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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


added on: August 27, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Your smile is a valuable asset. But if you’re unhappy or self-conscious about the way your smile looks, you may hide it from people around you. Unfortunately, this can have unwanted effects. In fact, according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, more than 99% of adults see a smile as an important social asset,… Read More


added on: August 18, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Hyperdontia, a rare yet completely possible condition, causes people to have more teeth than usual. Typically, kids will have 20 baby teeth, and 32 more will erupt as they get older. But those with hyperdontia grow what are called supernumerary teeth, which are extra teeth that usually grow behind the already erupted teeth. The good… Read More


added on: July 26, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

If your dentist in Lyndhurst tells you that you or your child has an impacted tooth, you may initially be a bit worried. But don’t fret. Impacted teeth are incredibly common. Even though impacted teeth are most often associated with wisdom teeth, the truth is any tooth can be impacted and can affect the development of… Read More


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

There is any number of reasons why you may not like the way your teeth look. Perhaps your teeth appear too long or short, or maybe they aren’t as white or straight as you’d like. No matter what you dislike about your smile, rest assured knowing that your dentist in Lyndhurst has numerous cosmetic and restorative… Read More


added on: June 23, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Noticing a piece of food stuck in your teeth can be embarrassing, but it can also be uncomfortable. Even though it’s normal for food to get wedged between teeth on occasion, it’s a whole other story when this happens time and time again in the same spot. These areas are known as food traps, and… Read More


added on: May 27, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

In honor of Root Canal Awareness Week, which occurs each May, your dentist in Lyndhurst thought it would be fun to talk about this treatment that patients often dread. Why? Because it has a bad reputation for being painful — when the total opposite is the actual truth. Root canals are probably one of the… Read More


added on: May 20, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Did you know there have been studies showing that older women with gum infections are more prone to developing common forms of cancer? Women with optimal oral health are less likely to get various forms of cancer. Your dentist in Lyndhurst wanted to take a moment to shed some important light on how critical it… Read More


added on: April 29, 2022
Whole Life Dentistry in Lyndhurst

Cavities are one of the most common dental problems your dentist in Lyndhurst sees and treats every day. Now, while a teeny, tiny cavity may seem like no big deal, the truth is, it’s important to treat any area of decay quickly to keep other problems from popping up. If cavities aren’t treated quickly, they… Read More


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