Cavities/Tooth Decay — Diagnosis and Treatment

June 22nd, 2021|Tags: , |

Caring for your teeth is an ongoing practice and personal commitment. Yet, even when you brush regularly, tooth decay can happen. While it may be distressing to think about and experience, you do have options when it comes to treatments. Tooth decay, known also as cavities or caries, is one of the top dental health issues found today. From children to teenagers to senior adults, these are all too common and require treatment as soon as possible. Essentially, cavities are [...]

Teeth Whitening vs. Dental Veneers

June 8th, 2021|Tags: , , |

Smiling is a way to put your best face forward in any situation. As long as you feel confident in your smile, you can project that confidence with ease at any time. Yet if you experience teeth yellowing or discoloration, you may be hesitant to smile at all. Seeking assistance for a smile makeover can seem overwhelming. Knowing your options, however, can make the process that much easier. Two of the most popular ways for creating a smile you can [...]

How to Get the Most Out of a Dentist Appointment

May 27th, 2021|Tags: , |

Dental visits are about more than teeth cleaning and cavity prevention and/or treatments. Yes, that’s part of it, but during a regular dental visit, both the dentist and the hygienist will evaluate the overall health of your gums and the entire mouth. Consequently, this regular visit is vital in creating optimal oral health. In fact, Leslie Seldin, spokesperson for the American Dental Association, says the following about the importance of regular dental visits:  “A dentist check-up is an essential part [...]

How Can Poor Oral Health Affect the Rest of the Body?

May 15th, 2021|Tags: , |

Most people know that poor oral hygiene can lead to local dental problems like bad breath, tooth decay, and cavities. However, not everyone realizes that their oral hygiene habits can have a pretty major impact on the rest of the body. That's right. Your oral health can affect the overall health of your body. Brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular dental exams not only maintain the health of your teeth and gums, but these healthy habits also protect your general health [...]

Whiten Your Teeth – In-Office, At-Home Options

April 30th, 2021|Tags: , |

Getting those “pearly whites” gleaming is always desirable. We see our favorite A-list celebrities with dazzling white smiles and dream of having a look just as star-worthy. Dream no more! You can achieve that “Hollywood” smile, even here in New Jersey. With teeth-whitening procedures, your teeth can go from “blah” to beautiful and stay that way for a long time. Here at Stiles Dental Care, we are committed to your oral health and hygiene as well as your cosmetic concerns. [...]

How to Fix Your Broken Tooth

April 19th, 2021|Tags: , |

Fixing your broken tooth is not only a cosmetic improvement, but it restores form and function as well. Here at Stiles Dental Care, we are committed to your appearance, overall oral health and the care of your smile. If you have broken a tooth, whether it’s: Chipped Cracked Flattened due to grinding (bruxism) The result of an accident, or otherwise… ... our restoration procedures are designed to get your smile back in stellar form, perhaps even better than before. It [...]

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