There are many reasons/situations when a crown is recommended as the best solution to restore a problem situation in the mouth. It can be used to restore teeth broken down, prone to cracking, splitting through the roots and to fix worn and discolored teeth. A crown is highly recommended following a root canal treatment to protect the tooth. Crowns are... read more »
Despite the clear link between oral health and overall health, the percentage of adults who see a dentist on a regular basis is declining. Research is a part of a growing body of scientific work on this subject, showing an association between the importance of proper oral hygiene for overall wellness. We, at Brenner Dental of Park Slope, support these findings. Our blog is our way of sharing with you the latest advances in dentistry. We will post articles and information weekly to keep you informed, and we support you in creating and maintaining great oral health for you and your family.
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A part of our body make up is our teeth and a beautiful smile requires us to take care of them. Even when we do take proper care, unfortunately, things happen that cause damage, such as a “cracked tooth.” A cracked tooth is a common problem that can happen to anyone even when you take good care of your mouth.... read more »
Teeth whitening procedures are one of the most popular procedures sought out today by individuals seeking a solution to help build their confidence. It is a fact that having white teeth not only knocks years off your appearance but helps you to look and feel healthier. It makes a stronger first impression. Yes, you can get a brighter smile quickly... read more »
The end of 2019 is approaching and if your dental insurance policy has a yearly maximum (the most money your dental insurance plan will pay towards your dental treatment within a given year), any unused benefits written in the policy will be lost to you. To save hundreds of dollars on your dental care, let us help! Here are several... read more »
Aging is a life situation no one can avoid, as our body ages so does our mouth. As our body ages so does our mouth and fortunately there is much that a person can do to keep safe from oral disease. First let’s discuss some of the dental problems caused just by aging: 1. Darkened teeth; the change in dentin... read more »
Back to school is coming up and although you have a long “to-do list” don’t forget your child’s dental checkup. Dental health is an important part of your child’s overall health; it is the best defense against not only their oral health but their overall health. It’s proven that many diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, etc. can be prevented... read more »
An important part of your regular dental exam is when your dentist and dental hygienist is looking for signs of gum disease and assessing your mouth for future risk of developing gum disease. Left untreated, gum disease (periodontal disease) can lead to severe infection and tooth loss. It’s also associated with various chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and... read more »
What is a Smile Makeover? What are the benefits of a Smile Makeover? Is a Smile Makeover right for me? Keep reading for the answer to these three simple questions which are meant to help you decide if you could benefit from a Smile Makeover. What is a Smile Makeover? A Smile Makeover has many benefits while the main focus... read more »
Your mouth is designed to function with all the spaces filled, with twenty-eight interacting teeth. When spaces are left empty, at first nothing happens but soon the teeth on either side of the space begin to collapse inward, and the opposing teeth start to move causing abnormal tooth alignment, which can cause other complications such as: Bone loss; the jaw... read more »
While studies indicate early detection of oral cancer can result in a survival rate of 90%, too often warning signs are ignored, and delayed diagnosis means survival rate plummets to 40%. What can cause oral cancer? • Two-thirds of oral cancer are linked to smoking tobacco • Smokeless tobacco increases the risk of oral cancer by 15% • Drinking alcohol... read more »