• Preparing For Your Root Canal Is Not Too Hard

    17 November 2020

    A root canal is a rather involved dental procedure during which your dentist or dental surgeon will remove the deteriorating tissue in your tooth root, replace it with silicone filler, and then cover the tooth with a crown for support. In spite of how involved this procedure is from the dentist's perspective, it's not actually that tough to prepare for as a patient. Unless your dentist gives you additional advice, there are really only four things you need to do to prepare for your root canal.

  • Four Tips For Getting The Most Out Of CHP Plus Dental Services

    16 October 2020

    If you currently have a low income, and are pregnant or have children under age 18, you or your children may be eligible for CHP+ dental services. The Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is meant to allow Colorado children access to medical and dental care. Once you enroll your family in the program, your children will be eligible for various basic dental treatments. Below are some tips to get the most out of the program.

  • Understanding PRP Injections and How to Prepare for Them

    16 September 2020

    If you have a tendon injury or an ailment that has affected your connective tissues, then you do have some new treatment options available to you. One of these treatments includes administering PRP injections. These injections can be provided at your doctor's office with a little bit of preparation. Keep reading to find out more about them and how you can prepare for your injection appointment. What Is a PRP Injection?

  • Speech Testing Completed by an Audiologist

    14 August 2020

    Your hearing may start to fail as you age. If you feel that your ability to hear has affected the way that you communicate with others, then it is time to take a hearing test. These tests will allow your audiologist to understand whether you can understand speech like you should. To test speech hearing, the audiologist will do the following things during the hearing test. Volume Testing To begin your test, your audiologist will instruct you to step inside a booth or separate room.