Tag: dental cleaning brighton

Can a Dental Cleaning Preserve Your Mental Health?

The above question may seem like a strange one. However, in light of the recent findings published in a study that draws a connection between tooth loss and the decline of cognitive abilities, it is a relevant one. The study in question administered thinking and memory tests to almost 6,000 men and women, all of… Read more »

Brighton Dentist Shares Homecare Tips

Many oral health problems are caused by oral bacteria. These bacteria assault teeth each day, forming a clear, sticky film called plaque, which enables them to attach to teeth. It is the goal of homecare to remove plaque so that the bacteria it contains are unable to do lasting damage to teeth. Thus, because homecare is… Read more »

Brighton Dentist Reminds You to Schedule a Dental Cleaning

While homecare is absolutely vital to our oral health, it is also important to attend professional cleanings with regularity. These cleanings permit professionals to clean and examine your teeth and give your feedback about your homecare habits and the state of your oral health. To learn more about the benefits of attending your regular dental… Read more »

Try These Homecare Tips from Your Brighton Dentist

It is sometimes easy to forget how important teeth are in our everyday lives. The fact remains, however, that without teeth, eating and speaking become very difficult. A lack of teeth also shows in the face, which tends to appear sunken and aged. Therefore, because teeth are so valuable, it is important to ensure their… Read more »

Periodontal Care in Brighton: Gum Disease Prevention

Gum disease is an often overlooked, but serious oral health condition. With eight out of ten people in America suffering from some form of periodontal disease, prevention and awareness are imperative for keeping your teeth and gums healthy. At our dental office in Brighton, Dr. Villani takes periodontal care seriously, with advanced gum disease treatment… Read more »

National Flossing Day

Once the table is clear, leftovers divided and put away, and the infamous “food coma” has set in, you have one more thing to think about. Every year, National Flossing Day falls the day after Thanksgiving, so Dr. Tom Villani and Dr. Richard Kondrat want to remind you that flossing is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy smile.

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?