A Cause for Concern As businesses began to reopen and people everywhere began to regain a sense of normality, continued concerns surrounding Covid-19 have forced our Nation to reassess our stance on our health and the various health concerns that we as a society face. For decades, one of the biggest health issues amongst people … Continue reading Vaping Causes Gum Disease and Damages Your Oral Health
Alternative Methods For many years, traditional braces were the primary means of realigning and straightening one’s teeth. And while the tried and true metal braces are still frequently utilized, in recent years several alternative methods have emerged and have since changed the way a smile can be realigned, to improve its functionality and appearance. … Continue reading Invisible Braces: Invisalign vs Smile Direct Club
Healthy teeth are about more than just a pretty smile. Your oral health has a major effect on the overall health of your body, not just in your mouth. By maintaining healthy teeth and gums, you can make your body healthier from head to toe. Oral Bacteria and Health Bacteria in the mouth cause tooth decay – by … Continue reading How can Oral Bacteria impact your Pretty Smile?
May 11, 2020 Dear Overland Park Dentistry Family, We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines, including routine dental appointments. While many things have changed, … Continue reading Dr. Kimes Welcomes Back Patients for Routine Dental Appointments
Toothaches can be a minor tinge letting you know that something is wrong or they can cause crippling pain… that’s why we wanted to share some common toothache causes and their symptoms. What is a toothache? Pain or inflammation in or around the tooth, often caused by tooth decay or infection. What are common causes … Continue reading Tooth Pain: What is Causing My Toothache?
Further Updates With 2020 still only a couple months old, we in both the United States and abroad, find ourselves facing a serious situation as a national pandemic known as COVID – 19 sweeps across the globe. And at this time, it is certainly extremely important to take the necessary prevention measures (such as washing … Continue reading COVID-19 Update from Dr. Kimes | Offering Emergency Dental Appointments
Dental Veneers: A Brief History Despite coming into vogue relatively recently, the technology that would eventually come to be known as dental veneers actually dates back to the 1930s, in which they were used as a means to temporarily fix the teeth of Hollywood actors, to create the illusion of a perfect smile. While successful … Continue reading Don’t Hide Your Smile: Enhance Your Smile with Dental Veneers
Hello Friends, During our current National Emergency concerning the COVID-19 virus, we would like to assure you that at the offices of Overland Park Dentistry, your health, safety and well-being is our highest priority. We will remain open for all treatment & services, including preventative wellness visits. You can feel safe knowing that all our … Continue reading COVID-19 UPDATE from Dr. Kimes
Confidence is something that people from all walks of life should have. Whether you’re a hardworking professional managing the rigors of the business world, or a blossoming teenager navigating through those formative (and sometimes tedious) high school years, learning to carry one’s self with confidence is a skill that everyone can benefit from. However, there … Continue reading Confidence Is Key: Smile with Invisalign
February is National Childrens Dental Health Month and we want to celebrate the benefits of building healthy habits when kiddos are small that will last a lifetime. That’s why the American Dental Association chose to focus on this particular topic … to bring together thousands of dedicated dental professionals, healthcare providers, and educators to promote … Continue reading Dental Health: Poor Oral Health is Risky Business