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What Should You Do for Oral Cancer Awareness Month?

April 18, 2024

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April is well-suited for all sorts of light-hearted fun. You can play pranks on April Fool’s Day, move outdoors as spring weather arrives – the list goes on. Still, don’t forget to use these thirty days to look after your health. April is also Oral Cancer Awareness Month, a time for noting the dangers of oral cancer; you should honor it and protect yourself from its namesake. As for how to do so, your Medford dentist has you covered. Here are three crucial actions to take for Oral Cancer Awareness Month.


Are There Any Easy Ways to Keep My Gums Healthy?

April 12, 2024

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Lady shows her gums

Gum disease is an insidious threat to your oral and overall health. These ailments can happen even if the teeth are free from decay and can be completely painless, meaning that many patients go for quite a long time before realizing that they have it. While it can usually be reversed with improved oral hygiene if it is caught early, it causes permanent damage in its later stages. Here’s a brief guide to keeping your gums happy and healthy.


Health Problems You’d Want to Bring Up At Your Next Dental Checkup

March 22, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — anthonyg @ 6:16 am
Patient talking to a dentist

Arguably, the most important trips you can make to your dentist’s office are the regular checkups and cleanings. These allow your dentist to get rid of plaque deposits on the teeth, dramatically decreasing your risk of contracting gum disease or tooth decay.

They’re also an opportunity to talk to your dentist about some of issues that could be affecting your oral health. Being able to talk to a professional about what you can do to better your teeth is an opportunity that you shouldn’t pass up. Here are some health conditions it may be a good idea to ask about at your next checkup.


The Three Worst Foods to get Stuck in your Teeth

March 5, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — anthonyg @ 6:12 am
Someone grimacing in discomfort

Ordinarily, getting a small piece of food stuck in your teeth isn’t all that big a deal. It’s nothing that a little dental floss couldn’t fix, and while it might be slightly embarrassing if someone notices it, it won’t typically cause any lasting damage.

However, certain foods can get stuck deep within the teeth, so much so that you may struggle to dislodge them despite your best efforts. Here are some of the worst foods to get stuck in your teeth.


The Oral Health Connection: Smile Your Way to a Healthy Heart

February 23, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — anthonyg @ 5:28 pm
Man with good oral health eating after a workout

What have you done to keep your heart healthy lately? If you can’t think of anything off the top of your head, how about brushing your teeth? It may sound strange, but it’s true! Keeping your oral health in check is also great for your heart health. This connection between oral health and heart health is often overlooked, but research has shown that the link is more than a coincidence.

If you’d like to learn how improving your oral health can help your heart stay in tip-top shape, continue reading.


Romance Begins with Oral Health: Smile-Worthy Valentine’s Day Gifts

February 9, 2024

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Couple celebrating Valentine’s Day with good oral health

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to show your loved ones how much you care. While chocolates and sweets are great, why not think outside the box and give the gift of good oral health? Surely you and your partner won’t mind having an extra clean mouth for romantic smooching! If you’re strapped for ideas, here are some dentist-approved Valentine’s Day presents that are both thoughtful and tooth-friendly.


How a Simple Smile Can Make Online Dating Easy

January 25, 2024

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Attractive person with a nice smile

Love is tricky. If you’re unlucky in love, you’ll likely get no shortage of advice about what you should be doing better, how you should just put yourself out there, and how all you really need is confidence. While this isn’t necessarily bad advice, it could do to inject a little bit of scientific data into this discussion if you want something you can really trust.

As it turns out, the data shows that one of the best things you can do to become more appealing is to improve your smile. Here’s what surveys say, and how you can get teeth that are sure to impress on your next date.


Start Your Year Right with an Early Dental Checkup!

January 12, 2024

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Man smiling at his dentist during his dental checkup

As the new year begins, many people are focused on setting goals and resolutions for self-improvement. While priorities like fitness and career advancement are important for quality of life, don’t overlook your dental health! To help reach your smile goals faster, you should act now to schedule your first dental checkup of the year.

But why does it matter when you schedule your dental checkup? Continue reading to learn all the advantages of early-year dental work.


A Healthy Smile From Santa: 4 Smile-Friendly Stocking Stuffers

December 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 11:36 am
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Well, it’s finally happening – the end of 2023. Christmas will be here soon, with New Year’s Eve not far behind. As such, you may be scrambling for last-minute holiday gifts. Amid your hustle, though, don’t forget to add a few smile-friendly presents to the mix. They’ll ensure your loved ones enjoy healthy grins as the year winds down! If you need any suggestions, your Medford dentist will share a few. So, here are four stocking stuffers that promote oral health.


How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Pay Off at Work

December 5, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 1:43 am
Confident businesswoman with a beautiful smile

When talking to people about restorative dentistry, the benefits are easy to quantify. Filling cavities and treating gum disease can create measurable health benefits, alleviating pain and improving immune health.

In the case of cosmetic dentistry, on the other hand, it can be a bit harder to make a case for the benefits of the procedure. It can feel a bit more abstract, but the merits of looking your best are equally as real. For example, well-done cosmetic dentistry could do a lot for your career— here’s how.

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