Tricks That Can Help You Find Relief From Tooth Sensitivity

Did you know there are things you can do to relieve your tooth sensitivity? Well, it’s true. In fact, you might be able to return to a normal life that involves comfortably consuming hot and cold foods and beverages and even taking deep breaths of cold air! Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Be Made from Different Materials

Our , Dr. will sometimes recommend a dental crown restoration to address a tooth with a significantly compromised enamel layer. This is also a common treatment for large cavities, dental fractures and significantly misshapen teeth. The tooth’s general location in your mouth will largely influence the type of material Dr. Frank Russomanno Jr. recommends for… Read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Benefit Good Oral Hygiene Habits

The American Dental Association notes that you should brush your teeth each morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a fluoride toothpaste. After brushing your teeth, you should floss at least once a day. After brushing and flossing, you might also enjoy vigorously rinsing your mouth a little antiseptic mouthwash. It’s worth noting that… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Protect Teeth from Cavities

Tooth decay is an ever-present concern that is typically related to poor oral hygiene practices. Without a consistent effort to brush your teeth each morning and night with a fluoride toothpaste or remembering to floss at least once each day, plaque and bacterial deposits can lead to the formation of cavities. Molars and premolars are… Read more »

Shed Some Light on Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

  Not only is it important to make sure you’re cleaning your mouth out on a daily basis with effective oral hygiene treatments and routines such as brushing and flossing, but you also should make sure that you frequently visit your dentist and maintain a proper diet. If any of these aspects are missing from… Read more »

Dental Questions Answered on Dental Erosion Prevention

  A precious layer that lies atop your teeth is known as your tooth enamel. Your tooth enamel is designed to protect the inner workings of your tooth with an added layer of protection to ensure dental damage cannot occur. However, there are numerous factors that can increase the risk of tooth enamel decay and… Read more »

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 »