We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Do you cringe whenever you look at your smile in the mirror? Crooked teeth can make you hesitate to smile or speak in public for fear of people judging you. If you’re worried about getting braces at your age, don’t worry. Invisalign offers an inconspicuous way to straighten your teeth or close gaps in them so you can smile with…Continue reading
One of the unanticipated side effects of the coronavirus pandemic is a rise in the number of tooth fractures that have come about due to an increase in teeth clenching and grinding. According to a recent article in The New York Times, one dentist has noticed a marked increase in the number of patients with complaints of jaw pain, tooth…Continue reading
Good oral hygiene isn’t time-consuming, but it’s far from effortless. Unfortunately, many people procrastinate when it comes to brushing and flossing. That’s a decision that can easily return to haunt them when it’s time to go to the dentist’s office. Your mouth is essential to your overall health, so maintaining good oral health will enable you to maintain better physical…Continue reading
How Will Dental Implants Improve My Smile? If you’re missing one or more teeth or if they’re damaged due to trauma or disease, then your self-confidence has probably suffered. Dental implants will replace your missing or damaged teeth with natural-looking artificial teeth that can restore your self-esteem and make you want to smile again. The CDC reports that most adults…Continue reading
Gingivitis is a common dental problem that affects the gingiva, more commonly known as gum tissue. Gingivitis is the earliest stage of gum disease and is usually characterized by inflammation, swelling and bleeding of the gums. If left untreated, it usually progresses to periodontal disease, which can cause the loss of your teeth due to the breakdown of supportive tissue…Continue reading
Healthy teeth are important for you and your family members. When a dental emergency occurs, however, you need to know where to find emergency dental care near Philadelphia and seek help as quickly as possible. Our emergency dental team offers walk-in dental services and same-day appointments for problems that require immediate attention. We are committed to the highest standards of…Continue reading
Finding the best affordable dentist to place your implants can be a challenge. Many dental care providers are qualified to place implants, but they’re not all equally skilled. Some attained their knowledge and experience in a weekend class or a short training program. Others have extensive hands-on experience under their belts. Implants are long-term solutions, so you want yours to…Continue reading
Most babies don’t get their teeth until they reach six months of age, but it’s important to start attending to their dental needs from the beginning. You should start cleaning your baby’s gums soon after birth. Pediatric dentists suggest scheduling an initial visit before your baby’s first birthday to ensure that his teeth and gums are healthy. During your child’s…Continue reading
Keeping your smile healthy and bright should be a joint venture. It’s an important part of your dentist’s job, but there are many things you can do on your own. Here are six great ways to get the brighter, whiter smile you’ve always wanted. 1. Watch Your Drinking Habits As a general rule, any beverage that can stain a white…Continue reading
They Can Change the Shape of Your FaceAlong with improving your smile, cosmetic dentistry veneers can greatly enhance the look of your face. Based on your dental needs and desires, your veneer dentist can place veneers to do a serious makeover to widen your smile, accentuate your cheekbones, or make your face more symmetrical. May Not Affect Tooth Enamel Thanks…Continue reading