Improve the Care of Your Smile with Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

Your best chance for optimal oral health consists of not only cleaning your teeth on a daily basis, but receiving the necessary dental care through routine checkups at your dentist’s office, eating healthy, and preventing oral accidents or injuries from arising. In addition, numerous oral health ailments typically include multiple risk factors that are easily… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: A Summary

Baby bottle tooth decay is a condition targeting the mouth, teeth, and gums of children below the age of 6. When a child has Baby bottle tooth decay, their oral cavity is affected by cavities and could also have potential tooth loss. If you’re meticulous with your child’s oral care at home and you bring… Read more »

The American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance

If you want a top-notch oral health, then you need to use the right oral hygiene tools. This is because there are tools out there that can damage your smile, unfortunately. So, to ensure that you’re using the right tools, our dentist, Dr. Joseph Tagliarini, encourages you to use tools that have been approved by… Read more »

Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Dental Sealants

Have you struggled recently with imperfect oral health care and find yourself constantly coming up with cavities or other forms of dental erosion? If so, it is important to seek out tooth restoration treatments designed to prevent further damage from occurring. One highly effective treatment to consider is dental sealants. If you are considering a… Read more »

Why Patients Love Porcelain Dental Crowns

While porcelain dental crowns are still fairly new to the field of dentistry, they are becoming very popular due to their aesthetic quality, durability, and comfort. Dr. Joseph Tagliarini and our team invite you to learn more about why so many patients choose porcelain dental crowns over other materials. Porcelain comes in many different shades,… Read more »

Some Bad Habits Can Increase Your Chances of Developing a Dental Problem

The outer layer on each of your teeth is covered in a thick veneer of strong tooth enamel. This gives your teeth the durability to handle a lifetime of chewing food, while also protecting the sensitive inner core of each tooth. Good oral hygiene habits like brushing twice and flossing at least once each day,… Read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Practices Increase Your Chances of Suffering a Cavity on One of Your Teeth

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once. This will clear away plaque, food debris, and sugar residue. If they’re not removed from your mouth on a regular basis, plaque acids can start to build up, while tartar hardens near the gumline. If you are also reticent… Read more »

Let’s Take a Look at How Your Overall Health is Connected to Your Dental Health

It’s important to have good dental health because having poor oral health can affect your entire body and create major health issues that can affect your body’s major organs. This is why your dentist, Dr. Joseph Tagliarini, wants you to have the best oral hygiene routine to help keep your smile healthy as well as… Read more »

Dental Sealants as Oral Health Treatments

Did you know that dental sealants are highly effective for children who are just beginning to show signs of molars? Molars typically begin growing in around the age of 6 in children, and often run a high risk of cavities. However, with dental sealants, they can be applied to a child’s teeth safely and effectively… Read more »

The History of Dentures

Dentures have got to be the most boring thing ever. You probably wouldn’t argue that, right? The truth is that dentures have an incredible history. This may be hard to understand, but tooth decay isn’t an American invention. For much of history, humans have fought the problem of tooth decay and tried to answer it…. Read more »