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Holiday Canapé Stuck Between Your Teeth? Follow These Tips!

By: Liza Alicea  BA, RDH While feasting at a shindig one of the holiday canapés gets stuck between your teeth and you forgot to pack floss…what do you do? The Easy Solution In a perfect world,  you head  for the hors d’oeuvres that are deliciously skewered on a toothpick. Voila! You can use the pick […]


Sleep Divorce!? What Is It And Why Should I Care?

By: Robert C. Rawdin, D.D.S., F.A.C.P. Is your partner’s loud snoring or the tossing and turning keeping you awake?  It might be time for a sleep divorce. What Is A Sleep Divorce? Sleep divorce is the new modern solution for couples that love each other but dread bedtime together.  According to the National Sleep Foundation, […]


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 […]


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. […]


Why A Healthy Mouth Equals A Healthy Body

By: Dr. Samantha Rawdin This Sunday, April 7th, is World Health Day! This holiday is celebrated to increase awareness for global health.   …But what does that have to do with a blog on a dental website?  It gives us the opportunity to remind all of you about the link between oral health and overall health! […]


How Do Dental Professionals Get Their Kids To Brush?

Have you ever met a kid who LIKES brushing his teeth? Not likely! Toothbrushing is not the most fun activity for children, but it is absolutely necessary for a healthy life. Unfortunately they are usually too young to understand the consequences of neglecting their teeth. What’s at Stake?   Dr. Rebecca Koenigsberg & Her Son […]


5-Ways Inflammation Endangers Oral and Overall Health

By: Dr. Samantha Rawdin February is American Heart Month! Though it may not be obvious at first, there is a direct correlation between oral health and cardiovascular health. That connection? Plaque. There’s a plaque in your mouth and plaque in your arteries. Even though they’re not the same types of plaque, one can still influence […]


5 Facts About Canker Sores

By: Dr. Rebecca Koenigsberg Canker sores are painful white ulcers inside your mouth that tend to sneak up on you when you’re most vulnerable. Winter flu, times of stress, or just cleaning your teeth a little too roughly can trigger their appearance. How can something so small cause so much discomfort? 1. What are canker […]



5-Ways Probiotics Improve Oral Health

By Dr. Andrew Koenigsberg What are Probiotics? Probiotics are all the rage and easily available at your local drugstore or any health food store.In the battle against disease causing bacteria, probiotics are a natural way to help defend your body by increasing the number of good microorganisms and fighting the bad ones. Studies have shown […]


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