Category Archives: dental care

  1. Keep Your Teeth In Tip-Top Shape This Summer

    Are you ready for some fun in the sun? We aren’t sure about you, but we are so happy that summer will be here in just a few short days! Between the cold and snow this winter mixed with the restrictions of the pandemic, it has been a long winter in NY. We are ready to enjoy lazy summer days, planned vacations, time away from school, and all of the other pleasures that summer brings. While summer is a time for fun, it is important to remember that you still need to be mindful of your oral health. We want to share some helpful reminders to keep your oral health in tip top shape. Continue reading to learn more.

  2. Caring For Your Oral Health As You Age

    There is a certain misconception that would have patients believing that losing your teeth at an older age is inevitable. When thinking back to the time of our grandparents and earlier, that might have been more accurate. Dental care from years ago was not what it is today. Modern dentistry, technology and the awareness of our oral health makes it possible to keep your teeth for the rest of your life if they are cared for properly.

  3. Do Cold Foods And Drinks Make You Wince?

    We can all agree that the arrival of the spring is very exciting for many reasons. The longer days and warmer weather are a welcome change to the cold and snowy days of winter. Along with the warmer weather comes the enjoyment of ice cold drinks and frozen treats. Do you love the warmer weather, but the thought of cold drinks and treats leave you feeling less than enthused? If the thought of enjoying a refreshing treat leaves you hesitant due to the sensation felt in your teeth, continue reading to learn more about this common condition and what can be done.

  4. Two Forms of Gum Disease: Does it Affect You?

    You may be surprised to know what problem greatly affects the oral health of many Americans. Would you be surprised to learn that tooth decay is not the number one dental issue that affects most American adults? The answer is gum disease. In fact, there is a chance that you are suffering from the effects of gum disease at this very moment and are not aware that the underlying problem is there due to its silent nature. Gum disease is a serious gum infection, accompanied by inflammation, caused by bacterial growth along the gumline and around the base of the tooth.