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10 Dental New Year’s Resolutions
added on: January 10, 2022

‘Tis the season for reflection and resolutions. Of course, you can improve your oral hygiene any time of year, but there’s something about looking ahead that makes it seem not only possible but probable. Here are our top 10 Dental Resolutions – take any or all of them into 2022!… Read More…

Posted In: Oral Health

5 Tips to Protect Your Teeth During the Holidays
added on: December 7, 2021

There’s nothing like an unexpected trip to the dentist to derail the most wonderful time of the year. To ensure your teeth stay healthy through the holidays and beyond, follow these tips: 1. Teeth aren’t present-openers or nutcrackers This sounds like a no-brainer, but when an impatient child hands you… Read More…


5 Benefits of Tooth-Colored Fillings
added on: November 4, 2021

There are some things those of us over a certain age know all too well, like minivans without screens, phones attached to cords, and silver dental fillings. We’re now reaping the rewards of advancing technology (for the most part). Road trips are quieter thanks to mobile entertainment systems, phones are… Read More…


Implants vs. Dentures : Which is Right for You?
added on: October 6, 2021

If you’re dealing with tooth loss, you’re not alone. The American College of Prosthodontists estimates that 178 million Americans are affected by this serious problem. We understand the significant role a healthy smile plays in self-confidence and the far reaching-impact tooth loss can have on a patient’s quality of life…. Read More…


How Do Teeth Become Stained?
added on: August 30, 2021

There’s no shortage of teeth whitening solutions. From in-office lasers to at-home whitening kits and snap-on veneers, there have never been more ways to achieve a white smile! But, before you order a custom kit or hit up the drugstore for whitening strips, there’s more you should know about teeth… Read More…


The Best & Worst Summer Drinks for Your Teeth
added on: August 1, 2021

It’s summertime, and we’ve traded winter coats and hot cocoa for breezy linens and refreshing umbrella drinks. Unfortunately, though you might be counting down the days until your “Out of Office” is on and your feet are in the sand, because the culprits behind tooth decay and enamel damage never… Read More…

Posted In: Oral Health

Toothbrush 101
added on: June 30, 2021

The toothbrush is a staple of good oral hygiene, but owning a toothbrush and knowing how to use it properly are two different things! Most of us don’t really give it much thought; we apply toothpaste, brush, rinse, and move on with our day. Unfortunately, simply brushing twice a day… Read More…

Posted In: Oral Health

Fix Your Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
added on: October 17, 2016
hockey player with missing tooth

Don’t let your spooky smile fit in with the Halloween decor this month! My dental office in Little Falls wants to help you say farewell to a dead or missing tooth thanks to the help of a dental implant… or implants if you’re missing more than one tooth. Implants are… Read More…

Posted In: Dental Implants

We’re Celebrating National Dental Hygiene Month
added on: October 6, 2016
dental professional with patient in dental chair

October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and at my dental office in Little Falls, we’re dedicating this blog to hygienists and celebrating the variety of services they provide to patients on a daily basis. Let’s take a look at some of the things hygienists do and how they become qualified… Read More…

Posted In: Dental Hygiene

What’s It Mean if Your Jaw Gets Locked?
added on: September 19, 2016
woman holding jaw in pain

The feeling of a jaw that won’t close or open and seems as if it’s stuck is one of the worst feelings someone can experience. It’s terrifying, it’s painful, and it’s random. But what exactly causes it? The team at my Little Falls dental office is here to hopefully ease… Read More…

Posted In: Jaw Pain & TMJ

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