Do you have an important upcoming event and would love to make a change to your smile but are under a time constraint? Or would you love to straighten your teeth, but don’t want to commit to the time required for traditional braces or clear aligners? If you are unhappy with the placement of your teeth, we have a solution that can help straighten your smile in a fraction of the time of other orthodontic options. Read on to learn more about this orthodontic option that can give you big results in a short amount of time.
At Joel D. Singer, DMD, we offer dental care with a focus on your overall health and well-being. Our patients are our top priority and our team works together to ensure that you feel comfortable with each aspect of care that you may receive. Our experienced team has extensive training and knowledge in the cutting-edge dental treatments that elevate the level of service we provide to our patients. Each team member shares Dr. Singer’s philosophy of bringing a whole-body approach to oral health. We want to take a moment and share more about one of these team members — Lily.
Although we recently started a new year, for many of us we are just getting into planning and scheduling appointments for 2022. Speaking of appointments, when was your last visit to our office? We know that life gets busy and obligations with work, family and social commitments always seem to pop up, not to mention lingering illnesses that continue to circulate. We want you to think about your overall oral health and consider scheduling an appointment for your routine hygiene examination, especially if it has been longer than six months since we have seen you. Delaying your dental exam can lead to discomfort, dental decay, as well as other conditions. If you have been delaying dental care due to lack of insurance or overall cost, we have a solution for you. Read on for more details.
It is not uncommon for us to see patients with missing teeth or recommend that a patient have a tooth extracted. There could be a variety of reasons that a patient is dealing with tooth loss and can range from severe decay to facial trauma or medical complications. No matter the reason for tooth loss, it can be upsetting and traumatic to patients. The first question that we are usually asked is in regards to replacing the tooth and if a tooth replacement option really needs to be chosen. Patients with a visible missing tooth are typically eager to choose a replacement; however, patients who are missing rear molars can show hesitation at times. We encourage all patients to replace their missing teeth as soon as possible.
What Getting Sick Means For Your Oral Health Happy 2022! The start of the new year usually means we are deep into the frigid days of winter here in NJ. Along with the cold weather, winter usually brings upon the dreaded winter illnesses. While we are no stranger to taking precautions to ward off illnesses,…
It’s hard to believe that we are in the middle of December and the new year is right around the corner. Whether your holiday celebrations are over or you are in the midst of planning, there is plenty of excitement in the air. No matter which holiday you celebrate, December is always a busy and exciting time. Events are planned, parties are attended, shopping never seems to end, and meals need to be cooked. Everywhere you turn, there is something that can add stress to your life. You may be surprised to learn that added stress can not only impact your overall health but your oral health as well.
Do you avoid visiting our office due to lack of dental insurance and the fear of out-of-pocket costs? Are you looking to make your dental care more affordable? We never want dental insurance concerns or worries over treatment costs to be a reason that you do not visit our office. A lack of routine dental examinations and cleanings can lead to numerous issues with both your oral and overall health. With that in mind, we have an option for our patients to save money and get the quality dental care they need. Interested in learning more? Continue reading to learn more about this great opportunity for you and your loved ones.
Are you self-conscious when you speak in close proximity to others? Do you find yourself keeping your distance from others due to concerns over your breath? Everyone experiences bad breath from time to time. Whether you finish a big cup of coffee or enjoy a meal filled with garlic, it is normal to be on the hunt for a mint or some mouthwash to combat the smell of your breath. After a thorough cleaning of your teeth, including brushing and flossing, your breath will be fresh once again. However, if you experience frequent bouts of bad breath, you may be experiencing a bigger problem with your oral health. Read on to learn what conditions you may be experiencing.
We want to stress to our patients the importance of caring for your oral health. For many, life is always busy, and the years seem to fly by. Between work, family obligations, activities with children or grandchildren, and enjoying life, there never seems to be a dull moment or any down time. With all that is going on in your schedule, it can be easy to put off the appointments that don’t seem like an emergency, such as hygiene examinations. However, what happens when time continues to move on and those appointments are still put off? We know that we have patients that have put off coming to our office for years and now feel uncomfortable about scheduling an appointment. These same patients may also be experiencing oral discomfort or are dealing with a dental health problem and feel it is too late to fix their teeth. Does this sound like you?
Does the thought of calling our office to schedule an appointment send you into a panic? Do you become so nervous before an appointment that you have a hard time eating or sleeping? If you have been avoiding scheduling an appointment or visiting our office for a hygiene examination or needed treatment, there is no need to hold off any longer. We know that dental fears and phobias exist for some of our patients. We never want anyone to avoid getting the dental care they need, so we have a solution to help you get your needed treatments, while staying in a relaxed state. Does this sound like something you might be interested in? Read on to learn more.