Category: Preventive Dentistry Syosset LI NY

Let’s Protect Your Child From Cavities

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Your children need care at home to avoid poor oral health, such as daily brushing and flossing. But they also benefit from treatment at our office. In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist will discuss how our unique preventive treatments could strengthen little smiles, and how a simple cleaning could effectively keep cavities and gingivitis… Read more »

Could The Dentist Relieve Your Headaches?

Do you often experience chronic headaches or regular pain in your jaw? These uncomfortable developments could potentially mean the presence of serious oral health concerns like TMJ disorder and bruxism. In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist explains the causes and complications related to these disorders, and how we can offer relief with an oral… Read more »

Preventing Gum Disease

According to studies from the Centers for Disease Control, half of adults aged 30 and older suffer from some stage of periodontal disease. This preventable disease could lead to major problems for your smile, including an increased risk of adult tooth loss. In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist explains how to recognize warning signs… Read more »

How To Protect Your Child’s Smile From Cavities

Cavities not only cause painful toothaches and tooth sensitivity, but the decay could over time increase the risk of infection or even premature tooth loss. To safeguard smiles from cavities, your Syosset, NY, dentist offers a preventive approach to children’s dentistry. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what parents can do to help… Read more »

Key Questions About Preventive Dental Care

Most people recognize preventive dental care as the routine checkups and cleanings that they need to schedule on a routine basis. Many people also recognize the connection between their daily dental hygiene routine and the success of their overall preventive dental care. However, there are still many questions that you might have about the point… Read more »

Are You Negating Your Own Dental Hygiene Efforts?

Practicing good dental hygiene every day is one of the most important factors in preserving your healthy smile for life. Yet, it isn’t all there is to protecting your teeth and smile from things that could negatively affect them later. For example, the point of good dental hygiene is largely to prevent issues from occurring… Read more »

What Makes Plaque a Threat to Your Smile?

Most people recognize the term, dental plaque, and the fact that it’s something they shouldn’t allow to remain on their teeth for long. However, not everyone realizes the specific threats that plaque buildup can pose to their smiles, or how those threats can manifest long before they realize it. As the basis for many of… Read more »

Relieving Tooth Sensitivity When It’s Minor

When a tooth hurts severely, the only way to relieve it is often to seek professional dental treatment. However, for many people, minor tooth sensitivity can be an early indication that their at-home dental care routines can use some improvement. If addressed early enough, some minor cases of tooth sensitivity might be relieved and reversed… Read more »

Could Your Dental Hygiene Be More Effective?

Practicing dental hygiene can sometimes feel like homework. Your task is to brush and floss your teeth every day, and your dentist will grade your efforts the next time you visit. In the meantime, however, that feeling can cause many people to take their hygiene routines less seriously than they should. The goal isn’t to… Read more »

When a Tooth Decays – A Close Look at Cavities

The good thing about keeping your smile healthy is that, in general, doing so isn’t difficult. However, it does take consistency, which most of us may fail at once in a while. For example, the most common concern – tooth decay – can develop if even a small number of oral bacteria are able to… Read more »