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Coffee & Your Teeth: How Your Morning Cup o’ Joe Affects Your Dental Health

January 30, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 2:23 pm
Man pouring creamer into cup of coffee

Are you a self-proclaimed coffee fanatic? Whether it’s the delicious taste or quick jolt of energy that has you hooked, you’re certainly not alone. According to research provided by the National Coffee Association, over 50% of Americans have at least one cup o’ joe every day. Unfortunately, this much-loved beverage isn’t exactly mouth-healthy. Keep reading to learn how coffee affects your teeth and how you can protect them from staining!


3 Huge Problems with Normal Dentures That Implant-Retained Dentures Fix

January 8, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 9:05 am
man smiling with implant-retained dentures

Since losing most or all of your teeth, you’ve grown accustomed to your dentures. You’re used to removing them and soaking them at night. You figuratively bite the bullet and soften your food so it’s easier to eat. You may even use adhesive to keep them in position.

Over time, you may have just accepted the annoyances of dentures as unavoidable. But that’s far from the truth! Dentures that are attached to implants address basically every negative that comes along with traditional dentures. Read on to learn about their pitfalls and how implant-retained dentures can make all the difference for your smile!


4 Ways You Can Tell It’s Time for a New Set of Dentures

December 12, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 11:28 am
an up-close view of an upper and lower denture for a patient’s smile

Do your dentures no longer feel comfortable? Do they slip while eating or fit poorly? Ill-fitting dentures are a common occurrence, and sometimes, a quick reline just won’t do the trick. A local dentist shares 4 ways you can tell it’s time to consider getting a new prosthetic and why you might opt for a more permanent solution with implant-retained dentures. 


Does a Broken Denture Count as a Dental Emergency?

November 27, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 4:00 pm
Closeup of senior man with oral pain

All too often, patients think dental emergencies are reserved for extreme injuries that require immediate medical attention. While cases like knocked-out, fractured, and otherwise damaged teeth certainly do fall into this category, other issues like a broken denture also count. Read on for common causes and what to do if you do find yourself in this situation!


Enjoy Your Thanksgiving: How Dental Implants Can Help

November 11, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 11:52 am
a family seated around the Thanksgiving table

The holidays are meant to be a time to enjoy friends, family, and good food. However, when you are living with missing teeth, these joyous occasions can be marred by embarrassment and the inability to take part in the most memorable festivities. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way! Eating with dental implants can give you a new lease on life. Not only will you be able to consume all your favorite foods, but you’ll do it with greater confidence. Read on and learn how dental implants can make a difference at your Thanksgiving table this year.


Why Do Dental Insurance Plans Have Waiting Periods?

October 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 11:13 am
dental team member explaining dental insurance waiting periods to two patients

You’ve had a toothache for a while, but you were afraid to visit your dentist for treatment because you didn’t have dental insurance. Once you finally bought insurance, you were excited to use it. But then you find out that you have to wait a certain amount of time before you can use your benefits. What exactly are dental insurance waiting periods? Why do they exist? What services do they affect? Continue reading to discover the answers to these questions.


6 Tips for Wisdom Tooth Extraction Recovery

October 20, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 1:59 pm
Girl holding wisdom teeth

Every single year, five million people have their wisdom teeth removed in the United States. This is because they often don’t have enough room to grow properly and can cause issues. Even though no extraction is a pleasant experience, by following your dentist’s instructions, you will be able to bounce back in no time. Continue reading to learn more about the duration of wisdom tooth recovery as well as some helpful tips to make the process go smoothly.


4 Signs You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

September 15, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 10:48 am
Patient visiting dentist about tooth pain

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 22. While 35% of the population is born without them, the large percentage of patients who do have them eventually need to get them extracted. In fact, the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons estimates that 85% of wisdom teeth need to be removed and 90% of patients have at least one impacted tooth. If you haven’t undergone the wisdom teeth removal procedure, here are four signs you should!


What If Your Toothache Suddenly Fades Away?

September 10, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 12:07 pm
Dentist pointing to X-ray of patient's teeth

Has a once nagging, uncomfortable toothache suddenly faded away? Initially, your first thought may be to bust out in a happy dance and cue the celebration music. However, a previously problematic tooth that has gone asymptomatic could be a warning sign of a more serious dental concern, like severe decay that necessitates a root canal or extraction. Here’s why you should schedule an appointment with your dentist right away if your toothache subsides.


How Your Dentist is Approaching Hygiene Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

August 18, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — rosenfeld @ 8:40 am
a person washing their hands with soap and water at the sink

COVID-19 has caused people from all around the world to re-think proper handwashing. Fortunately, for dental professionals, this practice has been and continues to be one of the most important and necessary aspects of keeping patients safe. With the virus continuing to pose a threat, you may be wondering what steps your dental team is taking to improve hand hygiene and minimize the spread of COVID-19. Read on to learn how they’re refining cleanliness efforts to ensure you and others are better protected.

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