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Tongue Discoloration & Overall Health
added on: May 21, 2020
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Your dentist in Lyndhurst knows that your oral health can say a lot about your overall health. But the connection doesn’t just involve your teeth and gums. In fact, at every one of your dental appointments, your dental team takes a good, hard look at your tongue, as well as… Read More…


How Stress Can Affect Oral Health
added on: April 27, 2020
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Stress can be caused by any number of things, such as work and family.  But in these uncertain times, it’s only natural to experience elevated levels of stress. Too much stress can have negative effects on bodies such as headaches, stomachaches, increased heart rate, and overall feelings of anxiety. But… Read More…


What’s Considered a Dental Emergency?
added on: April 10, 2020
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There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world today, including whether or not you should see your dentist in Lyndhurst. We’re here to help. As of April 1, 2020, the American Dental Association (ADA) has recommended that dentists across the country suspend all routine dental care to help reduce the… Read More…


How The Keto Diet Affects Oral Health
added on: March 25, 2020
keto diet

Starting a new diet can be both exciting and difficult, and there are many different types of diets to choose from. One of the most common diets is the Keto Diet, and its followers often find weight loss success. But as with all diets, the Keto Diet does come with… Read More…


3 Ways to Prevent Bad Breath
added on: February 26, 2020
woman with bad breath

We’ve all experienced the embarrassment of bad breath at some point in our lives. Maybe it was after a hearty dish of garlicky pasta or your morning cup of coffee. Or perhaps it’s something you deal with every day. Either way, we think it’s pretty fair to say that nobody… Read More…


The Surprising Connection Between Gum Disease & Heart Disease
added on: February 12, 2020
heart health month

Every February, we celebrate Heart Health Month to raise awareness of how we can both evaluate our risk for heart disease as well as what we can do to reduce that risk. While it may seem out of character to hear your dentist in Lyndhurst talk about heart health, the… Read More…


How Treating a Cold Can Cause Cavities
added on: January 30, 2020
cough syrup

More than 3 million Americans get the common cold every year. That’s a lot of sneezes, running noses, and coughs that many of us will treat with over-the-counter medications. Even though these medications can help us feel a little bit better and relieve us of our symptoms, even temporarily, there… Read More…


Let’s Talk About Lip Biting
added on: January 27, 2020
woman biting her lip

Many people repeatedly bite their lip (or cheeks or tongue) as a way to deal with nerves or stress. It’s a habit that some may find relieving, although sometimes also painful. However, to your dentist in Lyndhurst, constant biting of the soft tissues in the mouth can certainly raise some… Read More…


All About Orthodontics
added on: December 23, 2019
smiling girl with crooked teeth

At our dental office in Lyndhurst, we’re honored to take care of your family’s smiles. From regular cleanings, fillings, and restorative dentistry, we’re here to ensure healthy grins all around. But what happens if your teeth are crooked or overlap? Is it something to worry about? The truth is, if… Read More…


Eat Your Way to a Whiter Smile
added on: December 23, 2019
pineapple and strawberry

One of the most common things dental patients want is to get a whiter smile. Thanks to everyday things like our morning cup of coffee or tea, or the occasional glass of red wine, our teeth are constantly exposed to foods and drinks that can easily cause them to become… Read More…


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