Cavities and Flossing

Cavities occur from acid-producing bacteria eating away at your tooth enamel and creating small holes, or cavities, in the teeth. Most cavities occur in the back molars, where the rough surfaces of these teeth make it easy for food particles and bacteria to become trapped. While cavities do frequently occur in these back teeth, cavities…

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Make Your Children’s Oral Health a Priority

From the time your children begin having baby teeth erupt inside their mouths, parents need to make their children’s oral health a priority. It is easy to overlook brushing a 6-month-old’s brand new tooth, but once your children have multiple teeth inside their mouth they need to be taken care of. For children under the…

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Oral Health Care Through Telemedicine

Precision Digital Dentistry is taking the necessary precautions to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. According to the New Jersey State Board of Dentistry, all dentists should “prioritize urgent and emergency visits and procedures now and for the coming weeks.” These recommendations are designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19; protect the public, patients, dental…

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Teledentistry for Virtual Consultations

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our nation, teledentistry allows dental professionals the ability to see vulnerable dental patients while eliminating the risk of infection for staff and patients. When the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began warning of the increased likelihood of person-to-person spread of COVID-19, Precision Digital Dentistry knew…

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Mouthwash Does More Than Freshen Breath

When it comes to your oral health, nothing beats flossing your teeth everyday and brushing your teeth at least twice a day. Both of these are the best ways to avoid dental health issues like cavities, decay, and gingivitis. Adding a mouthwash to your daily oral hygiene will truly set you up for success. Mouthwash…

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An Electric Toothbrush or a Manual Toothbrush?

When it comes to brushing your teeth, you have two choices: using an electric toothbrush or using a manual one. Different types of manual toothbrushes have been around for centuries. Luckily, manual toothbrushes have gone through huge improvements over the years, and they are widely used throughout the world. Dentists give toothbrushes away at every…

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White Fillings

A beautiful smile is one of your greatest assets, and taking care of it well is essential for it to last a lifetime. Yet, for even the most diligent in oral hygiene, cavities can still occur. Luckily, with advancements in dentistry, the appearance of your smile does not need to be compromised when a cavity…

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Cavity Prevention with Dental Sealants

In today’s society, life moves at a crazy pace. Most people have schedules that are too full, with too many places to be, and too many people to see. Because of this, many people are often looking for easy solutions to problems. Americans enjoy grocery pick-up, food delivery, video conferences, and more to make the…

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Tooth Decay and Your Teeth

According to the American Dental Association, tooth decay is the destruction of your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the hard, outer layer of your teeth. The bacteria in plaque produce acids that breakdown tooth enamel which could cause cavities to form. A cavity is one of the most common results of tooth decay. Good dental…

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The Benefits of Teeth Whitening

Are you seeking a brighter smile with whiter teeth? Have your teeth changed color? Have you tried the over-the-counter treatments and not achieved your desired results? Your teeth can change color due to a number of outside influences including food/drink, tobacco use, age, trauma to the mouth, and medications. Professional teeth whitening may be the…

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