Teeth Whitening at Home


smiling young man with toothbrushDid you know that teeth whitening is one of the most requested cosmetic dental procedures? For years, tooth whitening procedures were only available in dental offices, but within the last two decades, the demand for at-home teeth whitening products has exploded.

Here at Shadow Valley Dental Group, we want you to have the tools and knowledge to help you maintain a beautiful, healthy smile. While at-home bleaching and whitening products and kits can be very effective and safe, they can be dangerous when used improperly. If you deci
de to take tooth whitening into your own hands at home, use this article as a guide to do it safely and correctly!

At-Home Whitening Options

The American Dental Association carefully monitors the whitening products on the market, and as of right now, the products fall into two categories:

- Peroxide-containing bleaching agents – Peroxide is the bleaching agent used in the whitening trays, strips, and mouthwashes that you purchase at the store. These products often require multiple applications over a period of time to show whitening results. While effective over time, products containing peroxide can cause tooth sensitivity and can have an unpleasant taste.
- Whitening toothpastes remove surface stains on teeth by polishing with stain-removing chemical agents, not peroxide. Whitening toothpaste is more gentle on teeth than bleaching products, but also does not produce immediate results.

Be Careful!

Whether you plan to use whitening strips, toothpastes, or any other product, it is crucial to read the directions carefully. Over-use can cause potentially irreversible damage and unnecessary pain.

- Increased tooth sensitivity – Bleaching can cause your gums to temporarily recede, which can potentially expose part of the root and crown of the tooth. This can lead to increased tooth sensitivity and sometimes pain around the gum area.
- Un-natural teeth do not react to whitening products the same way that natural teeth do. If you have any fillings, crowns, or veneers, they will not change color predictably. It’s not recommended to use whitening products if you have any unnatural applications that can be visible when you smile.
- Cervical Resorption, or the disintegration of tooth near the gum-line has been linked to over-bleaching teeth. Teens should avoid using whitening products because their relatively young teeth can be more susceptible to sensitivity and have a higher risk of causing damage.

While whitening your teeth at home may be convenient, you will get the best results if you get your teeth whitened professionally. Here at Shadow Valley Dental, we offer Zoom Whitening, a procedure that uses light-acceleration and whitening gel to bleach your teeth. This is an extremely effective procedure that can be completed in about an hour. The best part? Unlike at-home whitening products that can take weeks to whiten your teeth, Zoom Whitening works instantly. You can leave the dentist with a noticeably whiter, brighter smile!

Contact Shadow Valley Dental Group

If would like to learn more about Shadow Valley Dental Group and our Teeth Whitening procedures, give us a call at 419-865-3085 or email us at info@shadowvalleydental.com. We’re happy to help you explore the options available to give you a brighter smile. Shadow Valley Dental Group is committed to providing our patients with exceptional, personalized dental care.

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Oral Health Care Tips for Kids with Special Needs


Dentist for special needs kids in ToledoAccording to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 14% of all children in the U.S. have special needs. If you are the parent of one of these children, you know how difficult it can be to get your child to practice good oral hygiene. Even though good dental care is vital to our overall health, brushing, flossing, and dental visits can be difficult or confusing and even scary to a special needs child. So, what are some of the dental issues facing your child and what can you do to make this process easier for your unique child?

Dental Difficulties Unique to Special Needs Children

Studies have shown that cavities and other dental problems are more common in children with special needs. If your child’s disability has caused malformed teeth or contributes to physical or mental difficulties that make it impossible for them to take care of their own teeth, they will be at risk for forming cavity-inducing plaque and other dental problems. Special needs children with uncontrollable movements or who bite their cheeks, lips, or tongues, may also experience oral trauma. Certain medications commonly prescribed to special needs children may contain a high sugar content that encourages decay or swollen gums, and if your child uses a feeding tube, he or she is more susceptible to gingivitis, gum disease, and tartar.

Some special needs children may also have issues with certain textures and flavors, which can make them adverse to the use of toothpaste. If over-stimulation is a problem for your child, he or she might also balk at the feel of a toothbrush in their mouth, or the bright lights and noises often encountered in a dental office.

Making the Process Easier

With their increased risk of oral health issues, it is especially important that special needs children receive proper dental care. But what can you do to make this process easier on both you and your child? We have some simple yet helpful tips to help you.

  • Make Brushing Easier

If your child has a hard time holding a toothbrush, try putting his or her toothbrush in a bicycle handle for easier gripping. If your child has a tendency to bite, you can place gauze on the back teeth before brushing. If flossing is an issue for your child, try using a water pick instead.

  • Start Early and Keep it Fun

The sooner you introduce your child to good oral habits, the easier it will be in the long run. Start the process soon after birth by using a damp piece of gauze to wipe your baby’s gums down, especially after feedings. After his or her first teeth begin to appear, introduce a small, child sized soft bristled toothbrush. Your child should also have their first dental visit either when their first tooth erupts or by age one. Keep the process fun and positive by brushing only when your child is at his or her most cooperative, and distract him or her with upbeat music or a favorite television program.

  • Explore Alternate Cleaning Products

Another way to make sure that your special needs child’s mouth is properly clean and protected is to try out some of the xylitol products that are on the market. Wipes, gels, and rinses with the cavity-fighting product will help cut down on cavity and gum disease risk, as will special antimicrobial rinses or trays with peroxide gel. Ask your dentist which products would be best for your child’s needs.

  • Find a Good Dentist

Although most pediatric dentists will work with special needs children, it is very important that you find one who is patient, will carefully explain everything he or she is doing to your child, and who will work with you to develop the best care plan possible for your child’s needs. Finding a compassionate dentist with an understanding staff will go a long way in making visits easier on your child.

  • Plan Ahead

Before all of your child’s dental visits, be sure to call the office ahead of time and make sure they you are coming. Explain your child’s needs to the staff and request that there be extra employees on hand to help with your child if need be. Also make sure to inform them if your child is unable to sit in the dental chair. You can also prepare your child for dental visits by explaining to him or her in age and ability appropriate language what will happen at the visit. Bringing a comfort item with you, such as a favorite toy or blanket, will help make the visit smooth as well.

Although caring for your special needs child’s teeth and gums can be challenging, it can be done with a little patience, gentle care, and ingenuity. Try different methods out until you find one that works best for you and your child, and be sure to ask your dentist any questions you might have about your child’s oral health.

Exceptional Care, Beautiful Smiles!

If you have any questions or concerns about keeping your smile bright, contact Shadow Valley Dental today at 419-865-3085419-865-3085 to schedule an appointment. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about holidays and your teeth, and your dental health in general. If you are in the Toledo or Maumee, OH area, feel free to stop by our office for a visit to discuss any of your dental health concerns. We look forward to serving you!

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Teens: Keep that Smile Healthy!


Smile ToledoAs an active teen, you may think you’re too busy to practice good oral hygiene. School, sports, extracurricular activities, and time with friends are the most important things on your mind right now, but making sure to add a healthy oral care routine into your daily schedule is vital to your well-being now and in the future.

Why Oral Health is Important

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so keeping your teeth and gums healthy beautifies your smile and boosts your confidence. How you care for your teeth now directly affects how healthy your teeth will be when you get older, so good dental practices now will also save you painful and expensive dental work in the future. When you keep your mouth healthy, you decrease your risk of developing potentially serious conditions later in life – like as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Take Care of Your Mouth

Good oral hygiene practices don’t have to be time consuming. What’s important is that you’re consistent (meaning: you brush your teeth every day and every night).

Take Care:

  • Brush teeth twice a day for two minutes with a fluoride toothpaste
  • Floss between teeth once a day
  • Avoid snacks high in sugar and starch
  • Avoid cigarettes
  • Visit your dentist regularly – to keep your mouth healthy for life

I’m a Teenager. Do I Really Care?

Hey, teens: Pay attention to specific topics that only apply to you.

Do any of these dental problems bother you?

Uneven Teeth: Braces

If you have a bad bite or crooked/misaligned teeth, you might benefit from braces. Braces can help improve your smile and straighten your teeth, and can also improve your dental and overall health by avoiding future issues with biting and chewing, which can lead to cavities or gum disease.

Jaw Pain: Wisdom Teeth

Also known as the third molars, wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come in during early adulthood. Sometimes there is not enough room in the mouth for wisdom teeth to come in normally, and so they need to be removed. Wisdom teeth removal is necessary in situations with their third molars are cause pain, infection, cysts, tumors, and damage to the adjacent teeth, gum disease, or tooth decay. Sports Injuries: Mouthguards

If you play sports or participate in activities such as skateboarding or snowboarding, it’s important that you get fitted for a mouthguard. Although it might feel strange at first, mouthguards will protect your teeth from breaking or being knocked out and can cushion blows to the lips and face. There are several types of mouthguards available, so ask your dentist which one is right for you.

Be sure to ask your dentist about any concerns you have about your dental health. By taking care of your teeth in your teen years, you will ensure that you’ll have a beautiful, healthy smile throughout your life!

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If you have any questions or concerns about your teeth, contact Shadow Valley Dental today at 419-865-3085 to schedule an appointment. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about your teeth and your dental health in general. In Toledo or Maumee? Stop by our office for a visit to discuss any of your dental health concerns. We look forward to serving you!

 

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Friday: 8:00am – 1:00pm

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Dental Implants: What You Need to Know


Dental Implants Toledo OhioA healthy, white smile brightens up your face and helps you feel confident, but what if you’ve experienced tooth loss and aren’t happy with your teeth? How can you improve your smile without resorting to partial or full dentures? Consider dental implants!

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are artificial teeth with roots that are secured in your jaw. This high tech, modern tooth replacement option are made from strong, fracture-resistant titanium and they look and feel just like natural teeth.

The Advantages of Dental Implants

Unlike dentures, which can shift and come loose with use and age, dental implants are a tough, permanent replacement for missing teeth. They also look just like natural teeth, which will remove any self-consciousness you may have about your tooth loss. Dental implants can also be made to match the color and shape to your natural teeth, making it impossible for anyone to know it’s not your original tooth. Other advantages to dental implants include improved appearance and confidence, easier eating, improved speech, and comfortable and durable fit.

Caring for Dental Implants

With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime. Just as with natural teeth, excellent oral hygiene will keep your dental implants healthy and looking great for years. Proper dental implant care includes brushing and flossing after every meal and scheduling regular checkups for cleanings, x-rays, and maintenance.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Although dental implants are a great option for most people, there are some requirements you must meet to be eligible for dental implants. These include:

  • Good overall health
  • Enough jaw bone structure to support the implants
  • Healthy gums

Certain medical conditions such as leukemia or diabetes may slow your healing after surgery, as will smoking. If you have a medical condition that affects your immune system, you will need a health evaluation to know whether or not dental implants are right for you.

To help you determine if dental implants are the best option for you, please  contact Shadow Valley Dental to schedule a consultation.

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If you have any questions about dental implants or any other issue concerning your dental health, please contact Shadow Valley Dental today at 419-865-3085 to schedule an appointment. We are happy to answer any questions you might have! If you are in the Toledo or Maumee OH area, feel free to stop by our office to discuss any of your dental health concerns. We look forward to serving you!

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Drink to Your Health: Wine & Teeth


The holidays are upon us, which means plenty of good cheer, good food, and good times with friends. Many of us also partake in a glass of wine or two this time of year, but what does that mean for our teeth?

Benefits of Wine

Wine is one of the best alcoholic beverages to partake in with regards to the health of our bodies. Moderate wine consumption has been shown to reduce stress, reduces cataract risk, and slow brain decline. A 16 year study by Harvard even showed that moderate drinkers with high blood pressure are 30 percent less likely to have a heart attack.

Wine and Your Teeth

The effects of wine on our teeth are not quite as positive as the systematic benefits. Wine is a highly acidic beverage, which contributes to the erosion of tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is made up of a basic salt called hydroxyapatite, and begins to erode when acidity lowers the pH in your mouth to levels between 5 and 5.7. The combination of acids in wine lowers your mouth’s pH to levels between 2.9 and 3.5, making wine one of the most potentially damaging beverages to your teeth.

Dr. H.S. Brand, assistant professor of oral biochemistry at the Academic Centre for Dentistry in Amsterdam, ran studies that showed that the tasting wine tasting can be even more damaging to the teeth than drinking wine. Swishing and swirling wine in your mouth rather than just swallowing it keeps the wine in your mouth longer, which increases your acid exposure. Kumar’s study suggested that pH levels in the mouth remain “significantly decreased for several minutes” after a prolonged swish of wine.

Preventing Damage

So how can you enjoy your vino without damaging your teeth? Our first instinct might be to rush into the bathroom and brush our teeth immediately after drinking a glass of wine, but it turns out that’s actually one of the worst things you can do. Brushing immediately after drinking encourages our already wine-softened enamel to erode even further.

Rather than brushing right after wine drinking, drink a bit of neutral pH water or milk instead. Follow up about an hour later with a gentle brushing, and make sure to never go to bed after wine drinking without brushing first. Dr. Brand also recommends using a fluoride varnish and investing in a minimally abrasive toothpaste that contains re-mineralizing agents.

Keeping It Healthy

Wine drinkers, take heart. It is possible to enjoy a glass or two and still keep your teeth healthy. Just remember to rinse after to partaking, and avoid over indulging. By doing so, you can keep your bright pearly white smile throughout the holidays and beyond!

If you have any questions or concerns about keeping your smile bright, contact Shadow Valley Dental today at 419-865-3085 to schedule an appointment. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about holidays and your teeth, and your dental health in general. If you are in the Toledo or Maumee, OH area, feel free to stop by our office for a visit to discuss any of your dental health concerns. We look forward to serving you!

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Zoom Whitening: Brighter, Whiter Teeth, Now on Sale!


zoom whitening Nothing helps us put our best face forward like a big, beautiful smile. However, many people are reluctant to show the world their best smiles, because their teeth aren’t quite as white as they could be. If you want to brighten up your smile, you may be unsure of which method is best. Although there are several at home tooth whitening kits on the market, they can be quite messy and time consuming and none of them work as well as having a professional treatment done.

Professional Tooth Whitening

There are many advantages to having your teeth professionally whitened. Professional tooth whitening is a quick, painless way to bring beauty back to your smile and give you more confidence. After the procedure, you will have a whiter smile, which can boost your self-esteem and even reduce the noticeability of fine lines and wrinkles. If you have a job that requires you to interact regularly with the public, a whiter smile can help you appear more confident and friendly.

Our Procedure

At Shadow Valley, we offer several whitening procedures, and Zoom Whitening is our most popular. Performed in our office by Dr. Hasty in about an hour, Zoom Whitening is a non-invasive procedure that utilizes whitening gel and a unique light-acceleration process that can make your teeth up to eight shades whiter. Brought to you by Phillips, Zoom Whitening has been used by over 10 million patients and is the #1 requested whitening procedure in dental offices across the country.

Holiday Special!

Normally, Zoom Whitening costs $725, but as a special offer to you, our valued patients, Shadow Valley Dental is currently offering Zoom Whitening for only $299! If you want to whiten your smile, contact Shadow Valley Dental today at 419-865-3085 to schedule an appointment. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about Zoom Whitening and your dental health in general. If you are in the Toledo or Maumee, OH area, feel free to stop by our office for a visit to discuss any of your dental health concerns. We look forward to serving you!

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Protect Your Smile with a Mouth Guard


sports mouth guardsWhether it’s on the gridiron or the ice, hundreds of thousands of Americans a year sustain dental injuries during competitive play. The American Dental Association (ADA) estimates the use of a mouth guard prevents approximately 200,000 injuries per year in high school and college football alone.

Athletic activities often impact your mouth and jaw, which can lead to severe dental damage. The rise of sports dentistry, the development of custom mouth guards, and increased awareness of the protective efficacy of mouth guards has helped reduce injuries in some areas.

However, you don’t need to be a competitive athlete to enjoy the protection and peace of mind offered by custom mouth guards. Dr. Todd Hasty offers durable, form-fitting mouth guards to patients of all athletic pursuits.

Advantages of Athletic Mouth Guards

The benefits of sports mouth guards are obvious when it comes to sports such as football, hockey, and rugby. Mouth guards also provide protection for non-contact sports like cycling, gymnastics, track, and tennis.

Custom-made Shadow Valley Dental mouth guards provide stability to your jaw and cushion the blows that cause severe dental injuries, including:

  • Broken or Chipped Teeth
  • Jaw Fractures
  • Tongue, Cheek, or Lip Injuries
  • Gum Damage

New evidence suggests that a properly-fitted mouth guard also reduces the forces that often cause concussions and neck injuries. Our mouth guards are durable, comfortable, and made of tasteless acrylic that is resistant to tears and penetration. They are placed comfortably in your mouth and don’t interfere with your breathing or speech. They are made with or without straps.

Customization

Create your custom mouth guard in just two brief office visits. At your first visit to Shadow Valley Dental Group, we take a measurement and an impression of your teeth. With that information the athletic mouth guard is tailor made for you in clear acrylic or any color you choose, even your school colors! Return for a quick second visit to try in your mouth guard and assure a perfect fit.

Your Dental Health

Do you have questions or concerns about your dental health?  Shadow Valley Dental is here to assist you!  Visit us online at www.ShadowValleyDental.com or give us a call at 419-865-3085. We’re happy to answer questions or discuss concerns.  If you’re in the Toledo or Maumee, Ohio, area, or any neighboring community, stop by for a visit.  We look forward to meeting you!

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Invisalign: No One Needs to Know You’re Wearing Braces!


Invisalign, invisible braces by Shadow Valley Dental in Maumee, OhioThe latest approach to teeth straightening is invisible braces. With invisible braces, you can correct your teeth without anyone noticing!

Want to hear more? Invisible braces deliver fast results, are removable, and no one has to know you’re using them!

The most popular option for invisible braces is Invisalign. Invisalign utilizes a series of custom aligners to straighten your teeth. Invisalign is also easy to use.

Once you have decided to try Invisalign, your dentist will take pictures, x-rays, and impressions of your teeth to create custom aligners made specifically for your needs.

Invisalign Smile Assessment:

  • What is your primary goal for treatment?
  • How do you feel about the spacing of your teeth?
  • Tell us about your dental history.
  • When it comes to straightening your teeth, what is most important to you?
  • Do you have orthodontic insurance or access to a flexible spending account?
  • How much research have you done?
  • When do you plan to start treatment?

As you use Invisalign, your dentist will supply you with a new set of aligners every two weeks to ensure they remain intact. After wearing your custom-made aligners for 20 to 22 hours a day, you will see results appear rapidly.

Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign aligners can be easily removed before brushing, flossing, and eating. You may want to consider Invisalign if you’re concerned about the appearance of your teeth or are frequently experiencing discomfort. You’ll get the smile you’ve always wanted, without anyone knowing. And it won’t affect your daily routine.

Your Dental Health

Do you have questions or concerns about your dental health?  Shadow Valley Dental is here to assist you!  Visit us online at www.ShadowValleyDental.com or give us a call at 419-865-3085. We’re happy to answer questions or discuss concerns.  If you’re in the Toledo or Maumee, Ohio, area, stop by and pay us a visit.  We look forward to meeting you!

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Can’t get a Date, Guys? It’s Your Breath!


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Oral Health Tips for Men

Guys, if she can’t stand the smell of your breath then she won’t be able to stand you. If you’re talking to a lady and she backs away, you might want to consider your breath. Offensive breath points to poor oral hygiene and may be a sign of oral health issues. Instead, start paying attention to your mouth and make sure to take care of your teeth every day!

It’s a Guy Thing

Men tend to ignore oral health and, for the most part, believe that everything is covered with brushing and mouthwash. Wrong! Men need to visit the dentist annually to ensure proper oral health.

One of the most common factors related to infrequent dental visits is simply being a male. Men tend to make dental appointments when they have a major problem, like jaw pain or a chipped tooth. Unfortunately, without regular dental exams, other oral health issues can slip through the cracks. Men are subject to many other possible issues including periodontal gum disease, oral and throat cancer, and the possibility of losing teeth.

Signs of Periodontal Disease:

  • Red and swollen gums
  • Lose or separation of teeth
  • Constant bad breath
  • Bleeding gums

Factors that may cause Oral Health Problems in Men:

  1. Tobacco use – Smoking and chewing tobacco are the leading causes of oral cancer, and increase the risk of gum disease. Oral cancer can spread and eventually lead to loss of functionality, disfigurement of your face, chronic pain, and possibly death. If you are a tobacco user, it is important to see your dentist frequently to make sure your mouth is healthy. Your dentist can administer a screening for oral cancer which can catch issues early on.
  1. Playing sports – There is nothing wrong with being active and enjoying great games like football, basketball, and baseball. It is important to remember to wear a plastic mouth guard because you are at more risk of causing trauma to your mouth by playing aggressive sports. The last thing you want is to fall face first and chip a tooth.  Also, if you are a bicyclist or you drive a motorcycle, please wear a helmet to not only protect that smile but your head in general.
  1. Medications – Some medications may cause dry mouth. Heart medication is the leading reason for this and men are more likely to suffer from heart attacks or issues involving the heart. Also, antidepressants can cause the same reaction. By having a dry mouth, cavities are more likely to appear because saliva helps to reduce the bacteria causes of them in your mouth. A steady flow of saliva is important to help keep away cavities along with constant cleaning and maintenance.
  1. Teeth maintenance – Constant care of your teeth is crucial when trying to keep your oral health intact. Visiting your dentist for cleanings at least twice a year, in addition to daily flossing and brushing your teeth. Dental visits are vital. Your dentist is able to evaluate your mouth, gums, and jaw for potential issues and risks, as well as clean your teeth and gums thoroughly. Make sure your toothpaste has fluoride to reduce decay and plaque buildup. Another tip is to change your toothbrush every three months and after an illness. Remember, your toothbrush is designed to keep your mouth clean; any bacteria you don’t want on your teeth must be kept off your toothbrush.

Men, try to remember that taking care of your mouth is like taking care of your car. Constant maintenance, safety precautions, the correct fluids, a check up with a mechanic (dentist) twice a year and making sure it’s cleaned inside and out. Women love a clean car and the same goes for your smile. No one likes rust and no one likes plaque!

Your Dental Health

Do you have questions or concerns about your dental health?  Shadow Valley Dental is here to assist you!  We’re happy to answer questions or discuss concerns.  If you’re in the Toledo or Maumee, Ohio, area, stop by and pay us a visit.  We look forward to meeting you!  Visit us online at www.ShadowValleyDental.com or give us a call at 419-865-3085.

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