July 23, 2017
Most of our patients know how their whole body health effects their teeth. Certain foods can be detrimental – more sugar means higher risk for cavities, dark foods and drinks may lead to staining, and acidic foods weaken the enamel. Certain health conditions lead to reduced saliva production and chronic dry mouth. However, many patients aren’t aware of how their oral health and hygiene effects their body. At Resnick & Rosenfeld, DDS, we believe it’s essential for patients to be educated about all of the ways oral health and whole body health intersect. Contact our friendly Edison dental team to schedule a checkup today. Our knowledgeable dentists and team members will be happy to walk you through the most effective oral hygiene practices to ensure your optimal oral and overall health.
December 30, 2015
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions once again. What are you considering this year? Exercise and nutrition are always top choices — but what about your teeth? Choose something different in 2016. Your dentist in Edison wants to remind you that a healthy smile is also a beautiful one, so don’t forget your twice annual dental visits this year. In fact, January is an excellent time to schedule your first checkup and cleaning at Resnick and Rosenfeld, DDS. We’re here to help you enjoy healthy teeth this year, and for many more to come!