We are excited to announce the newest additions to our Three Sixty Family, Reid William and Nixon Ryan! Ashley and babies are home and healthy! Thank you to Henry Mayo and all of the amazing nurses and doctors!
Do you have a dog or cat or another well-loved pet? February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Did you know, your pet’s dental health is an important part of your pet’s overall health? Well, it’s true! So, that brings us to the question of what is your canine dental care know-how? Test it out… Read more »
In celebration of our practice name, Three Sixty Dentistry and my oldest son entering Kindergarten, we would like to offer any child a $36.00 exam and cleaning for school enrollment! Christy, our terrific Registered Dental Hygienist, will perform the teeth cleaning and Dr. Edwards will perform the dental exam. If any X-rays are needed, those… Read more »
You may have heard the news story about the 26-year-old man who died from a tooth infection spreading to his lungs. This is not only a tragic tale, but a warning to us all. Vadim Anatoliyevich started complaining of a toothache about two weeks before his death. Anatoliyevich was a truck driver travelling from California… Read more »
1. Don’t store your toothbrush near the toilet. Studies show that fecal matter and microbes can spray about 6 feet when you flush the toilet. Enough said. . 2. Don’t try to sanitize your toothbrush: When placing your toothbrush in the microwave or dishwasher, it could damage the toothbrush, especially the nylon brush bristles. The… Read more »
Periodontal disease can be difficult to treat, and nearly impossible to cure completely. However, we have modern tools that allow us to treat it more and more effectively. One such tool useful for improving treatment is salivary testing. Salivary testing takes a sample of your saliva from the areas affected by periodontitis and analyzes the… Read more »
Periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis are connected and can influence each other. It’s even possible that one can cause the other. At the end of 2016, researchers from John Hopkins University published a paper identifying a bacterial link between the two diseases, and other studies have found similar results with other pathogens. These bacteria may… Read more »
Recently, one of our patients returned to our office from an orthodontist we frequently refer to. This patient decided to use an exciting type of braces we wanted to tell the rest of our patients about. These braces are completely invisible, not transparent like clear aligners are because they attach to the back of the… Read more »
Congratulations to our wonderful patient who is getting closer to finishing her dental work! What a transformation!
In loving memory of Dr. Edwards nephew, Bennet Edwards Hayes, who passed away two years ago at only two months old, in an effort to honor his memory, our entire team here at invites you to participate in our ongoing tradition of giving. Last year we sponsored a family from Trinity Hospice Care, helping them… Read more »