Talk to Your Dentist About Dentures

  It is possible that oral accidents and injuries have caused you to have missing teeth. However, numerous issues and ailments are associated with missing teeth. In addition, sometimes teeth are so severely damaged that tooth extractions are required. Fortunately, modern dentistry can allow your dentist to craft for you customizable tooth replacements perfectly back… Read more »

Oral Health Care Year in Review: Tooth Hazards

Tooth hazards can arise in many forms and can lead to severe oral ailments. Even if you are actively cleaning your smile every day and following the necessary steps to keep your smile safe, it’s important to exercise caution with all lifestyle changes or choices that can immediately lead to dental damage. Be aware that… Read more »

A Dental Filling Used to Treat a Fractured Tooth Might Be Made from Various Materials

Chipped tooth enamel and dental fractures can vary in severity. Sometimes the damage can be minor enough that Dr. Russomanno Jr. or Dr. Keane can repair the tooth and rebuild its structural integrity by installing a dental filling. There are various materials that might use for the dental filling. This recommendation will be based on… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Help Protect Your Teeth From New Cavities

Our dentist recommends having a dental checkup performed about every six months to help clean your teeth and to catch any developing oral health problems before they can worsen. This simple outpatient appointment includes a comprehensive dental cleaning to remove all traces of hardened tartar from your mouth while also polishing away minor surface stains… Read more »

What to Look for If You Think You Have Gum Disease

How do you know if you have gum disease? Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease, and periodontitis is the advanced stage and the effects on your oral health are profound. Gingivitis is quite common, and with treatment is often reversible. Once is advances as it is left unchecked, serious consequences can ensue. Gum… Read more »

The Best Oral Hygiene Team for Your Oral Health

If you want a top-notch oral health, then you need to have a top-notch oral hygiene team. This means you need to use safe and effective oral hygiene tools when you clean your smile. Now, our dentist, Dr. Frank Russomanno, Jr., understands that might be tough if you’re not sure what to use. So, he… Read more »

Caring for Your Toothbrush So It Cares for You

Brushing your teeth is fundamental to make sure that your smile will evade tooth decay and cavities. It’s also important to make sure you are using the right kind of tools. Here are some tips to follow to ensure your toothbrush is pristine so it can do the best job for you: – An ideal… Read more »

Cleaning Your Dentures

Dentures are a cost-effective way to replace some or all of the teeth in your smile. You may think that because your dentures are not your natural teeth, your days of brushing are over. The truth is however that food debris can build up on your dentures, particularly between your dentures and gums and your… Read more »

Assembling a Dental First Aid Kit

Most offices, schools, churches, have a first aid kit on hand. And even if someone doesn’t have official first aid training, they understand the basics of cleaning a cut or scrape and applying a bandage. But what about your teeth? When talking about first aid, most people do not even consider dental emergencies. But dental… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Baby’s Teeth

When you look at your newborn, you may be surprised to learn that all of her baby teeth are present. You can’t see them, but they are in her jaws, waiting for their time to erupt. For that reason, you should begin a dental hygiene regimen with her, to set the stage for a lifetime… Read more »