Support Your Oral Health with a Water Flosser

If you are looking for an alternative interdental cleaning tool to protect the gaps between your teeth, consider the use of a water flosser. A water flosser is similar to dental floss in that it can clean areas between your teeth. However, rather than using thread to clean out the... Read more »

Simple Tips for Dental Health: Tooth Replacements

Have you recently lost a tooth and are looking for a highly reliable tooth replacement? Thanks to modern dentistry, several options are available to improve and repair your smile. Through the use of dentures, dental implants or dental bridges, replacements can be administered to give you the smile that you've... Read more »

Dental Support: Pregnancy and Dental Health

cause problems including gum disease, also known as periodontal disease? Oftentimes, gum tissue infections can arise through a pregnancy simply because individuals may begin to neglect their oral health care. Although there are several risks that can often arise from a pregnancy, it is important to continue to clean out... Read more »

Treatment for Sleep Apnea

A ton of different options exist for those looking for treatment for sleep apnea. From the CPAP machine to holistic remedies, and everything in between, it’s easy to get overwhelmed at all the options you have in front of you. With that in mind, have you ever considered getting the... Read more »

Superstar Smile Makers: Dental Erosion Prevention

Are you familiar with the risks associated with dental erosion? Dental erosion, also frequently referred to as enamel erosion, is a condition in which the tooth enamel on your teeth is slowly worn down, frequently by harmful acids. If you do suffer from dental erosion, it will need to be... Read more »

How to Help Your Teen Have a Top-Notch Spring Smile

Your teen deserves to have an excellent smile while they enjoy this new spring season. A strong and healthy smile can help them do many things throughout the day without having to worry about dental problems or complications. Our dentist, Dr. Robert Berkowitz, is happy to help you help your... Read more »

Oral First-Aid Might Be Needed While Seeking Treatment

Sometimes a simple safety feature like treading the steps in your home or wearing a protective mouth guard during sports can save you from suffering significant oral trauma. If you do suffer an accidental blow to the mouth, you might need to administer some basic first-aid measure while you seek... Read more »

Treating a Small Cavity with a Dental Filling

Lingering bacterial deposits from poor oral hygiene habits can lead to increased plaque acids and hardened tartar development at the gumline. If this problem isn't addressed by making improvements in your daily routine and a professional dental cleaning, it could increase your chances of suffering from gum disease and cavities.... Read more »

Good Oral Hygiene Practices Are the First Step in Gum Disease Prevention

Gum disease typically starts out with periodontal tissues that appear inflamed, or bleed easily when brushing. At the same time, many gum disease sufferers also experience problems with chronic bad breath. If you have noticed any of these symptoms you should schedule an appointment with a dentist like Dr. Robert... Read more »

Preventing Cavities

Time and care are factors in cavity prevention. The amount of time that substances that cause tooth decay remain on your teeth can play a key role in the health of your teeth and gums. You should limit snacking throughout the day and avoid sticky and chewy foods that can... Read more »