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.
Are you interested in taking a more natural approach to different aspects of your life? Over the past few years, there has been an influx of companies and products that follow a more natural, or holistic approach. After the circumstances of the past year, many adults have been re-evaluating their medical care, and that includes the care of their oral health. Joel D. Singer, DMD practices an alternative approach to dentistry that recognizes the connection between your overall health and the health of your teeth and gums. Our practice believes in using safe, non-toxic materials and state-of-the art technology to support your oral health. We wanted to answer some of the most popular questions we are asked about how we mesh standard dentistry with holistic approaches.
While we know the importance of brushing, flossing, and maintaining proper oral health, there are times when pesky tooth decay creeps in and a cavity needs to be filled. If a cavity is ignored, it can cause bacteria to continue to grow, adding additional concerns and issues in your mouth.
Do you desire a more natural form of dentistry that focuses on your overall health and well-being? At our office, our experienced dental team is committed to improving your dental and overall health. With that in mind, there are times when bacteria creeps in, and you are in need of treatments to cure harmful dental issues. Continue reading to learn about a safe alternative to other dental treatments used to combat these conditions.
As a holistic dental practice, one of the aspects of our care is using safe and minimally invasive equipment and technology. Dentistry has come a long way, and we now have tools that are not only better for you, but also produce faster and more effective results, making your dental experience more comfortable. Would you like to learn more? Keep reading.
With so many dental practices in the area, how do you choose the right one for you? Whether you are new to the community or haven’t kept up with your regular dental appointments and have lost contact with your dentist, there are a few things you should consider when choosing your next dental provider.
When you hear the word ozone, you might think of the ozone layer in the atmosphere. It is made up of a naturally-occurring gas that protects us from harmful sun rays that can cause cancer. Due to its sterilization properties, here on land, cities across the world have used ozone to sterilize their public water systems and the European medical community has been using it for decades to heal wounds faster. We use it as part of our holistic dentistry practice to sterilize and heal, as well.
Peaceful, painless, professional. Those words may not typically come to mind when describing a dental practice, but at Dr. Joel Singer’s practice in Fort Lee, NJ, that is the kind of feedback we hear from our patients. Known for our cosmetic dental services, holistic dentistry, and dental sedation options, we love to learn what our patients experience about our practice from their perspective. Would you like to hear exactly what patients think of us? Watch this video to find out:
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While most of our patients know what holistic dentistry means, from time to time we are asked how it’s different from traditional dentistry. We thought providing you with some basic facts might help make explaining how we practice dentistry to family and friends a bit easier: