Knowing what to expect during an appointment for dental crowns in Midtown East can help reduce your anxiety and put your mind at ease. Getting the treatment you need can help reduce your risk of developing oral health problems in the future, so it’s best not to put it off. Read on to know exactly what to expect during your appointment and the science behind making restorations practically indistinguishable from the rest of your smile.(more…)
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June 8, 2019
May 30, 2019
Do you have trouble swallowing? Is it hard for you to open your mouth widely? Are the muscles on one side of your face weak? These could all be signs of salivary gland cancer. Although this condition is curable, symptoms like these should be reported to your dentist as soon as possible to make it easier to treat. Read on to learn more about treatment for salivary gland cancer in Midtown East.(more…)
April 15, 2019
Invisalign in Midtown East might be the solution you’re looking for, especially if you’re an older teen or adult dealing with mild to moderate dental misalignment. The Invisalign treatment experience typically takes about 12 months, although some patients will see significant benefits in about half that time. But is Invisalign the right option for you? Let’s take a closer look at how this gentle, effective form of oral therapy works.(more…)
March 12, 2019
Your dentist just informed you that you should get a crown to protect and cover a tooth. You might be hesitant to get one because you don’t want to spend time and money on dental work that you think you may not need. But leaving a tooth that needs a crown to fend for itself can result in other oral health problems like tooth loss. Dental crowns in Midtown East can improve your overall dental health along with your smile’s appearance. Read on to find out what crowns can do for you.(more…)
February 15, 2019
As the life expectancy of Americans increases, scientists are forecasting a rise in Alzheimer’s disease diagnoses. Could there be another contributor, though? New research has emerged that reveals a connection between gum and brain health. As you read on, learn how untreated gum disease could be a cause of Alzheimer’s in Midtown East.(more…)
January 15, 2019
Financial reports show that the energy drink market has grown to over $10 billion. While the many options offered claim to give customers a little jolt of energy to get them through the day, are there some harmful side effects that can impact their oral health? Your family dentist in Midtown East explains the downside of consuming such products, along with providing some suggestions for lessening the impact.(more…)
December 5, 2018
As the current year comes to a close, you’re tying-up any loose ends and making preparations to kick-off the next 12 months. Your local dentist says that among your list of priorities should be to achieve the best oral health possible. Thus, you’ll be able to have a new year, new you in Midtown East. Read on to find out how to make this happen!(more…)
February 11, 2018
Has your child gotten old enough to actually show an interest in their dental care? Go ahead—do your happy dance! It’s been a long time coming! But now, they’re asking to add dental products to their hygiene routine, like mouthwashes. Are they safe for your child to use?
Learn more about mouthwash in this week’s blog post—specifically when your dentist in Midtown East recommends that children start using it and what kind.
December 31, 2017
From the simplest bacteria all the way up the ladder to you, as a member of the most advanced group of life forms on earth – humanity, everything is evolving. Take yourself for example. You once couldn’t talk or walk. And then, through careful nurturing, natural maturation and practice, you were soon able to easily do all these things and much more. You evolved. The same process has happened with oral health care. What used to be primitive science has become a sophisticated modality for restoring a certain quality of oral health to you. An example is dental implanting. Archeologists have found proof that this method of restorative dentistry has been in practice for thousands of years. As you continue reading, you will learn more about how dental implants have grown into what we have today.
November 27, 2017
Keeping teeth healthy may seem like a simple matter of brushing, flossing, and visiting a dentist regularly. However, the holidays can wreak havoc on oral health for almost any patient. From sweet treats and acidic beverages to decreased preventive dental care time, more patients develop dental concerns like tooth decay and gum disease at the holidays than at any other time of the year. Before you follow up your glass of bubbly with a piece of pumpkin pie, take a few moments to read some tips from dentists about maintaining beautiful smiles this holiday season.