a mouthwash if you want to keep your mouth healthy. In addition to stopping bacteria in its tracks, mouthwash does a great job of removing plaque and debris from between your teeth and along your gumline,

Jan 18th, 2016
Dental Insurance: Do You Know What You’re Covered For?

Dental insurance is a basic necessity, but for those who don’t have an employer-sponsored dental plan, finding the right coverage can be a struggle. There are dozens of providers with hundreds of plans to choose from, each with its own limits and definitio

Jan 1st, 2016
Happy Holidays from Badie Dental!

This is truly a special time of year, when people from all walks of life come together to enjoy good food, good company, and good fun. Here at Badie Dental, we’ll be taking the holidays off to spend time with our families and reflect on the past year. Our

Dec 16th, 2015
 Diabetes and Oral Health: What You Need To Know

Diabetes and Oral Health: What You Need to Know Diabetes is a chronic condition that can affect nearly every part of the body, including the teeth and gums. That’s why dentists make diabetes management a major priority for diabetic patients. Although i

Dec 3rd, 2015
Can Dental Implants Really Cause Migraines? No - Here's Why

 Can Dental Implants Really Cause Migraines? No – Here’s Why Photo credit: “Single crown implant” by Ian Furst. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. ( If you’re missing one or more teeth, you’ve likely heard that a

Nov 17th, 2015
The Great Dental Debate: Is Coffee Bad For Your Teeth?

The Great Dental Debate: Is Coffee Bad For Your Teeth? If you’re a coffee drinker, or if you’ve been keeping up on recent health news, you’re probably familiar with the old line that coffee is bad for your teeth. It most certainly does cause staining,

Nov 16th, 2015
What Are Dental Sealants, and How Do They Work?

 What Are Dental Sealants, and How Do They Work? Photo credit: Wikimedia user Politikaner. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. (   Keeping your teeth free of decay is easy when you follow the right oral hygiene re

Dec 19th, 2014
What is Dental Anxiety, and How Does it Start?

Going to the dentist can be scary sometimes, but for some patients, the mere thought of a dental exam is enough to cause a panic attack. Dental anxiety is a condition that afflicts somewhere between 10 and 20 percent of Americans, so if you get anxious at

Dec 16th, 2014
How To Brush Your Teeth Properly

How to Brush Your Teeth Properly Are you sure you’re brushing your teeth properly? How clean is your mouth every morning, noon, and night? Brushing your teeth when you wake up and before you go to bed is habit. What might not be habit is how well you brush

Nov 12th, 2014
When Should You First Take Your Child to the Dentist?

If you’re a new parent, you have lots of wonderful milestones to look forward to. First steps, first day of school, first bike ride, and first swim lesson are just a few of the many great events that you’ll get to witness. But one “first” for children is

Nov 10th, 2014