While face masks have helped prevent the spread of COVID-19, they have posed a new problem to patients AND dentists – a term coined: “mask mouth”. While our face masks are to form a barrier to stop droplets traveling in the air to another person, wearing a mask for a long period of time can cause some unwanted side effects that dentists are seeing more and more. Not wearing your mask isn’t the answer, so we’ve complied a list of helpful tips to reduce the effects of mask mouth and help prevent it altogether.
Learn More about the stinky side effect of “Mask Mask” HERE.
Learn the truth behind mask mouth HERE.
Continue to wear your mask, as recommended! However, if you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, try these preventive techniques.
If you’re experiencing significant problems with your oral health due to mask mouth, make an appointment to come and see us! We can help you understand what’s going on and provide an exam and solutions. Our staff is here to support you! Watch a short video HERE.
Local dentist, Travis A. Roberts and his experienced, friendly team at Adams Dental Group offer affordable family dentistry and gentle dental care in the Kansas City, KS area. We have two locations that are conveniently located and offer appointment times Monday through Friday to meet your needs. At Adams Dental Group, we provide most dental services, from family and general dentistry to specialty procedures, including dental implants, dentures, endodontic or root canal treatment, teeth whitening, cosmetic dentistry and much more. We accept most dental insurance plans and offer affordable financial solutions for any budget. Call us at our West location (913) 296-8030 to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Travis A. Roberts, DDS December 28th, 2020
Posted In: Dental Health Tips
We’re only three months into 2020 and finding ourselves facing a serious situation as the pandemic known as COVID – 19 sweeps across the globe. At this time, it is extremely important to take the necessary preventative measures (such as washing your hands, limiting physical contact with each other and social distancing) and to stay on top of recent developments regarding this health crisis, including what to do if you are in need of a dental emergency appointment..
For those in need of dental care during this time, please rest assured that Adams Dental Group will remain open and accepting emergency dental appointments.
Dr. Travis A. Roberts, DDS March 24th, 2020
Posted In: Emergency Dental Care