Resnick & Rosenfeld DDS Blog
April 23, 2017
Do your gums bleed when your brush and floss? Are you noticing other symptoms such as bad breath or a change in the fit of a partial denture? These are all signs of periodontal disease in Edison, a serious condition which Dr. Resnick and Dr. Rosenfeld check for and can treat before it leads to tooth loss.
March 7, 2017
Your smile is one of your most important personal assets. It affects how you look and how you feel about yourself. Oral health also impacts your systemic well-being. Given how vital your teeth and gums are, how can you keep them strong between semi-annual visits to your Edison dentist? Well, Dr. Steven J. Resnick and Dr. David S. Rosenfeld teach all their patients about important self-care practices that support dental health. They’re simple, easy to do and well-worth the investment of your time and effort.
February 17, 2017
Regardless of all the efforts to improve awareness of healthier options, adults and children alike continue to consume unhealthy amounts of sugar-sweetened beverages. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that 49.3% of adults and 62.9% of children consume at least one sugar-sweetened beverage each day. Consuming sugary, dyed drinks like sodas, teas, and wines obviously lead to poor oral health and embarrassing flaws in our modern American’s smiles. By visiting your cosmetic dentist in Edison, we can fix your blemished smile and inform you about important preventive care. (more…)
February 2, 2017
Regular appointments to the dentist are vital to preventive care, which is why the American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist every 6 months. However, despite their recommendations, only 62% of adults saw their dentist last year. Often, people do not understand the importance of seeing their Edison dentist regularly. Often, people believe brushing and flossing are enough to ward off dental problems. In other cases, people feel they do not need to see the dentist until after a problem as developed. However, these beliefs are far from true. No matter how well you brush, you still need to see your dentist regularly—even if you do not have any dental concerns.
January 17, 2017
The term “root canal” gets a bad rap and is often misconceived. Some people believe that root canal treatments don’t have good results, viewing tooth extractions or implants as a short-cut to their solution. Some may also believe that root canal treatments are very painful and uncomfortable. In turn, Resnick & Rosenfeld, DDS is working hard to educate the public of the positive and comfortable reality that root canal therapy in Edison offers. Dr. Steven Resnick and Dr. David Rosenfeld have the technology to better diagnose and treat patients that wish to save their natural teeth. (more…)
December 13, 2016
You wake up to that familiar taste in your mouth, the taste of sand. It feels like all of the moisture in your body has been squeezed out, and your lips are parched. Most people wake up with a bit of dry mouth, but yours tends to persist throughout the day. This makes talking and eating very uncomfortable, and can even affect the health of your teeth. What is causing this? Better yet, how can you stop it? Your Edison dentist at Resnick and Rosenfeld is going to tell you the top 3 causes of dry mouth, and what you can do about them. (more…)
December 2, 2016
That’s it, you need to do something about this toothache right now. You’ve taken off work the past 2 days because of it, and no amount of medicine is helping. You’re in a lot of pain, and it feels like your cheek and jaw are very swollen. What should you do? This is a classic case of a dental emergency, and the only thing you need to do is call your emergency dentist in Edison at Resnick and Rosenfeld to get the exact type of care you need. They are the one place for you to go when you need to get dental care immediately. (more…)
November 15, 2016
Gum disease must be taken seriously. This bacterial infection has the potential to ravage gum, connective and bone tissue; make an otherwise beautiful smile look unsightly; and may even lead to systemic illnesses and diseases. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, begins with plaque, a clear film that contains saliva, food particles and bacteria. Daily brushing and flossing help to remove plaque. However, if oral hygiene is ignored and plaque remains then it calcifies to become tartar. This substance can only be removed by the dental hygienists at your Edison dentist, Resnick & Rosenfeld.
November 13, 2016
You notice it more and more as time goes on: you walk outside a bar or restaurant and you’re immediately hit by a large cloud of smoke. Vaping is becoming more ubiquitous each day, but people still have questions about how it can affect their health. Traditional cigarettes are very bad for your oral health, but is vaping any better? Your dentist in Edison at Resnick and Rosenfeld lets you know more about this current trend, and how it relates to your oral health. (more…)
October 21, 2016
When you look for an auto mechanic, you want someone skilled in the latest diagnostic and repair techniques to keep your car or truck in tip top shape. Your oral health deserves nothing less. Find innovation and compassion at Resnick & Resnick DDS. Serving the Edison area, these highly credentialed dentists will help you achieve your best smile and keep it shining for years.