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

December 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 11:36 am
A colorful stocking against a wooden background

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.


The Source of Dirty Smiles: A Primer on Plaque & How to Remove It

November 23, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 12:02 pm
Closeup of an open mouth with a dental mirror peering into it

Like many, you’ve probably heard of plaque. Dentists say it’s a substance that threatens your smile. Still, you may not know exactly what the stuff is. This scenario is risky – you can’t effectively fight something if you don’t grasp its details. Luckily, learning about plaque and how to remove it isn’t hard. Your local Medford dental practice can even explain things. To that end, here’s a primer on plaque and some crucial ways to get it off your grin.


How to Give Thanks for Teeth on Thanksgiving

November 17, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 11:40 am
Closeup of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner on a table

Per its name, Thanksgiving is a day of gratitude. Families spend it honoring the blessings they’ve known over the years. Such things can span one’s community, job, physical health, and more. Aside from these, though, you should also give thanks for teeth on Thanksgiving. After all, they let you eat food, chat with friends, and smile widely. Your Medford dentist can even offer some pointers. So, here are four dental tips to help you honor your grin for Thanksgiving.


4 Oral Health Tips to Curb Halloween Cavities

November 1, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 3:45 pm
Pumpkin-shaped Halloween bowl surrounded by candy

At Halloween, whether you have children of your own or decided to pass out candy to trick-or-treaters, there’s likely a stash in your house. While it’s fine to indulge, it’s important to take excellent care of your teeth in the process to prevent your household from becoming one filled with cavities! Read on for four oral health tips to help prevent decay this Halloween and keep all of your favorite smiles on the right track.


What Are The Hallmarks of a Perfect Smile?

October 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 10:05 pm
Young man pointing to his smile

While everyone has a unique smile, science has supplied a list of factors that produce what many consider to be the perfect grin. These traits, when combined together, create smiles that serve to light up rooms and leave lasting impressions. Dentists can perform cosmetic dentistry to create these traits or restore them in your pearly whites.

Do you think you have some of these smile traits? Continue reading to find out!


5 Interesting Facts About Gum Disease

September 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 3:32 pm
Magnifying glass being held up to a woman's smile to reveal gum disease

Your gums are the foundation for a healthy smile. However, you probably don’t focus on their health as much as you do your teeth. Cavities aren’t the only danger to your dental health. Here are 5 facts about gum disease you should know.


Why White Teeth Aren’t Necessarily Healthy

September 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 3:43 pm
Closeup of a smile split down the middle before and after teeth whitening

You can’t put a price on the benefits of having a bright smile. White teeth are associated with a healthy mouth, but you can’t base your oral health on the color of your enamel. Just because your teeth are white does not mean you don’t have untreated issues in your mouth. Here’s why you shouldn’t skip seeing your dentist, even if your teeth are white.


How a Healthy Smile Leads to Academic Success

August 24, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 9:28 am
A smiling group of kids heading back to school

While it’s still hot outdoors, summer is almost over. Parents will know what that means – the start of the Fall semester. If you have kids, you’ll likely get them supplies, pack lunches, and more. However, there’s another, lesser-known way to help children with upcoming classes: a back-to-school dental checkup! You see, healthy smiles lead to better grades. Your Medford dentist even has evidence to prove it. That said, here’s a summary of how oral health and academic success relate.


Three of the World’s Most Common Oral Health Conditions

August 11, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Anthony Giamberardino @ 8:51 pm
Closeup of patient exposing their gums to reveal gum disease

People in many countries do not have the same reliable access to dental education, supplies, and services as those in the developed world. Because of this, oral health conditions are some of the most prevalent ailments afflicting people across the world even though they can be largely prevented with proper oral care and reasonable safety measures. Even in more wealthy countries, people can still develop these major dental issues. Read on to learn about some of the most widespread oral health concerns and what you can do to prevent them.

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