My Dr. Dental Blog

Dr. Dental takes pride in being a comprehensive dental care provider. This is why we complement our high quality services, affordable treatments and friendly staff with a broad range of dental news and dental tips. Our dental blog is packed with important information that can benefit you and your whole family, ensuring that your next trip to one of our dental offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey does not stretch your budget, consume your time or produce more aches and swelling.

How Your Oral and Dental Health Change as You Get Older

Aging gracefully – it’s certainly a hot topic in the medical community, on health blogs, in lifestyle forums, and practically everywhere else. If there’s one common link among adults and soon-to-be senior citizens, it’s the universal desire to stay gold well into the golden years. From muscles to joints to the skin and a hundred …

How Your Oral and Dental Health Change as You Get Older

How to Handle Six Common Dental Emergencies (Infographic)

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to https://www.mydrdental.com/ with this graphic. What’s the worst thing about dental emergencies? Besides the obvious pain and discomfort, dental emergencies aren’t planned or scheduled. From sports injuries to a super-sticky piece of taffy, damage to your teeth and gums can happen in an instant. That’s the …

How to Handle Six Common Dental Emergencies

Smile-Impacting Symptoms: 5 Early Signs of Dental Trouble

Dental trouble affects much more than your teeth and gums – it can have a lasting effect on your overall health and well-being. Luckily, Dr. Dental’s team of oral healthcare professionals knows exactly what to look for and how to get your oral health back on track. 5 Early Signs of Dental Trouble Cold or …

Smile-Impacting Symptoms: 5 Early Signs of Dental Trouble

Prescriptions That Are More Than a Mouthful: Medications That Lead to Tooth Decay

According to the Mayo Clinic and Olmsted Medical Center, nearly three-quarters of Americans take at least one prescription drug, while 20% use at least five medications. When you take a common medication to battle a cold, suppress pain, or promote regular blood pressure, you’re focused on one thing: returning to normal health. But should you …

Prescriptions That Are More Than a Mouthful: Medications That Lead to Tooth Decay
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