October 24, 2017
Madison Dental care
New Year, New Smile, New You! Start the new year off right with a beautiful, healthy smile! One of the most popular resolutions each year is to have better looking teeth. Total Care Dental in Madison has affordable preventative, reconstructive, and cosmetic dentistry services to help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. You can begin 2017 by saying goodbye to crooked, discolored, or damaged teeth by following these tips from our expert Dental Financing Lets You Whiten Your Teeth and Perfect Your Smile The holidays are almost here, which means posing for the annual family photo on top of office parties and festive get-togethers. If you’re self-conscious about your smile, this can ruin your holiday spirit as you spend more time hiding your teeth than enjoying time with friends and family. The solution? Visiting Total Care Dental in Madison for cosmetic dentistry services.
- Be Thankful, Be Wise this Holiday with Total Care Dental It’s no wonder Thanksgiving is the most beloved American holiday: it combines family and friends, delicious food, parades, and football into one long weekend. But enjoying the day can easily lead to dental health issues down the road. Here are some tips from the dentists of Total Care Dental in Madison to help you smile your way through the holiday season. Eat, Drink, and Be Wary T
- How to Protect Teeth While Enjoying Candy Every Halloween, parents ask Total Care Dental if it’s okay for their kids to enjoy candy from trick-or-treating. The short answer? YES! The slightly longer answer: candy from Halloween is fine as long as parents set some rules for their children to keep their teeth healthy. By following these simple tips, you can enjoy your Halloween candy without feeling guilty at your next dentist appointment.
- Find the Best Halloween Candy to Give Out This Year! Picking a Halloween candy to hand out can be a tough decision, especially with so many options available. This holiday season, follow these tips from Total Care Dental in Madison to give trick-or-treaters in your neighborhood the best treats for keeping their teeth and mouth healthy. Rotten: Hard Candy Any candy you have to suck or lick for a long amount of time can damage your teeth. When s
- Proper Oral Hygiene Improves Student Health With kids across Wisconsin back in school, it won’t be long before report cards come out. Helping your child study is one way to improve their grades. Surprisingly, good dental health can lead to better school performance. Total Care Dental advises Madison area families to bring their kids in for regular dental checkups to keep them healthy and focused on school. Learn more about the ties between
- Say Goodbye to Summer and Hello to the Dentist! It’s almost time for kids (and parents!) to head back to school. Total Care Dental wants to make sure Madison area families are fully prepared by offering preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dental care. At the start of the school year, students should visit their pediatrician and dentist for a full body checkup. Our Kid’s Zone makes waiting for an appointment fun by encouraging yo
- TCD Dentists Accept Patients without Insurance! For one reason or another, you don’t have dental insurance. Maybe it’s not included with your work healthcare plan or maybe no local dentists are in your Participating Provider Network. Many patients will avoid any sort of dental care unless it is an absolute emergency for fear of being refused treatment or being unable to pay. At Total Care Dental in Madison, we know there are many rea
- Madison Dentists Encourage Annual Checkups Before School Ends Summer vacation is right around the corner, meaning lots of Madison families are making exciting travel plans. Yet having a sore gum or a growing cavity could ruin your fun plans. The dentists of Total Care Dental want to make sure you have a stress-free vacation, which is why we recommend scheduling your checkups and in-office procedures now so the rest of your summer can be full of
- 10 Dental Myths and Facts You Will Sink Your Teeth Into You’ve heard them all before: candy will make your teeth rot, crunchy foods help scrape away plaque, and chewing gum is bad for your whole mouth. But are these toothy ‘tall-tales’ really true? Look no further, as the dentists of TCD in Madison debunk these common myths, brushing aside fiction from the facts. 1. Sugar causes teeth to decay. MYTH: Though it is not wonderfu
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