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added on: January 31, 2023

You’ve heard time and time again about how it’s important it is to see your dentist in Lyndhurst every six months for a checkup. But why do we recommend visiting us twice a year? Do you really need dental checkups that often? The short answer is yes, but let’s take a deeper look into why these… Read More


added on: January 20, 2023

An estimated 85% of Americans will have their wisdom teeth extracted in their lifetime. While this procedure usually takes place in the late teens or early twenties, your dentist in Lyndhurst may recommend it at any time, especially if they’re starting to cause problems. Even though wisdom teeth surgery is incredibly common and doesn’t typically cause… Read More


added on: December 26, 2022

Mouth ulcers are small, often painful sores that can develop inside your mouth in various places such as your cheeks, tongue, gums, or lips. While having one can certainly be an inconvenience and cause a few days of discomfort, they’re usually no cause for concern. In fact, most ulcers heal and disappear on their own… Read More


added on: December 17, 2022

Cold and flu season usually spikes between December and February, which means we are just entering peak season for these illnesses. Along with the typical symptoms of fever, cough, and body aches, there can occasionally be signs that affect oral health, too. Thankfully, your dentist in Lyndhurst is here to ease your concerns about why your… Read More


added on: November 26, 2022

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a common infection that affects the gum tissue. It’s so common, in fact, that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that nearly half of Americans over the age of 30 have some form of the disease. In the early stages, gum disease can often… Read More


added on: November 17, 2022

Sinusitis, also known as a sinus infection, can have similar symptoms to a toothache, and you may be wondering which may be affecting you. The good news is that your dentist in Lyndhurst knows the difference between the tell-tale signs of a toothache versus those of a sinus infection. Let’s take a look at the similarities… Read More


added on: October 26, 2022

We’ve heard the saying that sugar rots your teeth. This adage exists for a good reason, as too much sugar can absolutely increase the risk of decay. So it’s no surprise that your dentist in Lyndhurst will encourage you to enjoy sugary snacks and drinks in moderation. But what if there was a way where you… Read More


added on: October 17, 2022

Hollywood has done a great job showing characters cracking up after getting laughing gas. But is that true? Does laughing gas really make you laugh? If so, how can this be beneficial for patients visiting their dentist in Lyndhurst? In reality, laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, can make you laugh, but there are… Read More


added on: September 25, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

There’s an appropriate time and place for do-it-yourself, at-home projects, and improvements. But your dentist in Lyndhurst wants you to know that any social media trend involving your oral health isn’t one of them. While you should take great care of your teeth at home by regularly brushing and flossing, you shouldn’t try these four social… Read More


added on: September 16, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Just because you may have replaced your natural teeth with a denture doesn’t mean you should stop seeing your dentist in Lyndhurst. In fact, it may be even more important for denture-wearers to keep their regularly scheduled dental appointments in order to protect overall oral health. After all, dental health also includes your gums, tongue,… Read More


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