1. What is a Root Canal?

    Have you noticed heightened sensitivity to hot and cold with your teeth, severe toothaches especially as you chew or put pressure on a tooth, discoloration, or swelling and tenderness of the gums? Whi…Read More

  2. 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 se…Read More

  3. 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…Read More

  4. 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…Read More

  5. 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…Read More

  6. 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…Read More

  7. 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 a…Read More

  8. 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 …Read More

  9. Ten Reasons to See a Dentist Now: Part Two

    In our last blog entry we covered five reasons that you should see a dentist as soon as possible. These reasons ranged from headaches to tooth sensitivity and were often indications of problems that …Read More