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Water Flosser or String Floss: Which is Best? Newington, CT

Water Flosser or String Floss: Which is Best?

Dental health is very important and has been shown to affect the general health of a person. This is why it is important to practice oral hygiene by keeping your teeth clean and going for regular check-ups. There are some people who don’t see the need to go to their Newington dentist unless they have… Continue reading

Wisdom Tooth Extraction (Removal)

What to Expect from a Wisdom Tooth Extraction Having wisdom teeth extracted is a pretty common dental procedure. Most dentists have experience performing this procedure, and you may have it done in your teenage years or as an adult. Whatever the case, there are things you should know about the extraction before having it done… Continue reading

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is a real issue affecting a large percentage of people. It’s not just kids who are afraid to go to the dentist, but adults as well. In fact, it’s estimated that about a third of all adults suffer from at least mild dental anxiety. This fear means that the patients will have trepidation… Continue reading

Regular Vs Deep Teeth Cleaning (SRP)

Dentists perform teeth cleanings to remove plaque and calculus deposits from your teeth. Professional teeth cleanings are not only necessary to improve your smile and facial esthetics by, but they are also essential an optimal dental and physical health. At Green Meadow Dental in Newington CT, we recommend teeth cleanings twice a year, so that… Continue reading

What are Inlays and Onlays

Minor damage to the surface of a tooth can be repaired and strengthened with a simple filling or bonding procedure. An older technique relied on gold inlays and onlays that make the restoration evident. The material that dentists use today match the natural tooth shade so that the repair will be undetectable, even when applied… Continue reading

What is a Crown?

A crown is one of the most often used restorations in cosmetic and functional dentistry. A crown can be used for cracked or previously filled molars to extend the life of the natural tooth; after a root canal to restore the damaged tooth and prevent further breakage; in case of bridgework to support a partial… Continue reading

Protecting Your Teeth Throughout The Fall and Winter Seasons

The excitement for a nice weather change and fun fall activities is no reason to forget the importance of good oral care. Extreme temperature changes are often accompanied by common illnesses that can be rough on the teeth. In addition, the holiday feasts and social gatherings are full of indulgent treats that may be hard… Continue reading

What To Do When You Have Tooth Pain

A constant stabbing or throbbing pain involving the teeth or gums can range from a mild irritation to severe discomfort. Your initial reaction may be to head to the pharmacy for a topical numbing agent, but it’s important to pay attention to the signals that your body is sending. Tooth pain that lasts more than… Continue reading

TOOTH COLORED FILLINGS

Cosmetic bonding or Tooth Colored fillings can be used to fill cracks, chips and other defects with a natural looking, durable substance that will blend perfectly with your natural teeth. This is a fast, affordable way to fix minor issues until more permanent solution can be found. If your teeth don’t quite live up to… Continue reading

10 Things to know about Teeth Griniding

What is teeth grinding, and how many people experience this issue in their lifetime? People that suffer from involuntary jaw movement while they sleep are causing their top and bottom teeth to grind or clench together. The condition referred to as bruxism can be considered a sleep disorder, and it does range in severity from… Continue reading

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