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Your Dentist Debunks 4 Myths about Dental Health

September 8, 2019

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myth facts chalkboardAs an adult, you realize that rainbows don’t lead to a pot of gold. There are many old myths that entertain children, but you know better. But do you believe common myths that still exist about teeth? Misunderstanding your smile can lead to serious consequences in the long term, so take a look at this blog post from your dentist in Westhampton to learn the truth about your pearly whites. (more…)

Take Care of Your Oral Health for National Wellness Month

August 7, 2019

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It’s August. It’s time for the kids to get back to school and the weather to think about cooling down. But did you know that August is also National Wellness Month? You can take this opportunity to evaluate how well you are taking care of your body and make necessary changes in your routine for improved health. Although it may not be your first thought, your oral health plays an important roll in your overall well-being. Keep reading this post to learn how your dentist in Westhampton can help you stay healthier in the long term. (more…)

4 Reasons to Get Teeth Whitening in Westhampton This Summer

July 7, 2019

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woman smiling outside

You’re sitting on the beach, listening to the waves, and enjoying the warm sunshine. Then, you see someone attractive walk by. Are you confident enough to smile at them? Or do your stained or discolored teeth hold you back? Summer is a time for adventure and fun, making it the perfect time to breathe new life into your appearance. Read on to find out four reasons why you should get teeth whitening in Westhampton this July. (more…)

5 Definitions to Help You Understand Dental Implants in The Hamptons

June 9, 2019

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parts of dental implant

Have you ever been to the dentist and felt like you weren’t on the same page? Did it feel like they were speaking a different language? It can be challenging to keep up with all the terms that dental professionals use to talk about complex procedures—especially Dental Implants. In this post, you’ll become familiar with the definitions of common dental implant terms you’ll most likely hear. By taking the time to learn these terms, you can make more informed decisions and have confidence in your treatment choice. (more…)

Your Dentist in Westhampton Explains How Oral Health and Overall Well-Being Are Connected

May 30, 2019

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tooth medical

Did you know that what happens in your mouth could impact your overall health? Not only does your mouth allow you to intake food for fuel, it houses a plethora of bacteria. If these bacteria are not kept in check, they can wreak havoc both inside and outside your oral cavity. Take gum disease, for example. During its early stage, this inflammatory disease makes your gums swell, appear red, and bleed, but if left untreated gum disease can lead to permanent damage to your bone and tooth loss. As serious as these consequences are, gum disease’s impact goes far beyond your mouth. In this post from your dentist in Westhampton, you’ll learn how your oral health is related to your overall health. (more…)

Your Dentist in Westhampton Says Oral Cancer Screenings Are Important

April 4, 2019

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a hand with an oral cancer signWhat would you do if you were told you had oral cancer? It would probably scare you quite a bit, right? This is a normal, typical response, but wouldn’t it be nice to know that it was caught in its early stages, and your likeliness for survival is extremely high? Of course, it would! That’s the advantage of early detection with oral cancer, which is why your dentist in Westhampton wants you to be screened for it during your routine dental checkups. Read on to learn more about the risk factors, symptoms, and the importance of screening.