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Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Dental Crown

February 27, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 5:34 pm

Restorative dentistry utilizes materials that are built to last, but like anything, over time they will begin to wear down and need to be replaced. Dental crowns are no different. If you have one or more crowns on your teeth, it’s important to be aware of when that time may be approaching so that you don’t end up with more severe dental issues. Your Medford dentist has a list of tell-tale signs you can look for that may be signaling the need for a crown to be replaced.


Loving Your Heart Starts With Oral Health

February 10, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 4:29 pm
heart with stethescope

February in the US is Heart Health Month, which means there has never been a better opportunity to learn more about cardiovascular health. Like many others, your thoughts may not go directly to your mouth when you consider the well-being of your heart, but they are more connected than you may be aware of. Keep reading to learn what your Medford dentist has to share about how your heart relies on the health of your teeth and gums and what you can do to protect them.


4 Ways Poor Gum Health Can Alter Your Overall Wellness

January 7, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 3:25 pm
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Most people don’t consider their gum health the key to unlocking better overall wellness. However, that’s going to change after you learn how the health of your mouth can have a drastic impact on other areas of your body. Gum disease is one of the most common oral health problems, estimated to affect one out of two adults in the country. Read on to learn how this condition can alter your overall wellness if it goes left untreated.


5 Easy Oral Health Resolutions for the New Year

January 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 2:25 pm
a new year's resolutions list on a notepad

2020 is in the rearview mirror, and it’s time to celebrate a fresh start in 2021. You don’t need to make all of your New Year’s resolutions nearly unreachable goals. Sometimes, by altering small pieces of your daily routine, like making sure you eat breakfast, or not forgetting to floss your teeth, you can make strides in enhancing your physical wellness. It may come as a surprise, but some of the most underrated resolutions are ones having to do with your oral health. This is because your mouth can affect the rest of your body’s health. Read on to learn about five easy-to-commit-to New Year’s oral health resolutions.


Here’s What a Day in the Life of Your Dental Hygienist Looks Like

December 24, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 4:46 pm
Dental hygienist smiling while demonstrating proper brushing technique

Throughout your years of attending your biannual appointments, getting restorative care, and undergoing cosmetic treatment, you’ve likely gotten to know your dental hygienist quite a bit. And although they play a crucial role in your oral health, they are typically only known for providing thorough teeth cleanings. In reality, they do much, much more! Read on as a dentist in Medford provides an inside look at a day in the life of your dental hygienist.


How Dentists Are Protecting Patients and Themselves

December 1, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 12:54 am
Dentists wearing face shields

Since we are living through the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be difficult to know what locations are safe and where you are putting yourself at risk. However, just because we’re experiencing a pandemic doesn’t mean that you should be neglecting your oral health. Your dentist in Medford is taking all sorts of additional steps, including the use of personal protective equipment, to keep you and your family safe during this time. Read on to learn about how your dentist is protecting patients.


Are the Holidays Bad for Your Dental Health?

November 24, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 2:40 am
Cranberry sauce

After the holidays, many people find themselves in the dental office needing to get fillings and other dental work done. In fact, this time of year is likely the worst time for your teeth. There are many reasons why the holidays negatively contribute to your smile. Your dentist in Medford explains the reasons why the holiday season is so damaging and what you can do to keep your teeth safe from harm through the winter months.


9 Ways to Eliminate Bad Breath

November 5, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 9:49 pm
Woman with bad breath

Did you know that more than 80 million people suffer from chronic halitosis? For most cases, it originates from the gums and the tongue. As frustrating and embarrassing as this can be, there are some steps that you can take to prevent this common condition from occurring. Continue reading to learn some tips from your dentist in Medford so you can put and end to your halitosis for good.


6 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Dentist

October 28, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 8:56 pm
Patient at dentist in Medford

When you go in for your regular appointments, you have your teeth cleaned, have them examined, and answer a few questions from your dentist regarding your oral hygiene habits. However, when was the last time you asked your dentist a question. Your regular checkups are a great time to learn more about how you can improve your dental health. Afterall, who is better to learn about your smile from than your dentist in Medford. Continue reading to see which important questions you should be asking during your next visit.


What Happens When You Skip Your Dental Cleaning?

October 8, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 10:23 pm
Patient with gum disease

When you have a busy schedule and don’t detect anything wrong in your mouth, shouldn’t you be able to put off your appointment? Afterall, you can brush and floss your teeth at home without an issue. Going in for your regular dental visits may not be your favorite activity in the world, but it is a necessary step for optimal oral health. Skipping dental cleanings could lead to some negative consequences that nobody wants to be dealing with. Continue reading to learn more from your dentist in Medford about what happens when you skip a dental visit.

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