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Periodontitis Disease Treatment

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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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 Tooth 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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Baby Tooth- Even More Important To Take Care!

Just because our little ones will get new teeth soon is not the reason to allow our little ones to get tooth decay and infection on baby tooth. Dr Harmanpreet Kaur of Dental Designer makes it a point that baby teeth are not throwaway teeth concurring it with posted video at American Dental Association website […]

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Brushing Your Teeth Helps Prevent a Heart Attack

Removing plaque thoroughly by brushing teeth can help prevent a heart attack. A new study suggests the brushing regularly reduces inflammation in the body to levels close to what can be achieved by statins. Several studies found that people brushing twice removes plaque had their levels of inflammation also fell by 29 percent. Statins lower […]

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Oral health and pregnancy

Oral Health during Pregnancy

The oral health is very important in part of everyone life but it is more emphasized when you are pregnant. Majority of pregnant women have oral health problem including bleeding in gums and tooth ache. In order to avoid risk to both the child and mother, it is important to see your dentist. Following are […]

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Nitrous oxide

Nitrous Oxide

It is estimated that between 9 and 15% of American adults avoid going to the dentist because of fear. Studies show that fear of the dentist is more often due to society’s misplaced belief that dental treatments are all painful more so than an actual painful experience. Dentists use nitrous oxide to help patients have […]

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DIAGNOdent Laser by KaVo

DIAGNOdent is the future of dental decay detection, providing a highly accurate and reliable means of identifying dental caries. With DIAGNOdent, North Plainfield dentists can discover the beginnings of decay before it has a chance to progress. DIAGNOdent is capable of detecting even the tiniest of caries, pits and crevices that are potential sources of […]

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Dental XRay

Dental X-Rays

For years, dental x-rays have been used to diagnose oral health complications and detect decaying or damaged teeth. X-rays provide a unique view of the mouth that isn’t possible with a visual exam alone. When x-rays are taken, the teeth and bones absorb the majority of the ray, making them highly visible on film or […]

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