Some things about your teeth aren’t common knowledge, but they’re still important in the context of good dental health.
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Brighton, Massachusetts dentist Dr. Villani sharpens your oral health knowledge with this short quiz.
Prolonged exposure to the sun can increase your risk of lip and oral cancers. Visit Dr. Villani to protect your smile this summer.
Dr. Villani explains how cheese can help strengthen and protect your smile.
If you change your dental hygiene behaviors directly before your dentist appointment, Dr. Villani can still evaluate your regular hygiene habits based on the condition of your mouth.
What are you doing for Spring Break? Whether you’re planning a vacation, outdoor activity, or time to rest, Dr. Villani can keep your smile healthy through your springtime fun.
Don’t ignore your tooth pain! If your toothache becomes very severe or lasts for a long time, call Dr. Villani immediately to address your dental problems.
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 fluoride is a routine part of most dental cleanings and exams at many dental offices. For some time, however, the use of fluoride has been a debate among dental and health professionals.
The question remains: Is fluoride good for you and your teeth, or not?
Well, the answer is yes. Fluoride contains a protective component for your teeth, but it can be harmful in certain circumstances, as well.
With the new year upon us, New Year’s resolutions are on everyone’s minds. Unfortunately, it is more common for people to forget about their resolutions before the end of January, rather thank keep them for the entire year. I am Dr. Thomas Villani of Brighton Family Dental Group, and I have a challenge for you.
Be the exception to the New Year’s resolution trend. Set a goal and stick to it. It won’t be as hard as you think because my team and I are here to help.
I want to help you dedicate yourself to your dental health in 2011. This means different things for different people. If you can’t remember the last time you had a dental exam, it’s time to come in. I like to see my patients for a check-up every six months to make sure that everything is healthy and working properly. In addition to a dental cleaning, I will check for gum disease and scan for oral cancer at this check-up.