The Correlation Between Good Dental Health and Living Longer
Posted by Ron Briglia on March 28, 2017 in Oral Hygiene, Preventive Dentistry

No less an authority than the Mayo Clinic has affirmed that there is a relationship between oral health and overall health. Problems with your mouth, teeth and gums offer more than casual clues about other chronic conditions and certain serious diseases. That’s one of the reasons your primary care physician will ask you about your […]

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Preparing for and Recovering from Oral Surgery
Posted by Ron Briglia on March 15, 2017 in Dental Surgery, Sedation Dentistry

When you come for an appointment at our office, we want you to be entirely prepared for the experience. That’s why we’ve created this set of guidelines for you to follow before and after your sedation dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, root canal, or dental implants. By heeding these tips, you’ll have a pleasant procedure and successful […]

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Poor Nutrition Affects Oral Health in More Ways Than One
Posted by Ron Briglia on March 1, 2017 in Oral Hygiene, Preventive Dentistry

Sometimes, diets that are healthy for your body are in turn bad for your teeth. For example, citrus fruits or dried fruits are certainly good choices for your physical health, but they aren’t great for your teeth in the long run. Some of the healthiest foods can be detrimental to your long-term dental health or […]

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