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

Keeping Patients Informed

keep dental patients informed

When patients have a clear and thorough understanding of what’s involved in helping protect their oral health through cleanings, exams and dental treatments, they take a more active role in preserving their beautiful smile. Not only that, keeping a patient informed about what’s going on in their mouth and why the dental professional has to do a certain treatment helps them … Read More

September is National Gum Care Month

national gum care month is september

September marks a changing of seasons from summer to fall and as you change your routine for back to school and your wardrobe for cooler weather, it’s important to keep up with your usual oral routine too. September is National Gum Care Month, dedicated to the proper care of the tissues surrounding your teeth. There are many things you can … Read More

Today’s Innovative Dental Advances

Innovative dental procedures

If you haven’t been to the dentist in a while, you need to schedule an appointment soon to help maintain your oral health. Another good reason to visit the dentist is to discover all of the dental advances available today that can protect, restore and improve your smile in new and innovative ways. High-tech X-rays Many dentists have chosen to … Read More

Dental Fillings NJ – The Advantages of Composite Fillings

Dental Fillings NJ

In the past, receiving fillings to repair the damage of cavities usually meant dealing with the obvious and less than a cosmetically pleasing choice of amalgam/silver fillings. Thankfully, dentistry advances have provided a much more attractive option in the form of composite fillings. Composite fillings allow you to preserve your natural looking smile while repairing the damage of cavities. Additionally, … Read More

Avoid Oral Health Issues with Regular Checkups

Regular Dental Checkup

Routine and regularly scheduled dental visits are important to maintain great oral health, and you should visit your dentist at least twice a year. Not only do regular dental exams and cleanings keep your smile beautiful, but they’re also essential for detecting dental diseases and oral cancer. By having frequent dental exams, you protect the overall health of your body … Read More

Inlays and Onlays Can Help Restore Your Smile

Inlays and Onlays

Treating cavities and tooth decay are some of the most common procedures in a dental office. Thankfully, with today’s cosmetic and restorative dentistry options, it’s easy to maintain and improve your beautiful smile while correcting these issues. When traditional dental fillings aren’t the best choice for treating cavities, you may have the option of using inlays and onlays to protect … Read More

Dental Bonding: Quick Fix for Minor Cosmetic Issues

Dental Bonding New Jersey

When your teeth have minor cosmetic issues such as a small chip or discoloration, dental bonding is an easy, relatively quick and affordable solution. By applying a tooth-colored composite resin (plastic) material to a tooth and hardening it with a light, the tooth receives restoration that protects the area from further damage and improves your smile and confidence. Suitable situations … Read More

Reasons for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Extract Wisdom Teeth

When most people hear the words, “wisdom teeth,” they immediately think of wisdom teeth removal. While removing the third molars in the very back of your mouth is standard practice in most dental practices, it’s not always necessary. Sometimes, though, even when wisdom teeth aren’t causing discomfort, they still require removal, so it’s important to understand the warning signs of … Read More