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.
The New York Times reported that early in the coronavirus shutdown, there was a dramatic rise in the incidence of cracked teeth, migraines, tooth sensitivity and jaw pain. This was due to the increased number of people who were working from home, lost their jobs, got sick or had any number of stressful things occur during the pandemic. Bruxism is…Continue reading
It’s impossible to get through the day without using your mouth. Whether you’re enjoying your morning coffee, having breakfast on the go, taking your vitamins or addressing your co-workers, your mouth is constantly in use. Your mouth is the starting point for many of your daily activities, so it gets a lot of use and should be kept as healthy…Continue reading
Would I Be a Good Candidate for Dental Implants? Your teeth are an integral part of your good overall health as well as your oral health, so it’s essential that you maintain them properly. The CDC reports that almost one-fifth of the adult population over the age of 65 has lost all of their teeth, and two-thirds of those between…Continue reading
Do You Know the Common Causes and Symptoms of Gum Disease? Gum disease is insidious. You can have it for months but be completely unaware of the fact. You might have a little bit of bleeding when you brush or floss or you might have occasional or persistent bad breath. Both of these are signs that you should make an…Continue reading
Having a dental emergency in Voorhees can put your life on hold. You don’t want to go to work or school and all you can do is worry about getting treatment and having the pain stop. Knowing when to call for emergency treatment can make the difference between saving your tooth and losing it. What are Dental Emergencies? A dental…Continue reading
Tooth grinding or bruxism in medical terms, is a very common dental problem. Almost 5% of the total population habitually grinds their teeth during sleep. Daytime grinding does happen for some people, but it doesn’t cause as much damage to the teeth or mouth structures as nocturnal grinding. Let’s look at some of the symptoms and causes of teeth grinding along with…Continue reading
Anyone can face dental emergency at any time, so it is important to know what you can do to either limit the damage or avoid it altogether A huge number of dental injuries happen during sports through impact with other players. Latest studies show that approximately 5 million teeth are lost annually in United States due to sports related injuries.…Continue reading
Popular Myths About Wearing Dental Braces Your smile is what presents you to the world. It’s the first thing people notice about you. Studies show that having a great smile can affect your job and your social life. A great smile can make you look younger and more professional. But, what if your teeth are misaligned or have gaps between…Continue reading
Oral Health Is Important For Babies, Too! Oral health is important for everyone, even small children with baby teeth. For a child to learn to speak clearly, and to chew, they need healthy teeth. These baby teeth also hold space for the adult teeth that are coming. Here are some tips to help you keep your baby’s mouth healthy and…Continue reading
Think you are doing enough to keep your teeth clean by just brushing and flossing? Think again. Here are some of the top reasons to visit your dentist and have a professional dental cleaning done on a regular basis. Cavity prevention Every day, a whitish film called plaque builds up on your teeth. Plaque is the number one cause of…Continue reading