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Key At-Home Oral Hygiene Habits for Avoiding COVID-19!

April 20, 2020

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Likely, you’ve heard that washing your hands thoroughly and frequently is one of the ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19. With the mouth being one of the major entry points for the virus, proper oral hygiene is even more significant than ever before. What are some dental care practices you can follow while sheltering-in-place to better protect yourself? Read on to learn what you can do, starting today!


How to Prevent an Infection After Receiving Dental Implants

March 25, 2020

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A diagram of a dental implant.

When you have a brand-new dental implant (or series of dental implants), you’ll likely want to start eating the foods you’ve been waiting to eat right away. However, preventing dental implant infections in Midtown East should be the first step you take once the final phases of your treatment have been completed. After all, you want your investment to last for a very long time. With this in mind, here are four tips to ensure your dental implants do not become infected, especially during the first few months after treatment when at-home care is crucial.


Why Do I Have Tooth Sensitivity in My Dental Implant?

February 26, 2020

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woman with dental implant tooth sensitivity in Midtown EastIf you’ve made the choice to replace your missing tooth with a dental implant, you made a wise decision for your smile. It replicates the entire structure of the tooth, including the root. It will closely look and feel natural despite not being real. As a result, it’s easy to feel confused if you suddenly develop dental implant tooth sensitivity in Midtown East. How is it possible to experience discomfort if it’s only a prosthetic tooth? Believe it or not, it can happen. Although it’s rare, it’s never a good sign. Here’s what you need to know to save your smile if you have tooth sensitivity with your dental implant.


New Year, New Healthy Dental Habits!

January 17, 2020

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Woman with beautiful smile

Now that 2020 is here, you may be working hard to meet your new year’s resolutions. Whether it’s eating better, losing weight, or recycling, this time is year is ripe with new beginnings. However, there is one resolution that people often forget, and it’s much easier than you may think. For 2020, it’s time to make your oral health a priority. Keep reading to learn some healthy dental habits in Midtown East to keep your smile in tip top shape.


3 Ways To Get a More Beautiful Smile in 2020

December 21, 2019

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friends celebrating the new year together

If you felt like your confidence suffered in 2019, you have a chance to boost it in 2020. Your cosmetic dentist in Midtown East offers several high-quality services that provide exquisite and lasting results. That way, you can smile and speak with complete confidence that nobody will be focusing on your dental imperfections. The beginning of the new decade calls for newfound self-esteem, all you have to do is invest in it! Read on for three ways you can transform your smile for a better year.


How Can You Get Rid of White Spots On Your Teeth?

November 12, 2019

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person with a white spot on their tooth

Some people have white spots on their teeth that distract from their otherwise beautiful smile, making them feel self-conscious. If this is the case for you, dental fluorosis treatment can help. When you visit your cosmetic dentist, you’ll be able to erase these imperfections, leaving exquisite and even results in their path. Read on to learn what causes those spots to appear and how you can get rid of them.


A Common Question, Answered: Is Vaping Bad for You?

August 12, 2019

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person reaching for a vape

Countless people were relieved to find out vaping was a “healthier” alternative to addictive, cancer-causing tobacco. These devices have been craftily marketed as such ever since, encouraging over 10 million people to start using them in the United States, according to a 2016 survey conducted by researchers. New studies have uncovered that this alternative isn’t actually the solution to quit smoking cigarettes that we’ve always wanted, causing many people to ask, “Can vaping put your smile at risk in Midtown East?” Read on to learn about the health dangers associated with vaping and using e-cigarettes that have been recently revealed.


When Is a Dental Crown Needed?

July 15, 2019

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dental crown

Nothing good can come from putting off treatment for a cavity. As much as we would like them to, cavities don’t get better on their own. They actually get worse. They can spread to other parts of the tooth, including the sensitive nerve on the inside. Once this happens, you will require extra treatment that usually involves something called a dental crown. But what is it? And when is a dental crown needed? Read on as we answer these questions.


The Process of Getting Dental Crowns in Midtown East

June 8, 2019

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dentist matching color of patient's teeth

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.


Is There a Cure for Salivary Gland Cancer in Midtown East?

May 30, 2019

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diagram of salivary gland locations

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.

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