Love waking up to the smell of coffee? Think twice before you reach for a cup! Your daily dose of Joe — and other habits that can easily escape your notice — could be giving you a bad case of morning breath. But fear not! Bad breath, or “halitosis”, doesn’t have to ruin your day. […]Read more "5 Ways to Fresher Breath in the Morning"
The verdict is in: electric toothbrushes are here to stay, and they mean business for your teeth! By now, you’ve probably seen them on the shelves, on TV or in magazines. Dentists endorse them, and most are ADA-approved — but if you still swear by your manual toothbrush, these benefits just might convince you otherwise. […]Read more "High-Tech Toothbrushes: Is It Worth Going Electric?"
Would you sacrifice a complete picture of your dental health in order to bypass X-rays? If you’re struggling to decide, you’re not the only one! Radiation concerns are giving trypanophobia (fear of needles) a run for its money around the dentist’s office, but skipping this important step in your checkup could be a costly gamble. […]Read more "X-Rays: Is There Really Cause For Concern?"
Shaped like your child’s favorite action heroes and in every vibrant color imaginable, sippy cups seem like an innocent way to prevent spills. But with increased cavities and speech issues abound, pediatric dentists have recent research suggesting that what was once a friend is now a foe. Of course, sippy cups can play an integral […]Read more "Sippy Cups: Friend Or Foe?"
It’s undeniable that fluoride has played a major role in the decline of dental cavities in the United States. However, what isn’t so clear to many parents is whether or not fluoride treatments are safe and/or beneficial for children. After all, children receive fluoride on a regular basis from many different types of foods and […]Read more "Understanding Pediatric Fluoride Treatment"
You’re not imagining it. That sudden twinge of pain in one or more of your teeth can, in fact, be caused by something as simple as a blast of wind, a bite of something fresh from the oven, or (what was supposed to be) a cool, refreshing treat. You may have sensitive teeth, and if […]Read more "Teeth Trauma: It’s a Sensitive Issue"
Dear Friends, Happy 4th of July from Hudson Dental Center in West New York, NJ. When you think of the 4th of July, it brings a smile to many faces… family, barbecues, swimming, fireworks! At Hudson Dental Center, our commitment to your smile is something that we take very seriously. We want to give you […]Read more "HAPPY 4TH OF JULY"
Heading to the dentist’s office with a heart-related issue? It’s important to tell your dentist about it! Your mouth and heart are linked in more ways than you might expect – and failing to inform him or her about cardiovascular problems could spell serious trouble. For your health and safety, be sure to let your […]Read more "Have A Heart Problem? 9 Issues Your Dentist Needs To Know About"
Why not get Dad or your favorite Grad a lasting and practical gift that they’ll use over twenty thousand times this year? A Whiter and Brighter Smile! Studies reveal that the average person smiles up to 62 times a day. That’s 343 smiles each week and 22 568 smiles per year! For Dad Your trusted […]Read more "The Perfect Gift For Dads and Grads!"
There are no ifs, ands, or “butts” about it: smoking can be detrimental to oral health. Beyond the bad breath and yellow teeth, do you really know what you’re getting yourself into by smoking every day? Probably not. There are quite a few uncertainties surrounding smoking and oral health, especially as tobacco alternatives become more […]Read more "Smoking, Your Mouth, and Your Health"