Oral Health Issues: Sleep Apnea

One of the biggest risks to your health that often goes undetected is sleep apnea. It is characterized by interruptions to your breathing as you sleep. It can lead to snoring and other health problems. Those problems include increased risks diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, stroke and even heart failure.... Read more »

Your Toothbrush Matters

If you had to guess, what would you say is the most important part of your oral health routine? If you guessed brushing, then you’re not too far off. The thing is, without a good toothbrush, your brushing won’t be as effective or cleansing as it otherwise could be. But... Read more »

Oral Cancer Exam Process

Oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and throat. Oral cancer is much easier to treat in the early stages, so it is very important that it be detected and treated as soon as possible. This is why Dr. Roger Anderson offers oral cancer screenings in Lakewood, Colorado, during regular... Read more »

Oral Health Care Plans: Aging and Dental Health

In order to make sure your smile remains safe for the rest of your life always check the necessary steps to continue taking care of your teeth as you age. This includes always making sure you are doing everything you can to improve your oral health through any means necessary.... Read more »

Flossing Tricks

Did you know it’s possible to botch your flossing routine? Well, it’s true, and when you botch your flossing routine, you can harm and even damage the smile. So, it’s best to have the best flossing routine possible. Fortunately, there are flossing hacks you can use to help you properly... Read more »

Maintain Your Smile With a Trip to the Dentist

The reason for dental exams and cleanings is so that our team can address every aspect of your oral health and help you maintain your smile. Your routine dental visits will consist of a professional dental cleaning on behalf of our highly trained dental team, followed by our dentist thoroughly... Read more »

Got a Large Molar Cavity? Dental Amalgam Can Help

Your premolars and molars--the teeth in the back of your smile--are needed to perform the daily function of chewing and grinding your food. If you have a cavity that develops on a back tooth, you may noticed heightened tooth sensitivity, changes in the texture of the tooth, or pain when... Read more »

Ways to Fight Bad Breath

Nobody wants to suffer from bad breath, but most people do from time to time. Bad breath, which is also known as halitosis, has many causes, ranging from poor oral hygiene to gum disease to eating odorous foods. Dr. Roger Anderson and our team are happy to provide a few... Read more »

Enjoy Your Smile Thanks to Dental Sealants

Tooth decay can occur in a variety of ways. However, outside of oral accidents or injuries, tooth decay and cavities typically arise due to the harmful acids chewing through your tooth enamel. This is known as dental erosion, and can easily lead to cavities. In order to protect your tooth... Read more »

Gum Disease Symptoms

Gum disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, is a serious and dangerous dental issue. In fact, it’s so dangerous that it not only affects your smile and oral health, but it also affects your entire body. The symptoms related to gum disease are: - Bleeding gums (Gums that... Read more »