New Year, New Smile!

New Year, New Smile!
Posted on 01/03/2018
If you want to start the new year off on the right foot, it might be time to look at your smile! Here at The Dental Touch we can help you get your grin in top shape to attack the new year with new found confidence and a bright smile. 
Whether you wish your teeth were a little whiter, straighter or just need a checkup or cleaning, our doctors at The Dental Touch can get you started on the path to the smile of your dreams in 2018!26543080_10101050828289322_1948452774_o
Here are just a few of the ways you can improve your smile this year:

1) Sparkle and Shine
Our hygienists, Melissa and Taylor, would love to see you! There are few things better than a bright, clean-feeling smile and our hygienists take great pride in making sure each patient leaves our office feeling more confident about their smile. 

2) Get a Bright, Fresh Start
Many people say a smile is the first feature they notice when meeting someone new, but keeping your teeth a bright shade of white can be difficult due to daily wear and tear. Highlight your best feature by scheduling a whitening treatment at our office today! We also offer at home whitening programs. 

3) Straighten Things Out
If you want to start the new year with a straighter smile, stop in at The Dental Touch to talk to us about Invisalign, Six Month Smiles and Fast Braces. You could have a brand-new smile is as little as 120 days! You are never “too old” for straightening your teeth – about 1 out of every 5 orthodontic patients is an adult. Take the leap today and give us a call!

4) Stop Keeping Your Partner Up at Night
Snoring isn’t fun for anyone involved. If you are the snorer, you’re not sleeping well and if you’re the person sharing the bed with said snorer, you’re likely not getting a good night’s rest either. Lack of quality sleep can have a damaging ripple effect on the rest of your health and your day-to-day life. At The Dental Touch, we specialize in Sleep Apnea treatment, and the best part- there is no bulky appliance to deal with. Snoring or sleep apnea can sometimes be treated with an oral appliance that's designed to hold the lower jaw forward during sleep. This re-positioning of the jaw moves the tongue away from the back of the throat, reducing the potential for obstruction. 

5) Maintain Healthy Oral Hygiene 
The best New Year’s resolution you could make is to up your oral hygiene game (at least in our opinion). Make sure that you are brushing for two minutes, twice a day and flossing once a day. Brushing and flossing, combined with regular dental visits, is the best way to keep your mouth healthy and fresh. Good oral hygiene has a positive effect on your overall health, so make sure you keep your pearly whites extra radiant in 2018. 

Happy New Year!