Infuse Some Fun into Teeth Brushing Time

Does your son love brushing his teeth? Does your daughter remember to brush her teeth twice a day? What a joke, right? Children are not known for their meticulous dental hygiene! Getting your children to brush their teeth regularly and thoroughly doesn’t have to be a nightmare, though.

With some creativity, you can help your children have fun while consistently accomplishing an important task. Here are some suggestions to help you motivate those kiddos to start this lifelong health habit.Continue Reading

What Happens When You Ignore Tooth Pain?

Tooth pain. It’s bad, right? Some women have even said that a severe toothache is worse than childbirth. But you know those times when your tooth hurts for several hours, or even a day or so, and then the pain kinda clears up and goes away? What’s the deal there? Did your body heal itself? (Spoiler alert: a tooth is the only part of the human body that is unable to heal itself!) Should you always ignore your tooth pain and see if it goes away? Let’s delve into this topic and see if we can gain some clarity!Continue Reading

Don’t Wait to Get Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Let’s be honest: the words “wisdom teeth” are enough to make anyone nervous. No one likes talking about uncomfortable topics, but sometimes a little more information and an action plan are worth their weight in gold—especially when it comes to you and your family’s health. So here’s what you need to know about wisdom teeth.Continue Reading

Spartanburg Dental Offices Welcome New Doctor

Carolina Dental Alliance welcomes Dr. Lyle Parks to their team of dental professionals. Dr. Parks will work alongside Dr. Nasim in both of CDA’s Spartanburg locationsㅡHall Street Family Dental and Westgate Family and Cosmetic Dentistry.

Dr. Parks graduated from The Citadel with a degree in Biology. In 2011, he received his DMD degree from MUSC.Continue Reading

Piedmont Dental Office Welcomes New Doctor

The Piedmont office of Carolina Dental Alliance welcomes Dr. Peter Dinh to their team of dental professionals. He will be replacing Dr. Willard, who is retiring.

Originally from Marietta, Georgia, Dr. Peter Dinh obtained his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia. Dr. Dinh continued to further his education by earning a master’s degree in biology from Virginia Commonwealth University and a specialized degree in Advanced Education General Dentistry (AEGD) in San Antonio.  Continue Reading