Oral Cancer Screenings Can Save Your Oral Health

Have you considered the possibility that your dental checkups could save your oral health? Many people understand a dental checkup can check for cavities and gum disease, but did you know your dentist provides you with an oral cancer screening too during your checkup? Yes, it’s true! Oral cancer screenings are part of every dental… Read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Help Secure a Partial Denture in Place

A dentist often sometimes provides a partial denture to replicate the basic function and physical presence of multiple missing teeth. The dental appliance is mounted onto a pink material that mimics the appearance of your natural gums. The base of the partial denture will be designed to closely match the curves and contours of the… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry is a Wonderful Way to Improve Your Smile

Cosmetic dentistry is a wonderful way to improve the appearance of your teeth. Thanks to the success cosmetic dentistry has provided in recent years, more people are looking to improve the appearance of their teeth than ever before. Our dentist, Dr. Moumen Almouzayn with Madison Dental Spa in Madison, Connecticut, offers cosmetic dentistry and is… Read more »

Oral Health for the New Age: Plaque Buildup Prevention

Plaque is one of those nasty substances that no matter how much we try to wash it away, it always ends up showing back up, which is a problem because plaque can lead to several problems with your oral health including dental erosion and cavities. Fortunately, several tools are available to always help you minimize… Read more »

Dentistry: A History

The earliest known evidence of dental work goes back as far as 12,000 BC. Archeologists have found an ancient tooth which contains remnants of a dental cleaning with flint tools. The first written text that has been discovered that mentions dentistry, however, is dated thousands of years later in 5000 BC. This Sumerian manuscript cites… Read more »

Dental Crowns and Veneers, Compared

Are you looking to improve your smile? So many options for cosmetic dentistry can be overwhelming. Two of the best options available for improving the aesthetics of your smile are dental crowns and dental veneers. Let’s look at some advantages of each. First, basic differences: dental crowns fully conceal unsightly or damaged teeth by capping… Read more »

Tooth Hazard Prevention and Why It Is Needed

If you wish to keep your smile flaws, it is important to prepare for any oral health hazards that could occur. By planning for any avoiding common dental hazards and risks that seek to destroy your smile, you can greatly increase your chances for a long-lasting safe smile that can continue to function effectively. For… Read more »

Dental Bonding is the Way to Go to Restore Your Tooth

You may ask yourself what simple and inexpensive option is there to correct a small flaw in your teeth. It could simply be some decay, discoloration, or even a stain. The answer to your question is dental bonding! This is a favorable procedure due to its simplicity and cost-efficient method. Here at , we want… Read more »

Dental Health Care Focus: Laser Dentistry

Did you know that ultra-powerful lasers are used in dental procedures ranging from cancer screenings to tooth whitening? For over two decades, lasers have found their way into a variation of dental procedures and are quickly becoming more and more widely used and accepted. Focus your oral health care on laser dentistry. Save your smile… Read more »

Stop Bad Breath in its Tracks

There’s never a great time to have bad breath (halitosis). If you’re tired of dealing with it, try the following five steps: Brush at least twice per day. Did you know that the American Dental Association (ADA) suggest that you should brush your teeth twice daily? Brushing your teeth will help you improve your breath… Read more »