With the end of the year fast approaching, now is a great time to evaluate the state of your oral health and consider any changes you would like to make to your smile. With the advancements in dental treatments and technology, we can create your dream smile. We offer a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can improve the aesthetics of your teeth as well as how they function. Interested in learning if one of these treatments is right for your oral health needs and desires? Read on to learn more.
Are you or a loved one planning to start a family, are currently pregnant, or a new mom? At Joel D. Singer, DMD, we want to help you with your oral health during each important stage in your life. You may be surprised to learn that not only does your body change during pregnancy, but your mouth can experience changes as well. We don’t want you to end up with dental decay and other issues along with your bundle of joy, so we want to explain how your dental health can be affected during pregnancy and give you some helpful tips to keep your teeth in the best possible shape. Even if you aren’t expecting, please forward this to someone you know who is or is planning to get pregnant.
Do you feel extremely nervous when you visit our office? Or do you or a loved one have extreme fear of the dentist and it is keeping you from receiving the dental treatment you desperately need? If so, you are not alone. There are a number of dental patients who experience a range of feelings that vary from slight nervousness all the way to severe anxiety. Our goal is to help our patients overcome their feelings to get the treatment they need. We know that there are certain patients who benefit from an outside source to help with their feelings. This is the reason we offer sedation dentistry to our patients. Continue reading to learn more about how sedation dentistry may benefit you or a loved one.
Dr. Singer believes in providing dental care with a focus on your overall health and wellbeing. He believes in looking at the patients as a whole and using natural and non-invasive techniques to treat his patients. One way he does this is by using ozone therapy, a treatment that uses a medical-grade ozone, a pure form of oxygen, to treat many common dental problems.
When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been longer than our recommended time frame since your last visit, you are due for an appointment. Since we see you so infrequently during the year, the bulk of your oral health falls on your shoulders. If you are not cleaning your teeth properly, you run the risk of increased decay and gum disease. Even though you have been brushing your teeth and caring for them since your youth, you may be surprised to learn that you are cleaning your teeth incorrectly. Continue reading to learn the proper techniques and steps to properly clean your teeth.
If you are experiencing persistent tooth sensitivity issues or have tooth discomfort, your tooth enamel may be compromised. Although your tooth enamel, the covering of your teeth, is the hardest substance in your body, it can become damaged if not cared for properly. Your tooth enamel is put to the test multiple times a day when you eat, but there are often other reasons for damage.
My goal for my patients is to provide dental care with a focus on their overall health and well-being. If you are experiencing severe decay, unexplained discomfort, or missing teeth, I can help restore the function of your teeth. I not only use restorative treatments to repair your teeth but also to help improve your quality of life and lifelong health. If you have been experiencing dental issues, avoid smiling, and have difficulty eating, I can help you. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits restorative dentistry can provide.
At Joel D. Singer, DMD, we provide dental care with a focus on your overall health and well-being. We are unlike other dental practices in that we don’t treat your mouth as separate from your body. We understand that the mouth and the body are connected, and, in many ways, what is happening in your mouth relates to what is occurring in your body and vice versa. Dr. Singer still performs many of the same dental treatments you might find in other offices, but his approach may vary from what you have seen previously.
Dealing with an unexpected emergency is no fun, especially if it involves a costly repair or it disrupts your plans. Thankfully, many of the things we use on a daily basis, our cars for example, often give us warnings or have indicator lights to notify us of a pending problem we should have checked out before it becomes a significant and expensive issue. Our mouths work in much the same way. We often have patients who are surprised when they experience a dental emergency, but then realize their mouth has been giving them warning signs for quite some time. Interested in learning more about the warning signs your mouth might be telling you? Read on to learn more.
When we have patients who visit our office and are interested in straightening their teeth, most patients are only concerned about the appearance of their teeth. They want to smile and show off beautiful, straight teeth. However, when we examine patients who are considering orthodontic care, we have a different concern — their bite. In fact, we often have patients who are suffering from a different problem and are surprised to learn they have an incorrect bite and it is leading to their oral health issues. Your bite is the way your upper and lower teeth fit together when you have your mouth closed as well as when you are chewing your food.