Fight Flu Season by Boosting Your Immune System

Prevent the flu

It might not feel quite like winter yet, but it’s flu season, and you can do your overall and oral health a huge favor by boosting your immune system to help avoid sickness. By changing and improving some of your daily habits, you can stay healthy and have more reasons to smile year-round. Be more social Studies indicate that the … Read More

Things You Should Definitely Do For Your Teeth This New Year

New Year's Resolution 2016

When you’re making your New Year’s resolutions, you may consider improving your physical health by joining a gym, but what about your oral health? Most people probably don’t, and that’s unwise because there’s plenty of evidence that proves that your oral health has a big impact on your overall health. Including healthy teeth and gums in your New Year’s resolutions … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Pre-Bed Tooth Brushing

Man sleeping after brushing his teeth

In today’s busy world, it’s easy to lose track of and forget important daily tasks such as brushing your teeth before bed. However, there are some very good reasons why your dentist recommends brushing your teeth before bed. You may think brushing your teeth when you wake up in the morning is enough to clean and protect your teeth and … Read More

Do You Have Bad Breath? How to Tell & What to do.

Bad Breath

Bad breath (halitosis) strikes everyone at some point, and some people don’t even know they have it because people around them are afraid to tell them. Fortunately, bad breath is easy to fix by addressing oral hygiene and other issues such as diet, medication, and food. Finding out if you have bad breath A buildup of bacteria in the mouth … Read More

What Lower Fluoride Levels Mean for Oral Health

Fluoride Toothpaste

Earlier this year the government reduced the recommended level of fluoride present in drinking water. It went down from a range of 0.7 to 1.2 ppm to .07 ppm. There hasn’t been a change in recommended fluoride levels in water in 50 years. The reason for the change is the hope to prevent staining tooth enamel through extended fluoride exposure, … Read More

Black Friday is also National Flossing Day

black friday is national flossing day

While retailers call the day after Thanksgiving Black Friday, it’s also National Flossing Day. Considering how few people floss their teeth as they should, it’s not surprising that National Flossing Day isn’t as publicized as Black Friday. However, regular flossing is essential to great oral hygiene, and as your teeth will last far longer than any flash sales, they deserve … Read More

Sudden Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth Pain

The chance of suffering tooth sensitivity often increases as people age and is highest between 25-30. For those who take great care of their oral health, don’t have decay and visit the dentist regularly, tooth sensitivity isn’t usually a concern. However, if tooth sensitivity appears suddenly in an otherwise healthy mouth, it can be a sign of oral health issues. … Read More

How a Cosmetic Dentist Improves Smiles

getting a perfect smile with cosmetic dentistry

When you have a cosmetic flaw in your smile such as a fractured or cracked tooth, missing teeth or discolored teeth, you can be self-conscious and unwilling to smile. Fortunately, today’s cosmetic dentists have a variety of treatments available to them to repair almost every smile issue that exists. Cosmetic dentists can help with a variety of problems, and as … Read More

Professional Teeth Whitening Safest Way to Brighten Smile

teeth whitening tims river nj

When teeth become stained due to consuming certain food or drinks, tobacco use, illness or aging, it’s common to seek out teeth whitening to brighten a smile. For those not satisfied with the whiteness of their teeth, there are a multitude of whitening treatments available in stores, but the safest and most effective choice is an in-office dental whitening treatment. … Read More