1. Is Tooth Whitening Safe?

    It’s nearly impossible to watch television or flip through a magazine without seeing ads for tooth whitening products. Whether the ad is unveiling a new whitening toothpaste, strips, or trays, it seems like there is a new product on the market every few weeks. If you’ve worried that your teeth aren’t as white as they could be, you might have considered buying one of these products or maybe y…Read More

  2. Dental Implants Can Change Your Life

    Have you lost teeth due to an accident, age, or a history of less-than-stellar oral health care? If you have, we understand if you feel embarrassed or sad about the way your teeth look, but you don’t have to keep hiding your smile. At The Dental Group Of East Brunswick, we can help restore your smile in a way that might be hard for you to believe. Our dentist has performed countless dental proce…Read More

  3. Why Dental X-Rays and Teeth Cleanings Are Important

    Finding the time to take care of everything you need to do to keep your house running can be difficult. Raising kids, going to work, and trying to find a few moments to do something for yourself can seem like an impossible amount of stuff to get done. When you add in all of the extra things that seem to pop up during the day, something has to give, right? Here is one thing that you should never sk…Read More

  4. What is Periodontal Disease?

    Periodontal disease is one of the most common dental problems that adults in America face. While it doesn’t start off as a severe problem, if left untreated, the consequences can be extreme. In this entry, we’ll cover the basics of what periodontal disease is, its symptoms, and how to treat it. If you’re worried that you might be suffering from periodontal disease or any other dental problem…Read More

  5. How to Find the Perfect Dentist

    Whether you just moved to the East Brunswick area or you’re looking for a new dentist after you received less than outstanding care somewhere else, choosing the right dentist for you and your family can be a difficult decision. Ideally, you’d like to find someone who is both caring and competent, a dentist who knows how to make you feel comfortable (which is especially important if you or one …Read More

  6. The Benefits of Dental Implants

    Dental implants refers to a wide range of dental appliances that can be installed into your mouth in a way that makes them permanent. Unlike temporary bridges or dentures, dental implants aren’t removed after you eat or before you go to sleep. Instead, they are meant to replace your damaged or lost teeth in a way that very closely duplicates natural teeth. Not only to dental implants look better…Read More

  7. How to Get Your Kids to Brush Right

    Teaching your kids good hygiene can be difficult: some kids just seem to attract dirt. Teaching your kids about good oral hygiene can be even harder. While you see them brushing their teeth, you don’t know how good of a job they’re doing. Today, we will go over how to make sure that your kids are brushing right and how you can help them keep up good habits that will carry on throughout their l…Read More

  8. What Does Sedation Dentistry Mean?

    You probably hear the term sedation dentistry quite often when you start looking for a dentist but you might not have any idea what it means. In this entry, we will go over the basics of what sedation dentistry is, how it works, and why it might be the right choice for you. If you need sedation dentistry or any other dental services, including restorations, dental implants, periodontal disease tre…Read More

  9. How Does Tooth Whitening Work?

    Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you and it’s one of the features that you yourself will spend a lot of time looking at. For better or worse, your smile is one of the anchor points of your face and nothing can destroy your confidence like a smile that isn’t as white as you’d like. Maybe you’ve tried a handful of whitening toothpastes and at-home whitening kits…Read More

  10. How to Prevent Cavities

    As we get older we tend not to worry about getting cavities in our teeth as much as when we were younger. We know to brush our teeth a couple times a day and we try to watch how much sugar we eat and we feel like we’ve got it figured out. And then a tooth starts to hurt or it becomes sensitive to hot or cold. We put up with it for a few days or a few weeks until it gets really bad and then we go…Read More