Teeth Tingling? Your Dentist in Plainfield Can Explain!

Whether you’ve just taken a sip of soda or you’re eating a spoonful of cereals, you can’t get past the weird tingling sensation that’s emitting from your teeth. While this doesn’t necessarily hurt, it’s enough to make you feel annoying. This sensitivity can easily turn into tooth pain if not attended immediately. That’s why your […]

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What are my options to replace missing teeth?

Why should I replace missing teeth? What will happen if I don’t? Our teeth are designed to work together. Each tooth is connected to two other teeth in opposing arch. When we lose a tooth it’s like taking a pillar out of a building structure.  At first nothing happens, but soon gravity and external forces […]

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Stay away from these habits says your Dentist in North Plainfield

Do you think you are very good at-home oral health care? You may be missing an essential fact that your habits outside your home can make a big impact on your oral health. Dr Harmanpreet Kaur DDS, dentist in North Plainfield suggests that it’s difficult to recognize some of our habits outside home that can […]

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Periodontitis Disease

How do I know if I have gum disease?

What is gum disease? Gum disease, or gingivitis, is a common condition which affects most of us at some stage of our lives. It is an inflammatory response of the gum tissues to bacterial plaque build-up. Periodontal disease, or periodontitis, is a condition affecting about a third of the population, with a third of those […]

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How often should I go to the dentist?

As a general rule it is recommended that you visit your dentist for a check-up and clean once every six months. In dentistry, as in many areas of health, prevention is better than cure. People often do not become aware of dental-related conditions such as decay, gum disease and oral cancer until there are visible […]

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amalgam dental fillings

Should I replace Amalgam Fillings?

Not too long ago, amalgam was the material of choice for dentists when placing fillings. Amalgam fillings, when properly done, were inexpensive, easy to place and long lasting. As dentistry has evolved, however, the disadvantages of amalgam have become more apparent. Apart from a lack of visual appeal, one of the main disadvantages of amalgam […]

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Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extractions: Do I Need a Dentist or Oral Surgeon?

When it comes to tooth extractions, we often get asked “do I need a dentist or an oral surgeon?” A tooth extraction is nothing to take lightly, so it’s important to choose the right provider for your situation, especially if it’s an emergency procedure. Both dentists and oral surgeons can perform tooth extraction, so how […]

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Deep Cleaning

Regular Cleaning vs Deep Dental Cleaning

Imagine a scenario: where you are brushing your teeth and you notice a blood on your brush, on the floss or in the sink. May be swelling or redness in your gums? When you visit your dentist and the doctor completes an exam and reviews X-rays, you are informed that you have gum disease. Periodontitis […]

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Broken Front Tooth! What to do?

A broken front tooth impairs your ability to eat and talk and there is this embarrassment that comes from missing key part of smile. A broken front tooth sounds simple, but there are actually several varieties of trauma that a person can suffer.  You need to make quick decision after breaking or loosing front tooth. […]

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How Much Dental Implant Can Cost?

Dental Implant cost can range from $2500 to as much as $5000. Even if the cost is partly covered by your insurance, there is still a big out of pocket expense Dr Harmanpreet Kaur of Dental Designer explains what exactly are you paying for when you get an implant. Implant Dental implants are made of […]

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