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Oshkosh Comprehensive Dentistry Blog

Can You Be Too Old for Invisalign? Absolutely Not!

April 5, 2024

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Someone holding an Invisalign aligner

In today’s world, the pursuit of a perfect smile knows no age limits. With advancements in orthodontic treatments, achieving straight teeth is accessible to everyone, regardless of age. One such modern solution is Invisalign, a popular choice for both teenagers and adults. A common question that arises is whether there’s an age limit for Invisalign. The answer is a resounding no! Here’s why Invisalign is suitable for anyone looking to improve their smile, regardless of age.

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Aligner Advantages: 4 Freedoms You Can Enjoy with Invisalign

March 21, 2024

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Patient smiling at dentist while putting on clear aligner

Although orthodontic treatment of any kind requires some commitment, there are certain freedoms you can enjoy with Invisalign that you simply can’t with traditional braces. That’s why more than 12 million patients around the world have chosen clear aligners to straighten their teeth! If you’re still on the fence, then keep reading to learn a few of the many reasons this teeth-straightening service is so popular! 

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How a Beautiful Smile Could Make You Healthier

February 6, 2024

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Someone with a nice smile

It’s common for dentists to talk about the importance of a beautiful smile. They see firsthand the difference that one can make in people’s lives, but given the nature of their profession, it’s easy to assume that they’re a little bit biased.

However, there’s actually substantial evidence that smiling offers some real health benefits. If you’re interested in learning more, here’s what the science says.

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Sweat and Smiles: How to Protect Your Oral Health During Exercise

January 30, 2024

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Man smiling and eating salad after exercise

As you begin your sprint into a fitter body in the New Year, it’s important to prioritize both your physical and oral health. While exercise offers numerous benefits for your body, certain habits and conditions associated with workouts can affect your teeth and gums. If you want to learn more about the three most harmful habits and what you can do to stop them, read on!

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4 Body Problems Caused by Poor Oral Health

January 19, 2024

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A woman with a toothache seeing her dentist

Maybe you think oral health issues aren’t all that bad. Don’t they only affect your mouth area? Surely, a cavity or gum disease won’t cause you major harm. In truth, this idea is a false one. There are various full-body problems caused by poor oral health. If your mouth gets in terrible shape, your whole body will suffer. Your Oshkosh dentist will even tell you the details. So, here are four body problems you could develop from unhealthy teeth and gums.

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Why Should I Consider Getting a Smile Makeover?

December 27, 2023

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Woman shows off pretty smile

Cosmetic dental procedures have allowed millions of people to enjoy the benefits of a beautiful smile. While this might seem crucial for television personalities, Hollywood stars, and supermodels, you might wonder what good it can do for someone who doesn’t make a living in the spotlight. Here are some important quality-of-life benefits that can come from a smile makeover.

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5 Dentist-Approved Stocking Stuffer Ideas

December 21, 2023

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Red stockings with white snowflakes hung on fireplace with garland

If you’re looking around the stores or online for ideas of what to gift your loved ones, you might notice a common theme: sugar. From candy canes and peppermint bark to toffee-filled candy bars, many holiday treats are good news for your taste buds and bad news for your teeth. Fortunately, you can read on for five dentist-approved stocking stuffer ideas for people of all ages!

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The Plaque Problem: What It Is & How to Remove It

November 14, 2023

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person speaking to dentist about how to remove plaque effectively

Plaque, a term frequently echoed in dental discussions, is a common concern for maintaining a healthy and vibrant smile. When it comes to the culprits or oral health issues, it is often at the top of the list. Even so, many people don’t understand exactly what it is or how it forms. To help you understand how to get rid of plaque and how it forms, continue reading!

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Give Thanks: 3 Ways to Take Better Care of Your Teeth at Thanksgiving

November 3, 2023

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older couple smiling and celebrating Thanksgiving

There is no better time to share what it is that you are grateful for than at Thanksgiving. While your family and friends may be at the top of your list, you shouldn’t neglect your oral and overall health as well. The fact that your smile plays a key role in your mental, physical, and emotional well-being is something no one should take for granted, so if you’re looking for ways to appreciate your teeth this Thanksgiving, here are 3 things you can do throughout the holidays.

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Be Afraid: Some Scary Statistics About Dental Health

October 13, 2023

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Jack-o-lantern

The Halloween season is a celebration of all things creepy, scary, and spooky, but the terror doesn’t have to stop with the zombies, vampires, werewolves, and ghosts. When you look at the general state of people’s dental health, you’ll find plenty of things to scream about. Here are some frightening dental statistics to give you some motivation to keep up with your dentist appointments and practice better dental hygiene.

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