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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.

The Right Time for Your Child’s First Dental Visit

When should your child visit the dentist for the first time? All things considered, the earlier the better. Studies have shown that visiting the dentist at an early age (around 1-2 years old), followed by regular dental visits, is positively correlated with lifelong oral health. Teeth and gum health is important for young children. How …

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Gum Disease and…Pregnancy Complications? What the Latest Research Shows

Let’s do a quick pop quiz on the link between oral health and overall health. What are the benefits of regularly taking care of your teeth and gums? Better chance of avoiding sickness Decreased odds for diabetes, heart disease, and other diseases Helps in avoiding pregnancy complications A high-five from an impressed Dr. Dental dentist …

How Dental Care Affects the Whole Body

How important is dental care for overall health? Probably more critical than you think. Many serious diseases and ailments are linked to poor dental care, including: Diabetes Lung and respiratory issues Arthritis, lupus, and other auto-immune disorders Cardiovascular disease Researchers think that the link between dental care and health is related to bacteria entering the …

Take a Deep Breath, Relax, and…Smile! Ways to Reduce Dental Anxiety

Take a Deep Breath, Relax, and…Smile! Ways to Reduce Dental Anxiety Are you or a family member apprehensive about your next dental visit?Well, we have some good news and some better news.Good news first: you’re not alone. More than 10% of Americans have either delayed or canceled an upcoming appointment due to dental anxiety. In …

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