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 with laser dentistry and these... read more »
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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 by removing food debris that... read more »
There are several things that can compromise an area of tooth enamel. Small chips and enamel erosion from poor oral hygiene are two of the more common culprits that allow bacteria to exploit a tooth. If it’s detected and diagnosed early on, Dr. Moumen Almouzayn might be able to treat a small cavity by applying a filling at his Madison,... read more »
Dental bridges are always installed in place using a very strong dental-grade adhesive. This will give the dental restorations the strength to last for many long years ahead. Yet there are still some times when complications from periodontal disease or a dental trauma can come to affect this strong bond. Should any part of your dental bridge feel loose or... read more »
When you lose a tooth to severe decay, dental avulsion or a treatment-based extraction, the ramifications to your oral health and function can be significant. Even if you adapt to the decreased ability to chew, the missing tooth can still affect the clarity of your speech as well as your physical appearance. As time goes by, you could potentially suffer... read more »
Think back on the days that you believed in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. Do you remember the excitement the prospect of losing a baby tooth brought? Knowing that the Tooth Fairy was going to come to take the tooth and leave money, whether it was a dime, quarter, or dollar, is a highlight of childhood. As the Tooth... read more »
You probably know that there are a number of things you can do to protect your teeth. Similarly, you know that brushing and flossing are vital to your oral health. However, do you know how to determine the type of floss that’s best for your teeth? There are a variety of different flosses you could consider using. For example, if... read more »
If your smile suffers from chips, stains or other cosmetic imperfections, it can leave you feeling self-conscious about your appearance. This drives many people to contact Madison Dental Spa to understand their options for enhancing the appearance of their smiles. One of the most effective methods for doing this is to fit each tooth with porcelain dental veneers. These custom-shaped... read more »
The holidays are right around the corner. Hopefully that means there will be plenty of joys and toys, meats and cheeses, and ice creams and root beer dreams to keep everyone in your family happy. With all the excitement brewing for the festive times to come, it’s important to remember your oral health care. Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, you can... read more »
Tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental issues can make your child’s smile very scary, especially during Halloween. So, it’s best to help your child have the best and most successful oral health in Madison, Connecticut, so they can enjoy this Halloween holiday without having to worry about toothaches and dental issues. To help you, our Madison Dental Spa team... read more »