Mar 1 2017
senior woman's implant supported dentures

Caring for Your Implant-Supported Dentures

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After getting your implant-supported dentures, you might notice your dentist uses special tools to clean them and the areas around them. This often raises questions for patients: What is the best way to make sure these implants stay clean, and how can it be done at home? Implant-supported dentures differ from conventional “complete dentures” since […]

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Feb 1 2017
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The Good Food, the Bad Food, & the Tooth Decay

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It’s not interesting to stay away from sugary delicacies like candies and cookies, but, when it comes to protecting your teeth from tooth decay, your choice of food is vital. To help prevent tooth decay, here is a list of food choices that you should avoid and ones that you should keep. Food to Avoid […]

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Jan 16 2017
Woman with jaw pain after grinding her teeth

Consequences of Grinding Your Teeth

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The problem of grinding your teeth, otherwise referred to as bruxism, is a condition that both children and adults suffer from. Although this condition does not usually cause harm, the problem arises when it occurs on a regular basis, thus causing tooth damage, stress fractures, and other oral complications. It is, therefore vital to be […]

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Dec 22 2016
Woman with cavity

How Do I Know if I Have a Cavity?

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Have you been ignoring tooth pain or do you suffer from sensitivity to hot and cold foods in one or more teeth? If this describes you, chances are the pain won’t just go away. You may have a cavity, which is a serious dental issue you shouldn’t ignore. By having your dentist treat your cavity […]

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Nov 14 2016
Woman in pain from her wisdom teeth.

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

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Having wisdom teeth removed is a common procedure, but what exactly are these teeth? A wisdom tooth is a molar that comes in all the way at the back of the upper or lower jaw. These teeth are the third molars that grow and the final ones that come in through the gums. Unlike other […]

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Oct 7 2016
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Why You Should See a Dentist if You Have a Broken Tooth

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If you have a broken tooth, don’t let the problem linger. All too often, people assume that a broken tooth will only prove to be unsightly and that will be the end of the problem. The truth is that a broken tooth can wreak havoc on your personal health. It must be addressed with professional […]

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Sep 19 2016
Teeth whitening in New York

Teeth Whitening: At-Home or In Office?

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  Nowadays, it seems like everyone is whitening their teeth. Consumers can choose to have their dentist perform a professional teeth whitening or attempt a DIY (do it yourself) teeth-whitening project at home. There are meaningful differences between each approach. Let’s take a look at each of these teeth whitening methods to help you determine […]

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Aug 8 2016
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The Teeth Cleaning Advantages of an Electric Toothbrush

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Good oral hygiene offers one of the best defenses against cavities and other oral health problems. You should be brushing a minimum of twice a day, and flossing is important too. Since brushing your teeth is so important, you want to make the most of your daily brushing, ensuring that you remove food particles and […]

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Jul 15 2016
Dental Implants

The Advantages of Dental Implants

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For years, dentists could only offer patients with denture problems one solution, dentures. Today, the odds of patients getting dentures are highly unlikely, due to a new and convenient dental solution, dental implants. Dental implants allow patients to retain a flawless smile, while restoring their missing or damaged teeth. Dental implants offer a long-term solution […]

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Jun 7 2016
Man with no sleep apnea in New York City

Oral Appliances For Sleep Apnea

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Oral appliances are used to treat snoring as well as mild and moderate obstructive sleep apnea. They resemble mouth guards that are used in sports and are put in the mouth before sleeping at night. Central Ave Dental’s Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea > What is sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder in […]

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