Category Archives: Dental Care

5-Signs You Have A Cavity

By: Dr. Andrew Koenigsberg Most of the time you cannot tell if you have a cavity. Like most chronic diseases, (think high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease), there are no symptoms until the disease is very advanced. Fortunately, now days we have diagnostic aids to detect disease before there are symptoms. That is why it […]


WANT A KISSABLE MOUTH? SHOW YOUR GUMS SOME LOVE!

By: Dr. Robert C. Rawdin Who knew? Poor dental health can be a dating deal-breaker, according to Match.com. Healthy teeth and pink gums are way more appealing then bad breath caused by gum disease. To help celebrate National Gum Care Month AND Kiss Day, here are some tips to help get your mouth into the best […]


Take Control Of Your Child’s Oral Health

By: Dr. Rebecca Koenigsberg Keeping your child cavity free may be able to be in your control! A study of Australian twins suggests that environmental factors are more important than genetics in determining who gets cavities. Both identical and fraternal twins showed to have equal risk of developing tooth decay and cavities according to this study. […]


What Does Your Tongue Say About Your Health?

By: Dr. Rebecca Koenigsberg Stick your tongue out at the mirror and look closely. Bumps, patches and spots found on your tongue and mouth can be harmless, but sometimes it’s a red flag indicating something’s amiss with your overall health.  A White Tongue Oral Thrush – A white tongue might indicate Oral Thrush, a yeast […]


6 Myths About Pregnancy And Dental Health

By: Dr. Samantha Rawdin If you follow Gallery57Dental on social media, then I guess the cat’s out of the bag… I’m pregnant! And since there are actually quite a few ways in which pregnancy can affect oral health, I’m here to debunk what’s fact and what’s fiction. 1.You shouldn’t see your dentist when you’re pregnant. […]


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Negative Side Effects of Not Taking Care of Your Teeth

For some of us, taking care of our teeth is routine. And that’s a good thing. For others, getting into the habit of brushing and flossing, or even seeing your dentist regularly, is a bit harder. But, you may not know that keeping your teeth healthy may also be improving your overall health. Keep reading […]


A New Smile for the New Year

Your resolutions may include learning a new language, taking better care of your health, or improving your confidence by taking care of issues that have bothered you for years. No matter what you want to work on, trying to make some improvements in life is a great goal. And if you’re thinking of improving your […]


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Veneers For a More Beautiful Smile

Chances are, you have at least one tooth that you look at a little more closely in the mirror. Maybe you have a little spot of discoloration or a tiny hairline crack that gives you a little shiver of worry. Or, maybe your teeth are just moving and you have a tooth that used to […]



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Commonly Misunderstood Dental Facts

We hear a lot of stories about teeth, and correct people whenever they come into our office with dangerous ideas. But, not everyone is so open with how they view teeth and what they know about them. You may believe things about teeth from television, friends, or outdated information that just doesn’t help you make […]


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