1. The Ultimate Guide to Teeth Whitening

    Do you want whiter teeth? Fortunately, that isn’t hard to achieve. By making a couple of changes to your dental care routine, you can have the shiny, white teeth of your dreams in no time. Today, our staff at Saratoga Springs Dentistry in NY will explore four safe and effective teeth whitening methods. We’re more than happy to help you find the best method for your needs, so please contact us …Read More

  2. Common Dental Myths Debunked

    There are plenty of dental myths that have been spread throughout the years, and have often become cemented as facts in our brains, even when they are untrue! In today’s post we’ll take a look at some of the most common myths about your teeth and their care. When you want to learn more or you want to get a thorough cleaning and checkup, you can always contact the team at Saratoga Springs Denti…Read More

  3. Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Care (Part 1)

    There’s no escaping the need for dental care. Not for any of us. So that means staying on top of your oral health is critically vital because our mouths do so much for our overall bodies! However, we completely understand that not everybody is as excited about dental care as we are and not every person is as knowledgeable about dental health. We did go through many tough years of dental school t…Read More

  4. How To Quit Biting Your Nails

    “Stop biting me!” is a direct quote from your fingernails, probably, if they could talk. Nail-biting is a habit that starts young and, unlike your soggy fingernails, hard to break. We’ve seen people so deep into the habit that they bite their acrylic manicure. So today we’re going to talk about why your dentist cares so much that you’re biting your nails and how to clip that habit for go…Read More

  5. Dentophobia — Overcoming What Seems Impossible

    While you may not realize it, dentophobia is a real condition that negatively affects at least ten, sometimes twenty percent of the American population. What is dentophobia? Dentophobia is the fear of going to the dentist. According to recent studies, roughly ten percent of the population suffers from dentophobia, while up to twenty perfect of people feel extremely anxious about visiting the denti…Read More

  6. Your Cosmetic Dentist Can Help You Live Longer

    Smile Your Way to Old Age We all want more time. We want more time to do the things we like and enjoy our loved ones. But, if we do not take care of ourselves, the likelihood of living to an old age becomes less achievable. So, what is the key to a long and happy life? Well, it isn’t what you might think! Smiling, in fact, could be the key to living a long, happy, and fulfilled life. In this blo…Read More

  7. Visit Your Local Dental Clinic for a Teeth Cleaning

    Why Is Teeth Cleaning Important? No matter what age you are, you need to stay vigilant about your dental care. Your teeth are extremely valuable and can be expensive to fix. The best way to ensure that you never have to pay thousands for your smile or suffer the consequences of bad teeth, attending your local dentist’s office is important. By going to your dentist and scheduling a teeth cleaning…Read More

  8. What Classifies as an Emergency Dentistry Need?

    What Needs an Emergency Dentist? When discussing dental emergencies that is a little bit of confusion on what classifies as an emergency. For instance, in most medical instances, an emergency would be when a patient is bleeding significantly or battling a fatal infection. For emergency dentistry, the stakes aren’t as severe, but still should be dealt with right away. In this blog, we will discus…Read More

  9. Professional vs. DIY Teeth Whitening – What’s the Difference?

    There is much to be said for preventative dental care practices that happen at home and are supplemented with routine dental exams. Brushing twice per day and flossing at least once per day helps to remove plaque buildup and keeps your smile bright. Routine dental exams only complement the work done at home and can additionally prevent dental health mishaps. So, if you’re doing the work and you…Read More

  10. Is Invisalign Right For You?

    When you have your preventative dental routine down and you flawlessly brush and floss twice per day and faithfully attend your six month dental check up, cosmetic dentistry is a natural choice. Your teeth are healthy and in good condition, free of cavities and gingivitis, so this is a great opportunity to take advantage of Invisalign. If you’re curious about Invisalign as a cosmetic dentistry o…Read More