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.
June 25, 2016
There’s bad news and there’s good news. The bad news is you have a cavity, but the good news is that you may not have to endure the dentist’s drill. Edison dentists Dr. Steven Resnick and Dr. David Rosenfeld may be able to use a treatment process called remineralization to help you avoid the need for a filling.
August 10, 2014
We all know that the keys to keeping our teeth clean and healthy are good home hygiene and regular visits to the dentist’s office. We’re also relatively familiar with the types of foods and drinks that pose a risk to our tooth enamel (think carbonated beverages and sugary snacks). However, did you know that your teeth are under a constant assault from acid-producing bacteria no matter what you eat? At Resnick & Rosenfeld, DDS in Edison, NJ, Dr. Steven J. Resnick and Dr. David S. Rosenfeld provide patients with the comprehensive preventive dental care they need to protect their teeth from extensive decay and damage. One of the ways we do this is with remineralization treatments.
Why Choose Remineralization Treatment?
Because our doctors practice conservative, minimally invasive dentistry, we believe that preventing dental cavities whenever possible is vastly preferable to drilling and filling when decay has taken hold. When dental cavities are detected and treated in their earliest stages, it is actually possible to avoid the need for the drill altogether. This is where remineralization comes in.
In the case of a cavity that has not yet caused extensive damage, the enamel of the tooth may be treated using topical applications of fluoride and calcium phosphate solutions. These compounds work to attract minerals to the surface of your enamel, hardening it and protecting it against acid wear. Our doctors will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the remineralization process, as well as provide you with information on additional preventive measures that may apply to your unique case.
Preventive Care for the Whole Family
Entrust your family’s continued oral health to the experienced, dedicated team of doctors and caring staff at Resnick & Rosenfeld, DDS in Edison, NJ. We sincerely care about your smile and the health of your teeth and gums, and we’ll always provide you with the dental care you need in a way that suits your unique lifestyle. Contact our office today to schedule your preventive care appointment and to learn more about how remineralization can help your smile stay beautiful and healthy for life. Our family-friendly practice proudly serves patients from Scotch Plains, Plainfield, Clark, Colonia, Westfield, and beyond.