Dr. Nicole Mitchell, DMD Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award
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If you have been faced with the loss of one or more adult teeth, either due to loss because of injury, tooth decay, or periodontal disease, you may have thought about, or been told by a dental professional to get, dentures. Believe it or not, it’s estimated that nearly 34 million Americans wear full or partial cosmetic dentures, so if you’re looking into them, you’re not alone. But you may have a ton of questions, so we’re here to help. Here is a general overview of the types available, as well as answers to help guide you in the world of dentures.
We love our patients! – Reviews from around the web of Tampa Dentist, Dr. Nicole Mitchell
We’re happy to have such great patients, it makes our job a little bit easier and very rewarding. Many thanks to all who posted! 2011 was a great year and we’re looking forward to making 2012 even better. Read reviews of Tampa Dentist, Dr. Mitchell, below. And let us know in the comment section what you think. We love the feedback! Live life with a smile 🙂
Take Control of Your Bad Breath
We’ve all had those days where we feel that our breath is not so friendly to those around us. The usual good remedies include a thorough teeth brushing, a stick of sugar free gum (make sure it’s free of aspartame too!), or quick rinse with mouth-wash. But if you, or your loved ones, have noticed that your breath has been a little funky as of late, here are few things to consider. (more…)
Tips to Help Kids Enjoy Brushing Their Teeth
If you talk to any parent about what introducing teeth brushing to their child was like, you may hear most found the initial introduction to have been a little bumpy, to say the least. If you have approached this milestone in your tiny tot’s life and it is time to introduce teeth brushing, here are few tips that may help you and your little one make brushing a fun, enjoyable time to ensure good oral hygiene.
First and foremost, set the example. As most parents know, children love to mimic what their parents do early on. Step number one in getting your child to enjoy brushing his or her teeth, is to show that you enjoy brushing yours. If you’re not in the habit, or have been slacking a little on your oral care, get back on track so your little one sees that this is the “norm” in your household.
Happy Holidays from Dr. Mitchell and Staff
As the Holiday Season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and on those who have helped shape our dental office in a most significant way. We value our relationship with you and look forward to working with you in the year to come.
We wish you a very happy Holiday Season and a New Year filled with peace and prosperity.
Dr. Nicole Mitchell DMD, Kristen, Michelle, and Laura
How Good Oral Hygiene Can Help You Lose Weight
Should fluoride be in our drinking water?
If you’re like most people, you’re probably wondering what is fluoride, why is it in our water, and why should you care?
Tampa Dentist Celebrates One Year Anniversary
Foods That Naturally Whiten Your Teeth
We love a morning cup of coffee just as much as the next person. But drinks like coffee, tea and soda stain your teeth. The good news is there are some tasty foods that can also help to prevent stains. Read more to find out how you can naturally whiten your teeth with fruits and vegetables.
Foods For a Healthy Smile
What You Should Do In A Dental Emergency
Accidents happen. There’s no getting around it, but being prepared to act can mean the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major catastrophe. So if you or someone you know has a dental emergency: 1.) Stay Calm 2.) Follow these tips… (more…)
Sedation Dentistry: Is It For Me?
Do any of these sound familiar: sweaty hands, racing heart, feeling as if you’ll hyperventilate, profuse perspiration, jitters, canceling appointments or never scheduling them because it is easier to suffer with the pain than face the anxiety. If so, continue reading to discover how we can help you!
Share our Facebook page for a chance to win a Professional Strength Whitening System!
Share our page with your friends to enter! Winner will be selected from “fans” of New Tampa Dentist on Facebook. So make sure you click the “Like” button on our page! Our most influential fan will win a Professional Strength Whitening System ($100 Value). Contest ends July 8th, 2011. Visit facebook.com/newtampadentist (more…)
How Can Your Teeth Affect Your Baby?
Are you or is someone you know pregnant? The summer months always bring plenty of beautiful babies, but expectant mothers could be putting their offspring in jeopardy before they are even born. According to The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAP), mothers with gum disease have a higher instance of preterm birth, a potentially serious pregnancy complication that may cause health concerns for their infant, typically due to a low birth weight.
Teeth Whitening: What to Expect
Teeth Whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that makes a vibrant, bright smile more accessible. There are several different processes available that very in time, cost, and desired results. Read on for information on how to choose a procedure that fits your lifestyle and will help you achieve your ideal smile.