Make These Goals for Your Smile This Year!

Do you want a top-notch smile and oral health? If so, you can do your best to achieve strong and healthy teeth and gums this year. The easiest way to do so is to make new year’s resolutions about caring for your smile. Some resolutions our dentists, Dr. James Feldman, encourages you to make include: -Use the right tools to... read more »

Smart Smile Basics: Halitosis Treatments

An oral health ailment that can easily arise due to poor dental health habits is known as halitosis. Halitosis, more commonly known as bad breath, is often influenced by lifestyle habits, cleaning habits, and the types of food you eat. To help prevent halitosis from plaguing your smile, consider the following treatment methods: - Use mouthwash that is specifically designed... read more »

See How Much You Know About Dental Care by Taking This Quiz

Do you think you know all there is to know about dental care? If so, it’s time to test your knowledge! If not, it’s time to learn some more fun facts and details about dentistry. The more you know, the better off your smile will be. So, our dentist, Dr. James Feldman, encourages you to test your knowledge or learn... read more »

What Do You Know about Bad Breath?

Bad breath, also called halitosis, is a common oral health abnormality that is often characterized by foul odors that come from the mouth. Characteristically, these odors are caused by bacteria, but in some situations, they may simply be caused by the foods you ate or the drinks you consumed. Recognizing signs of the actual disorder easy to spot, as the... read more »

Gum Disease 101

Have you recently learned that you have gum disease? Don’t worry; you don’t have to fight this war alone. 47.2% of adults over 30 in the United States have been diagnosed with chronic periodontitis. Even more are in the initial stages of gum disease. Let’s talk about the causes, stages, and treatment of gum disease. The chief cause of gum... read more »

How Dental Implants Help to Preserve Your Remaining Natural Teeth

Each tooth in your mouth plays an important role in your overall dental health. The loss of a back tooth can hinder your ability to chew, but that missing tooth’s absence can cause even more significant problems. Here are the concerns associated with a missing tooth: Such a scenario enables the other teeth to shift out of place. So, those... read more »

Why Great Dental Hygiene Is Essential to Your Oral Health

If you want to keep your mouth healthy and happy, then it’s imperative to maintain good dental hygiene. Dr. Feldman and his compassionate team encourage you to preserve your smile through observing a daily dental hygiene routine and by visiting our office for your regularly scheduled dental cleanings and exams. Naturally, you should brush your teeth twice a day, every... read more »

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