How to Choose a Tooth Brush There are many tools that people use for specific jobs. For example – a construction worker often uses a hammer designed to drive nails into wood. However, different types of hammers are best suited for individual construction jobs. The same thing applies to toothbrushes and the trouble that many […]
Understanding the Pocket Depth Measurements Pop Quiz time – raise your hand if you have heard the term Pocket Depth Measurements. Although I am sitting in an office writing this blog, I can clearly see that unless you’re a dental student or experienced dentist, this phrase is probably unknown to you. Understanding how the Pocket […]
The mouth is a gateway to the rest of your body. But how often do we ever consider this fact? When we look at the two-way street that exists between oral health and overall health, the facts don’t lie. When you place a focus on your oral hygiene – your overall health is wonderful. When […]
This upcoming month – Team Smiles for Diabetes will be walking through the streets of NYC helping to raise awareness and funding for the American Diabetes Association. And although we all know that this event is a great cause – there are many that might ask the most important question – Why is Diabetes a […]
It’s not every day when you have an opportunity to help a huge group of people – but that’s exactly what’s in store for me on October 11th, 2014. As many of you know, I have been anticipating being a part of the STEP OUT: Walk to Stop Diabetes which is powered by the American […]
So you have a gap between your front teeth… In dental terms, we call it a diastema (dī-ə-ˈstē-ma) and really, it’s nothing to be worried about…not relative to your dental health anyway. It’s just a term we use to describe when a person’s two front teeth aren’t completely touching in the middle. So outside of […]
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Recent Blog Posts
- How to Choose a Tooth Brush (Cosmetic Dentistry 10019)
- Understanding Gum Disease (Cosmetic Dentist 10019)
- Recommended Daily Oral Hygiene Routine – Understanding the Basics
- Facts and Conclusions about Diabetes in America – Why do we Walk to Stop Diabetes?
- Are You Ready to Step Up to the Plate for Diabetes?