Your baby came along with lots of life-changing memories – from finding out you were expecting, to buying onesies and watching your husband paint the nursery, to actually ushering him into the world, your baby brought lots of good experiences with him. He also brought a lot of unexpected advice from your loved ones – right now, you’re weighing the risks of using a pacifier, and everybody has an opinion. But you want real facts from a professional you can trust. You may be thinking, ‘What dentist near me knows about how pacifiers can affect my child’s overall dental health?’ Luckily for you, the experts at Family Dental Practice of Bloomfield have heard your question and are here to give you the truth you need.
February 15, 2017
October 25, 2016
Are you doing the Daily 4? No, it’s not the latest recommendation for your diet or some new workout fad. It’s the simple steps you can take to improve your dental and oral health! Your dentist in Bloomfield is honoring October’s National Dental Hygiene Month by starting the conversation. So fess up — are you really brushing, flossing, rinsing, and chewing?
May 9, 2016
When your teeth are crooked or misaligned it presents many challenges. You may feel self conscious about the appearance of your smile, which affects your relationships. You may have trouble keeping your teeth clean and plaque free, which puts you at a higher risk for tooth decay and gum disease. You may have considered straightening your teeth, but who wants to attend the next business dinner with bulky metal braces? The good news is that Invisalign in Bloomfield, CT can improve your smile and your confidence by discreetly straightening your teeth.
December 14, 2015
Holidays keeping you busy enough this year? Well then maybe this is a good time to squeeze in that dental crown you’ve been putting off. Not to worry—Family Dental Practice of Bloomfield offers same day crown service with the E4D system. With this system, your Bloomfield, CT, dentist can design, build and place your crown in just one appointment. So even if your holiday schedule is a little crazy, you can still take the time to repair a tooth.