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Many people wonder about osteoporosis and their teeth, and whether bone loss can affect their dental health. Although your teeth themselves are not bones, they can be affected by osteoporosis. Deterioration of the jawbones often leads to premature tooth loss, gum disease, and other complications....

There are a lot of rumors about fluoride, and many people wonder whether or not fluoride is good for you, bad for you, or if it’s even safe. Do the benefits of fluoride outweigh any other health concerns? The dentists at Mettler and Griego Family...

February is Children’s Dental Health Month, and orthodontic treatments are often an important part of a teenager's dental health. Many teenagers get braces, but can they use Invisalign instead? Below we answer some of the most common questions parents ask about Invisalign for teens.  How Does...

Cavities in kids’ teeth can cause serious problems! Cavities are a form of tooth decay, and should always be treated as soon as possible. February is Children’s Dental Health Month, so this month at Mettler and Griego Family Dentistry, we’re focusing on the importance of...

Dental hygiene for kids is just as important as it is for adults! It’s never too early to be concerned about your children's dental health. At Mettler and Griego Family Dentistry of Glendale, we do our best to make visiting the dentist a fun and...

Did you know that your dental health directly affects your overall health? A clean, healthy mouth is the first step to lasting good health. At Mettler and Griego Family Dentistry of Peoria, we always emphasize the importance of daily brushing and flossing, because good oral...

What does a toothache mean? Tooth pain always means you should see your dentist as soon as possible! Toothaches are not normal, and usually indicate a serious problem. If you are suffering tooth pain, don’t delay. At Mettler and Griego Family Dentistry in Peoria, we...

Orthodontic treatment gives you a beautiful, healthy smile and so much more! Braces and Invisalign retainers can straighten crooked teeth, correct an abnormal bite, or close a gap. They also help prevent gum disease, periodontal disease, and tooth loss. If you’re interested in exploring the...