Polaris Dental Care Family, We take our job of keeping you healthy very seriously. In light of the news of the recent cases of Coronavirus/Covid-19 in Ohio we wanted to reassure you that we are doing all that we can at all Polaris Dental Care locations to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and community. As a […]
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New Year, New Decade, New Smile
Every new year people make goals to improve some area of their lives. Whether it be to lose weight, save/make more money or finding their perfect balance; resolutions to improve how you live is at the forefront every January. This year try making your oral health a priority and see the benefits in many […]
National Children’s Dental Health Month answer key
The National Children’s Dental Health Month is coming, and that means we’ll be visiting some preschool and elementary schools in the city. Here is the National Children’s Dental Health Month answer sheet. Brushing Why should you brush? How often should you brush? Brushing removes the germs and “bugs” that can cause cavities. Brush two times […]
Is a filling the same as a root canal in Columbus?
A root canal is a natural cavity within the center of the tooth which has a soft pulp chamber housing your tooth’s nerve. The root canal dentists perform the root canal or the endodontic procedures to save the teeth that are badly decayed by removing the pulp and nerves and then sealing the cleaned area.
Columbus OH Dentist | Make Flossing a 2017 Resolution
As we welcome 2017, the biggest task we encourage our patients at Polaris Dental Care to add to their new year’s resolution is daily flossing. One easy way to accomplish this is creating a place in your shower for your floss. Actually the shower is the best place to floss quickly without worrying about creating a […]
6 Dental Cleaning Facts – Recommended By Our Columbus Dentist
If you’re due for a dental cleaning, you may be wondering why you need a dentist to brush your teeth for you. After all, you brush and floss on schedule most of the time; why go through the extra hassle, effort and expense of getting a dentist to clean your teeth?