Dental care is an important part of your overall health. It can affect the health of the rest of your body and often, your dental health can be a sign of issues elsewhere in the body. On the Mystics Oaks Family & Cosmetic Dentistry blog, we share helpful dental care tips, in addition to information about the procedures we offer here in the office and other pertinent dental information. Read our blog to learn practical and interesting facts about dental care. If you are in need of a dentist in the Wesley Chapel area, schedule with us!

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  1. What to Do with a Knocked-Out Tooth

    Whether it’s due to having a little “too much fun” or as a result of playing a sport, accidents happen which can result in a knocked-out tooth. Having a tooth knocked out, and any other associated injury, can be painful. However, in many cases, the tooth can be saved and re-attached.  Read the Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry blog to learn more about what to do if your tooth is kno…Read More

  2. What Is a Dental Emergency?

    Whether it is the result of an accident on the job or your child was hit during a big game, getting a dental emergency taken care of right away is essential. Though treatment of some conditions may be able to wait until the next available appointment, some must be addressed as soon as possible — such as a knocked-out tooth.  To keep you and your family safe, here are some tips for knowing what …Read More

  3. Do Dental Cleanings Prevent Cavities?

    It is easy to skip a dental cleaning appointment. What’s another six months or a year — your teeth probably feel fine, right? Unfortunately for many, one year can turn into two, five, and longer leading some to deal with dental conditions that are expensive and painful, and could have been easily avoided if they would have come in for their annual dental cleaning. One of those conditions that …Read More

  4. COVID-19 Update: What to Expect At Your Next Visit

    Hello from all of us at Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry! We hope you and your family in Wesley Chapel are doing well. We are excited to be reopening our doors to our patients and wanted to prepare you for what you can expect during your next visit in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. We can assure you that we are taking all the necessary precautions and following the general guidelines lai…Read More

  5. What is Gum Disease?

    According to the CDC, more than half of Americans have mild to severe gum disease. What’s more, because periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease, it is associated with other chronic inflammatory diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Though there are risk factors that can increase a person's predisposition to develop gum disease, daily dental care, and regular visits …Read More

  6. Best Dentist Near Me: How to Find a Good Dentist

    Choosing a medical care professional can be intimidating and scary, especially if going to the dentist is difficult for you. However, choosing a dentist doesn’t have a stressful endeavor if you approach it the right way. Keep reading today’s blog to learn how to choose a dentist in Wesley Chapel who you can trust to provide you and your family the care you need and a comfortable experience eve…Read More

  7. Get Your Dental Health Back on Track This New Year

    Lately, we have been discussing why you should include your dental health in your new year's resolution. Often the dentist and dental care is put off because it can seem less important than some of our other habits, budgetary needs, and even our other time commitments. However, like we discussed in our last blog post, “It’s Time to Set a Dental New Years Resolution,” our dental health affect…Read More

  8. It’s Time to Set a Dental New Years Resolution

    It’s time to start the new year and it’s also that time of year when we all take some time to reevaluate what we have been doing and see what habits we want to keep and those that we want to kick to the curb. Many of us set resolutions that have something to do their health, whether it be getting back into shape and dropping some holiday pounds or just eating more greens. But why not set a res…Read More

  9. When Should I Visit the Dentist?

    Welcome back to the Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry blog! On our blog, you can find everything you need to know about proper oral care. From learning about how to properly brush your teeth to leaning about how other health conditions affect your oral health, we cover it all.  Today, we are going to discuss when it is time to visit the dentist. Whenever you’re searching “dentist near…Read More

  10. Your Dentist Wishes You Knew These Five Things

    Welcome back to the Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry blog! We offer Wesley Chapel and the surrounding areas Top Rated Local® dental services. If you are searching for “dentist near me” be sure to click on Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry — we can provide dental services for the entire family. Visit our website to learn more! 5 Things Your Dentist Wants You To Know Have you…Read More

  11. Are You Brushing Your Teeth Properly?

    Many in the Wesley Chapel can remember learning how to brush their teeth; their parents first showed them how to brush their teeth by brushing them for them. Then when they were ready, they used brightly colored, sometimes cartoon-themed toothbrushes and toothpaste. To summarize, you have probably been brushing your teeth for as long as you can remember and it is a natural part of your daily routi…Read More

  12. The Diabetes-Gingivitis Connection

    Understanding the Holistic Nature of Your Body If you have been keeping up with the Mystic Oaks Family and Cosmetic Dentistry blog, you will have read several posts about how the state of your oral health can affect the health of your entire body. The more scientists study the body, the more they are seeing an increasing clearer picture of the interconnectedness of each part of the body and its ef…Read More