Happy Thanksgiving! This season is a beautiful time for gathering (safely) with friends and family and remembering the importance of gratitude. With turkey carving time almost upon us, we would like to share some of the many things that we are thankful for this year
October marks Dental Hygiene Month—a reminder for you to keep your oral health in tip-top shape with a visit to our office! In addition to boosting dental hygiene, dental appoint-ments also provide other benefits. Remember, oral health is linked with your total body health. Excellent dental hygiene is just one component of overall wellness!
Experts recommend that you should visit the dentist once every six months for a checkup and cleaning. However, during the pandemic, you may be concerned about coming into the office for regular dental care. Here are some reasons why visiting the dentist is not only beneficial for your health and wellness but also important during the pandemic!
According to surveys, 1 in 3 Americans skips an annual visit to the dentist. And, even fewer receive the biannual appointments recommended by the American Dental Association. If you have been skipping dental appointments, you may be surprised to learn that trips to the dentist are potentially tooth- and life- saving.
As we work to reopen, your health and wellness continues to be our top priority. We pride ourselves on going above and beyond guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, ADA, the Ohio State Dental Board, and OSHA.
While you stay at home practicing social distancing, we've compiled some tips and infor-mation to keep you smiling and healthy-inside and out!
At Bowen Legacy Dental, we’re celebrating March 6th, National Dentist’s Day! This holiday was established as a way to show appreciation for everything that dentists do.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month! Many people mistakenly believe that oral hygiene isn’t important for children—after all, baby teeth do fall out. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Dental health, oral hygiene, and whole-body wellness are essential at all ages!
Happy New Year to our Bowen Legacy Dental family! We hope you are enjoying the start of the new decade. If you are looking to make 2020 your healthiest year yet, choose resolutions for your best oral and total body health. Need some inspiration? We’ve collected our top five resolution ideas to help you boost your wellness in the coming year.
It’s hard to believe it, but the holiday season is upon us! It’s such a busy time of year with holiday shopping, cooking, and family in town—not to mention all the holiday parties. During this festive season, it can be easy to let your oral health take the back seat. However, it’s so important to keep your teeth clean, even when your life gets a little more hectic than usual. You certainly don’t want to start the new year with a cavity.
In the past few years, vaping has taken the world by storm, rapidly becoming a multibil-lion-dollar industry. But, how do e-cigs and their vapors impact your oral health? And, are these popular devices safer than cigarettes? This month, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about vaping so you can make informed choices for your healthiest smile.
TMJ disorder affects millions of Americans—particularly women between the ages of 25 and 55. But, despite how common this painful condition is, TMJ disorder is often overlooked or misdiagnosed during medical exams. This TMJ Awareness Month, we’re raising awareness about all things TMJ!
Here at Bowen Legacy Dental, we want to wish you a Happy Halloween! Although it’s common knowledge that sugar and candy aren’t good for your teeth, you shouldn’t have to miss out on this holiday’s traditions for the sake of your smile. Instead, Dr. Bowen and Dr. Gehlert have some great suggestions for participating in the trick-or-treating fun this Halloween without causing long-lasting damage to your teeth or health:
Did you know that September is Baby Safety Month? Here at Bowen Legacy Dental, we want to take this opportunity to remind you of the importance of keeping your child’s teeth safe from tooth decay! Although dental care is often overlooked for infants, oral healthcare is a vital component of healthy development.
It's back-to-school season—a busy time for parents and children, alike! But this year, don't let your child's oral healthcare take a back seat during the hustle and bustle of back-to-school preparations.
Did you know that July 6 is International Kissing Day? This holiday was created to recognize, appreciate, and celebrate this simple act of love, so don’t let halitosis or bad breath ruin your special smooch!
Summer is here, the kids are out of school, and—as usual—they’re hungry. While it’s easy to cave in to those sugary cravings and processed foods when you’re on the go during the busy summer months, these convenient, pre-packaged options can have long-lasting damage on your child’s teeth. Therefore, it’s always better to plan ahead and keep some packable, healthy snacks on hand. Dr. Bowen recommends these simple, pack-ahead alternatives to the sugary and processed snacks that stock our supermarket shelves:
Every day, millions of Americans brush their teeth and floss to keep their smile healthy and happy. But did you know that drinking water is another important element of caring for your oral health? This week, May 6-12, is Drinking Water Week, and we’re urging our patients to rethink hydration! Since studies show that up to 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated, we’re breaking down six ways that water can improve your smile and make you your healthiest self.
For Frazer Bailey, the writer and director of Netflix’s controversial documentary Root Cause, a mystery illness almost took everything away from him—an illness that was caused by what he believed was a toxic, infected root canal. Unfortunately, his case of microbial isolation and full-body illness may not be an isolated incident.
MANY OF US, even though we know that going to the dentist is a safe, normal, and important part of life, don’t find it particularly fun to lie flat on our backs while someone pokes around our teeth and gums. For some, though, the very thought of visiting the dentist fills them with anxiety, and it could even be a full-blown phobia. That’s why we’d like to put our focus on helping our patients overcome their dental anxieties and fears.