Sometimes it’s easy to know when you need to visit the dentist in Columbia — like when the six-month reminders pile up one by one in your email inbox. Other times, it’s not so clear. Minor aches or mystery swelling can be some of those symptoms that leave you questioning whether you need to go to the doctor, the dentist or the psychiatrist. We’re here to help you figure out when it’s the tooth doc you should see. Keep reading for more from Beck Dental Care today.
December 21, 2015
November 25, 2015
It’s easy to find a dentist you want to visit once — that’s what the yellow pages are for. The trick is finding a dentist you want to visit again and again. Adults who have a regular dentist are more likely to schedule the recommended twice annual check ups, and that means they’re less likely to experience tooth decay and gum infections as a result. If you still haven’t found a dental team you want to stick with, keep reading for our five simple steps and pick the best dentist Columbia has to offer.
October 28, 2015
We’ve all heard about the mind-body connection, but have you ever given any thought to the mouth-body one? That’s right — what’s good for your oral health is usually positive for your overall health, and vice versa. Brushing for two minutes, twice a day, flossing once a day and visiting your dentist every six months are all part of the oral hygiene routine that can keep you healthy and happy. Learn more about why from the team at Beck Dental Care, your trusted dentist in Columbia, today!
August 24, 2015
Do you hear that? If you listen closely, you can make out the sounds of Columbia, TN children grunting and complaining. It’s that time of year again – back to school. It’s always an exciting time for kids and parents to start a new school year. All the PTO meetings, teacher-parent conferences, extracurricular activities – the list goes on and on. Good luck getting your schedule nailed down during this time. Before the insanity takes over, it’s a good idea to schedule a checkup/cleaning for your kids. This will help them keep their mouths healthy throughout the year. Kids are highly impressionable, especially when they’re around other kids. If one child says that brushing isn’t that important to another child, problems can arise. You don’t want your children heading down the path to bad oral hygiene – it can have major consequences down the road.
Our office welcomes patients of all ages, including your kids. We want them to make a good impression on their first day of school. One way of doing that is by having clean teeth. Prep your kid’s oral health for the school year by scheduling a checkup/cleaning with our dental team.