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Have You Used Your Dental Insurance This Year?

December 31, 2021, gets closer as each day goes on. Not only does this mark the end of the year, but this date is typically when dental insurance benefits for 2021 expire and start over. So, if you’ve yet to use your dental insurance benefits this year, what are you waiting for? Read our blog post for dental care options.

Same-Day Smile Restorations

Normally, when someone needs a dental crown, whether to restore a damaged tooth or to complete a treatment like root canal therapy, it can take multiple trips to the dentist. Read our blog post to learn about our revolutionary CEREC same-day crown technology.

How Our Office Technology Can Make Your Dental Visit Better!

At our office, we strive to invest in new dental technology that will lead to faster and more effective dental treatments. We also try to find dental tools that will be comfortable for patients so that they have pleasant experiences in our office as well. Check out our blog post for a look at some of the dental technology that allows our team to offer relaxed and efficient treatments.

A Guide to Myofunctional Therapy

Your mouth, jaw, lips, tongue, and facial muscles all work together to perform very complex jobs. Muscle disorders within any of these systems are referred to as orofacial myofunctional disorders, or OMDs. Read our blog post to learn about myofunctional therapy to help patients resolve the root causes of their OMD.

Columbus, Indiana Emergency Dentistry

Are you or a loved one experiencing a dental emergency in or near Columbus, Indiana? The first thing you will want to do is get in touch with a qualified emergency dentist and explain what’s happening so you can get an appointment scheduled right away. Read our blog post to learn about dental emergencies and how we can help!

Does My Child Have a Tongue Tie?

Tongue-tie can be a serious obstacle for developing children. It can affect an infant’s ability to put on weight, lead to speech development problems for toddlers, and if left untreated into adolescence can contribute to tooth decay and gum disease. Read our blog post to learn about tongue-tie and how we treat it.

How We Treat Tongue-Tie in Newborn Babies

Look in the mirror and lift up your tongue. Do you see that string of tissue that connects the bottom of your tongue to the floor of your mouth? That’s called the frenulum, and sometimes it can be too short to allow for easy movement. This condition is formally called ankyloglossia, but many refer to it as tongue-tie, and it’s quite common in newborns. Read our blog post to learn how we treat the issue.
Dental Solutions of Columbus

Dental Solutions of Columbus