Remedies for Wisdom Teeth

While there are some home treatments you can use to treat the discomfort associated with sore wisdom teeth, these alternatives alone are not sufficient to replace professional treatments from a licensed doctor. If you try one or more of these treatments, ensure that you also seek out the support of your dentist. One of the… Read more »

What Happens If I Swallow Mouthwash?

Have you accidentally swallowed your mouthwash? If so, you have come to the right blog. Our dentist, Dr. Yakov Royzman & Karina Zaygermakher, is happy to give you the tips you need so you can have the top-notch health you need and deserve. If you have swallowed a minimal amount of mouthwash, you can expect… Read more »

Treating Gum Disease with Medication

Perhaps the most rampant disease we have noticed at Professional Dental & Implant Center is gum disease, an infection of the gums. Periodontal disease affects a vast percentage of the population, but with appropriate brushing and flossing, you can defend yourself from it. Learn more about periodontal disease by reading on. Some of the initial… Read more »

Identifying Cold Sores

Cold sores, also defined as fever blisters, occur most commonly when immune systems’ strengths are diminished by fevers or colds. These fluid-filled blisters show on the face, most often near the nose, lips, and chin, and they can cause flu-like symptoms. Once you’ve been infected with the herpes simplex virus type 1 (which causes cold… Read more »

The Awesome Oral Hygiene Tools that Can Help You Have Top-Notch Oral Hygiene

If you ever find yourself bored with your oral hygiene tools, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team understand your pain. Sometimes the toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss can seem pretty bland. But did you know there are oral hygiene tools available that can make oral hygiene a bit more exciting? Well, it’s true, and we… Read more »

Chewing Medications and Crunching on Ice Can Chip the Biting Surface of a Tooth

The large molars and premolars in the back of your mouth play an important role in your basic oral function. If you have a bad habit of chewing on medications before swallowing them or you nervously crunch on ice, it could cause a chip or dental fracture to develop on the biting surface of the… Read more »

Your New Dental Bridge Needs a Little Extra Focus in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

A new dental bridge installed at Drs. ’s dental office is intended to fully restore your mouth’s overall function and appearance. The durable dental materials it is composed of will assist the strength of tooth enamel while also proving impervious to tooth decay. However, it’s also important to keep in mind that periodontal health problems… Read more »

Dental Appointment Tips for Those Who Have Heart Disease

Dr. and our dental team care about you, your smile, and your entire health, and we want you to have the best dental experience possible at . This is why we encourage you to do certain things at our office if you have heart disease. First, please give Dr. a list of medications (prescription and… Read more »

Long-Term Periodontal Health Problems Can Have Severe Oral Health Consequences

Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine can lead to a wide range of oral health conditions. If you are remiss to floss between your teeth and gumline each day, you are at increased risk of suffering gum disease from hardened tartar. The American Dental Association has estimated that almost 47% of Americans over 30… Read more »

A Traumatized Tongue Might Require First-Aid While Seeking Professional Care

There are rare instances when a hard fall or sports injury can cause significant damage to your tongue. This might cause you to bite down hard or bite through your tongue. Sometimes this can cause pain, bleeding, or significant discomfort. In a case like this, there are a few things you can do to help… Read more »