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Dry mouth is not a disease but it is a side effect of some diseases. Certain medications, aging, radiation and chemotherapy, allergies, and dehydration may also cause dry mouth. Is Dry Mouth A Problem? It can be. Saliva contains enzymes that aid in digestion. It also neutralizes the acid caused by bacteria, limits bacterial growth, […]
1. Sensitivity to Hot and Cold. If your teeth feel sensitive when you eat ice cream or have a cup of hot coffee, it could be tooth decay or cracks in your tooth’s enamel. Left untreated, these issues can worsen. A dental visit now will prevent large expenses later. 2. Bleeding Gums. If you experience bleeding […]
If you have missing teeth, dentures may be a good fit for you. What are Dentures? A denture is an appliance that is inserted in the mouth to replace your natural teeth. At Wichita Family Dental, we offer two different kinds of dentures, complete and immediate. Complete dentures are for patients who have lost all […]
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June is Men’s Health Month. Check out this infographic about the startling differences between men’s and women’s health and 5 healthy habits you can adopt to bridge the gap and change the stats. Call our office today to schedule your preventive appointment! Call Our Office at (316) 630-9339 Today!
Engage at Every Age: May 2018 For 55 years, Older Americans Month (OAM) has been observed to recognize older Americans and their contributions to our communities. Led by the Administration for Community Living’s Administration on Aging, every May offers opportunity to hear from, support, and celebrate our nation’s elders. This year’s OAM theme, “Engage at […]
Help Wichita Family Dental Battle “Monster Mouth:” February 2018 In honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month, Wichita Family Dental would like to do our part by stressing the importance of promoting good oral health to the families and children within our community, and beyond. Startling statistics from the Office of the Surgeon General (2018) […]
Simple Resolutions for Beginning a Happy and Healthy New Year: January 2018 At Wichita Family Dental, we believe in helping our patients obtain and maintain a beautiful smile AND keeping them educated on the preventative measures that will ensure those smiles remain happy and healthy for years to come. As we start out 2018, Wichita […]