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.

At-Home Dental Care Tips

Your dentists can’t take care of you and your family 24/7. At some point, you have to practice solid dental care habits at home to maintain healthy teeth and gums – the more consistent and disciplined the habits, the better. Two of the most common questions we receive at Dr. Dental are: What can I …

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How to Prevent the 5 Most Common Childhood Dental Problems

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the phrase “common childhood dental problems?” Cavities probably top the list – and for a good reason. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 20% of children ages 5 to 11 years old have at least one cavity.  But …

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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

The Importance of Oral Health – How to Decrease Your Risk of Mouth and Throat Cancer

Did you know that April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month? Oral cancer is a surprisingly common disease; more than 50,000 new cases of oral cancer are diagnosed in the United States. Oral cancer may not receive the publicity and awareness of other cancers and diseases, but it should. Consider this: about 25 Americans die every …

The Importance of Oral Health – How to Decrease Your Risk of Mouth and Throat Cancer
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