No one plans on a tooth falling out. There are a variety of different things that can attribute to the issue. Sports injuries, car accidents, poor oral hygiene, and even genetics can play a role in tooth loss. A wide […]
Long Island residents face various tasks each day that consume what seems like all of their time. The rat-race called life has people working more hours than ever before, while also juggling raising a family, attending school, and chasing the […]
More and more people are seeking out information on Invisalign. Over the years, it has become the method of choice for patients and dentists alike to straighten teeth. There is nothing wrong with metal or ceramic braces, but these options […]
Oral health is not always at the top of the list when it comes to resolutions. Shedding excess weight, eating healthier, and quitting alcohol or tobacco usually garner most of the attention as each new year rolls around. However, people […]
Most members of society believe in an unwritten law that anything, and everything human-made, will eventually break. However, people also expect to get their money’s worth out of an investment. For denture wearers, their teeth help them eat and receive […]
Many of you are most likely aware of the color of your teeth and how this color can change over time, even with whitening sessions. But, do you really know what the color of your smile is?
Having a tooth extracted is never really any fun and may not be the experience you most look forward to. However, something even worse can come after the extraction that could leave you begging to go back in time and […]
Tooth contouring and reshaping are ways in which you can help erase any minimal defects when it comes to your smile. They are both cosmetic dental procedures that offer a considerably affordable option to improve the aesthetics of your smile.
We have grown up with our parents always telling us it is important that we brush and floss twice a day. But, do you really know why this is so important? What happens to our teeth if we choose to […]
Typically, wisdom teeth will only need to be removed if they are causing problems or if the X-rays done on your mouth are showing that the wisdom teeth may cause problems and complications later on down the road.