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Back to School Time

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health August 21, 2017 The school bell is about to ring and summertime is coming to a close. The start of a new school year usually includes new clothes, new school supplies or sporting equipment and getting back in a daily routine. Many schools require immunizations and […]

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What is Dental Tape?

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health August 6, 2017 Flossing plays an extremely important part in keeping your teeth as clean as possible. Along with brushing, flossing helps to maintain a good oral health regiment. Flossing removes food particles and other bacteria from between the teeth in areas that a brush may […]

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Can I Brush my Teeth with no Toothpaste?

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health July 7, 2017 Summertime has arrived and for many out there that means a family vacations and road trips. Whether you’re going camping or visiting a theme park it is important to make sure you pack all the essentials, which includes your dental supplies. It is […]

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Water Flossing

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health June 27, 2017 No matter what types of foods you eat, healthy veggies or sweet candies, food particles are likely to get stuck between teeth. Brushing the teeth will help to get rid of some of these food particles, but to make sure you remove all […]

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How Acid Reflux can affect your Dental Health

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health February 22, 2017 Gastroesophageal acid reflux disease, or GERD, is a condition that affects the stomach, but it can also risk your dental health. GERD is a condition that occurs when stomach acids begin to back up into the esophagus and sometimes into the mouth. This […]

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Tips for a Health Mouth this Halloween

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health October 30, 2016 Halloween is here and that means it is a time for pumpkins, fun costumes and a lot of candy. However all that candy your child gets as a treat can be harmful to their over health and their dental health.  The following are […]

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Don’t Let Stress Damage Your Dental Health

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health September 10, 2016 Stress can cause a lot of health problems for the sufferer. But did you know that stress can also cause dental problems in the mouth, teeth and gum region. There are a number of different ways to improve and stop these dental problems […]

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Tooth Enamel

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health August 11, 2016 Tooth enamel is known as the hardest tissue in the human body. Enamel is the thin outer layer of the tooth. It covers the crown of the tooth, which is the part of the tooth that is visible outside of the gums. Enamel […]

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Treating Gum Disease

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health July 7, 2016 Gum disease is a condition that can be very harmful and costly for the teeth when it is not taken care of properly. There are a number of different ways of treating gum disease. The type of treatment that is used depends on […]

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Spotting Gum Disease

Dr. Alan Wishneff D.D.S. Restorative Dentistry / Oral Health July 2, 2016 Gum disease is the common name for periodontal disease or periodontitis. It is an inflammatory condition that affects the tissue that surrounds the teeth and it can lead to the loss of these teeth. Gingivitis is a condition that is differs from gum […]

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