Your tongue is the most flexible muscle in your body, but sometimes it still slows down and gets twisted. Dr. Villani can help you keep your tongue and all areas of your mouth clean and healthy to function properly.
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The Proper Way to Brush Your Teeth
Do you brush your teeth effectively? Dr. Villani can assess your brushing habits to make sure you’re keeping your mouth healthy and clean.
Finding a good dentist is important to receive the best oral care. Read what other patients are saying, then visit Dr. Villani to experience our services for yourself.
Questions for Your Full Medical History
A full medical and family health assessment can help Dr. Villani determine your risk of certain problems and the treatments that will help keep you healthy.
Dental Care for Expectant Mothers
In addition to eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of rest, there are a million things you can do to ensure the health of your unborn child. Avoid certain foods to lower chances of allergies, avoid alcohol, raw fish, caffeine, and tobacco products, don’t travel by air after the 7 month mark, and the list goes on and on. Have you ever thought that your dental health could contribute to a health pregnancy?
Have a Happy and Healthy Halloween
Happy Halloween from the Brighton Family Dental team! We hope that you and your family have big trick-or-treating plans for tonight, but, as your dental caregiver, we have to warn you against the dangers of Halloween candy. There is a reason, of course, why Halloween has earned a spot on dentists’ list of least favorite… Read more »
Adult Braces: Not Always Bad
Invisible braces can help secretly straighten your teeth. Visit Dr. Villani for your free Invisalign consultation.
Dental Health Hazards in Your Kitchen
The ingredients and methods you use to cook your food can harm your teeth. Contact Dr. Villani to help keep your smile healthy.
Problems of Sugarfree Gum
Are you constantly chewing gum? You may suffer from weight loss or jaw pain. Dr. Villani can help you maintain good oral health.
Crossing the Bridge of Articulation
Are gaps in your teeth affecting your articulation? Could dental bridges be the solution to your pronunciation?