Airy Choi


Dear patients, As I am sure you are aware, the coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the WHO (World Health Organization) and is causing a great deal of concern for everyone. Unfortunately, many people are confused and panicked by this situation. Most people who contract this disease are not severely affected. Coronaviruses are a

Everything You Need to Know About Coronavirus

The link below will take you to the CDC website where you can learn more about the spread, prevention, symptoms and treatment for Coronavirus (COVID-19). Education is the best prevention.

Have You Been Naughty or Nice to Your Teeth?

It’s not easy to stay healthy during the holidays. Sweets seem to appear everywhere you go, and with all of the present-wrapping and card-writing, there’s not much time to devote to you and your family’s health and well-being. Luckily, Hermey the Elf, best known for his adventures with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, joined forces with

Diabetes and Dental Health

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. More than 29 million Americans have it, but 8.1 million don’t even know they do. Learn about the toll it takes on your mouth and how your dentist can help. Diabetes takes a toll on your entire body, but it can also increase your risk of dental disease and other

Vaping and oral health: It’s worse than you think

Drs. Scott Froum and Alisa Neymark examine the effects of e-cigarette ingredients and their notable deterioration on oral health, as well as offer insight into how explosions while vaping and burn injuries from e-cigarettes can lead to disfigurement of oral soft tissue. Scott Froum, DDSAlisa Neymark, DDS Jan 10th, 2019 THE USE OF ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES

Accidents Happen

Dental Emergencies Accidents happen, and knowing what to do when one occurs can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. For all dental emergencies, it’s important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. Most dentists reserve time in their daily schedules for emergency patients so be sure to call your dentist and

Sensitive Teeth

Is the taste of ice cream or a sip of hot coffee sometimes a painful experience for you? Does brushing or flossing make you wince occasionally? If so, you may have sensitive teeth. Possible causes include: Tooth decay (cavities) Fractured teeth Worn fillings Gum disease Worn tooth enamel Exposed tooth root In healthy teeth, a

Whitening: 5 Things to Know About Getting a Brighter Smile

Brushing and flossing are everyday ways to keep your teeth bright, white and healthy. Still, if you might feel like your smile is lacking some sparkle or is more yellow than it used to be, you’re not alone. When the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what they’d most like to improve about their smile, the most common response

Oral Cancer Awareness Month

HPV Vaccine and Oral Health You’ve probably heard about the health risks caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV. Many people are exposed to HPV, and, the body is usually able to clear the infection on its own within one to two years. Yet, many people remain infected. It’s important to understand there is a link between

March is Sleep Apnea Awareness Month

Sleep apnea is a common and serious sleeping disorder that happens when your regular breathing is interrupted during sleep. Snoring is common among patients with sleep apnea but not all snorers have sleep apnea. There are two main types of sleep apnea: Obstructive sleep apnea. The more common form, it is the result of blocked airflow

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