Roselle Park Dental & Implants Blog

Why You Should Upgrade to a Metal-Free Crown

January 8, 2024

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dental crown being placed

Join us on a path toward enhanced dental health and beauty as we delve into the shift from traditional metal crowns to their contemporary, metal-free alternatives. Dental crowns are crucial for restoring teeth, especially those heavily decayed. Historically, metal amalgam has been the go-to material for these crowns, providing a dependable solution. However, with technological progress, the era of metal-free crowns has emerged, presenting a superior choice. Keep reading to discover why your dentist suggests metal-free crowns over metal ones.


Procedural Preparations: 3 Ways to Be Ready for Dental Implant Surgery

November 7, 2023

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Dentist blurry in the background holding parts of a model dental implant to the foreground

Dental implants are one of the most effective methods to restore missing teeth because they look and function so much like your natural ones. After your first consultation appointment, it’s normal to start to feel somewhat anxious as your implant procedure approaches. Many patients get nervous about this step in the process because it’s a surgery like any other. Being proactive ahead of time is a great way to ease your nerves and feel more prepared. Keep reading to learn 3 steps you can take before the big day!


How Much Enamel is Removed for Veneers?

September 8, 2023

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Computer model of veneer and prepped toothIf you’re not happy with the way your teeth look, a picture-perfect smile is possible without requiring extensive dental work. Veneers are a popular cosmetic treatment because they correct many imperfections at once, saving time and money. However, your teeth will need to be altered to ensure the best results. Don’t worry, here’s how much enamel you’ll sacrifice to invest in the smile of your dreams.


How Chronic Stress Can Impact Your Oral Health

July 5, 2023

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Stress can manifest in the body in a number of physical and emotional ways. It’s not uncommon to hear about someone getting an ulcer, headache, or stomachache from stress. However, the fact that chronic stress can have a significant impact on your oral health is usually an afterthought. It’s important to take steps to reduce your stress and protect your smile. If you want to know more about how chronic stress can impact your oral health, keep reading.


Can Dental Implants Get Cavities?

May 4, 2023

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patient wondering if dental implants can get cavities

Dental implants are advanced replacement tooth roots that are designed to replace missing pearly whites. Consisting of three essential components—the implant, the abutment, and the restoration—they offer a durable and aesthetically pleasing tooth replacement option that can improve your oral health and overall smile. If you currently have dental implants and are wondering about their vulnerability to tooth decay, read on to learn more.


The Types of Tooth Stains & How to Get a Brighter Smile!

March 27, 2023

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a smile revealing half-stained teeth and half-whitened teeth

Many people want a bright, beautiful smile. As a matter of fact, this is not a new phenomenon. History has proven that even the ancient Egyptians were trying to whiten their teeth. It’s no surprise that was a goal for people even centuries ago; white teeth make you appear more youthful, healthy, and vibrant! Unfortunately, tooth stains and discoloration are not uncommon and can keep you from having the gleaming pearly whites you desire. Read on to learn about the different kinds of tooth stains and how your dentist can help you get a luminous grin!


4 New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Smile

December 27, 2022

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a person removing a piece of paper that says "2022" to reveal a piece of paper that says "2023" beneath it

For some, the New Year is a time to make changes to improve their physical or mental health, do more things that bring them joy, or otherwise boost their quality of life. If your goal for the new year is to take care of your body and improve your financial situation, taking better care of your smile may be the best New Year’s resolution you can make! Read on to get four ideas for 2023 intention for healthier teeth and gums.


Visiting Your Dentist Is a Money-Saving Move

November 4, 2022

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patient smiling in dental chair

That magical time of the year so many people look forward to – the holiday season – is on the horizon. If you’re like most people, you are probably looking for ways to save money in preparation for all the gift-giving and festivities. While you may think canceling your dentist appointments is a good way to reduce expenses, it can cost you much more in the long run. Not convinced? Read along as a dentist in Roselle Park explains how regular checkups and cleanings can definitely fatten your wallet in the long run.


Here’s Everything you Need to Know about a Dental Implant’s Lifespan

October 18, 2022

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Dentist smiling and holding a model of an implant

Wading into the world of dentistry can be disorienting. There are so many great options to replace your missing teeth that it can be hard to choose. Dental implants are some of the most popular, in part due to their touted longevity. But exactly how long do dental implants last? Here’s a brief guide to help you answer that question.


What Can You Eat and Drink After Teeth in a Day?

September 22, 2022

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Scrambled eggs on a white plate

Teeth in a Day has a major advantage over traditional implant treatments in that you can often get a new denture on the same day as the implant surgery. However, your implants will still need time to join with your jawbone, so you’ll need to be careful about what you eat or drink during this period. The following post can give you an idea of what your diet will look like after Teeth in a Day surgery.


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