James Block Dentistry Blog
October 30, 2018
That onion on your sandwich at lunch may have been tasty for you, but it might not be so enjoyable for your co-workers later on. Or how about the time you had that popcorn in the break room as a snack and that shell got stuck in your teeth? Your tooth felt uncomfortable all afternoon! Wouldn’t it be nice to have the tools to solve your dental problems at work? Here are some tips from your dentist in Fremont for managing your oral health when you’re on the job.
October 21, 2018
Gum disease is probably not something you think about too often; however, did you know that it affects more than 50% of American adults over the age of 30 in some form? What’s worse is many people are not even aware they have it because it causes very little pain in the beginning.
Your dentist in Fremont wants to raise awareness of gum disease so you can recognize the signs and take measures to protect your oral health and well-being.
October 11, 2018
Painful headaches or migraines, tenderness when biting or chewing, radiating neck and shoulder pain, and popping or clicking in your jaw joint are only a few of the symptoms associated with TMD, or temporomandibular disorder. This is a painful joint disorder that is often referred to as TMJ, which is your temporomandibular joint. TMD can be very debilitating and significantly affect the quality of your life, but the good news is there are solutions, and your dentist in Fremont can help.
September 25, 2018
As a young child, when you lost a tooth, you and your parents celebrated the occasion. Now that you’re an adult with a full set of permanent teeth, the thought of losing any of your digits is troubling. So in an effort to help prevent this from happening, your dentist in Fremont weighs in to list the top 4 reasons that people lose their teeth. Additionally, he explains the best route for replacing them. Read on to learn more so you can be protected!
September 15, 2018
The end of the year is rapidly approaching, which means your dental insurance will soon be renewed. While you’re fortunate to have a fresh start at the beginning of the year, your dentist in Fremont reminds you to not waste your current benefits. Thus, you should make it a priority to get in for a preventive care visit before the current year ends to protect your oral health, maximize your coverage and save yourself some money.
September 2, 2018
A recent study shows that at least a third of the new people you meet will assess your smile before anything else. That means that stained and discolored teeth could leave an unfavorable first impression. Thankfully, with teeth whitening from your dentist in Fremont, you can have those troubling stains lifted. Read on to learn how the process works, and prepare to have a dazzling set of teeth!
August 27, 2018
Nearly all of us understand that eating a nutritious and well balanced diet is important for the health of our bodies; but did you know that it is also vital for your oral health? What you choose to eat affects the health and even the brightness of your smile. Your dentist in Fremont shares what you should know about nutrition and oral health.
August 17, 2018
As you look at your schedule for the day, you begin to feel that familiar knot in the pit of your stomach. You have a dental appointment scheduled today, and even just a cleaning is enough to cause you anxiety. You reach for the phone to cancel your appointment, but when you call, the receptionist informs you that sedation dentistry in Fremont may just be the solution you need.
August 5, 2018
Most families enjoy a laxer routine during the summer; however, with back-to-school right around the corner, it’s time to get back to your normal and healthy routines. Your children’s dentist in Fremont has some suggestions for getting back on track and how to be sure that your child’s oral health is included in those routines.
July 29, 2018
Who has better oral habits, men or women? The studies say that women have won this battle of the sexes! Studies show that women not only visit the dentist more often than men do, they also have a better understanding about what good oral health requires. It seems that they also have a more positive attitude about oral hygiene at home and regular visits to the dentist. Your dentist in Fremont explains what you should know about optimum oral health.