The American Dental Association, your dentist, and even most dental insurance companies recommend you see the dentist twice a year for cleanings and examinations. Almost all dental insurance plans cover these... Read More
General & Cosmetic Dentist serving Hoboken, Jersey City & Hudson County areas of New Jersey
Studies have shown that nearly half of U.S. adults make a resolution on New Year’s Eve. This is not a new practice: it dates back to 45 BCE when Julius Caesar first introduced the Julian Calendar, though it has evolved over the years from a promise of good behavior to a commitment to make... Read More
Trick or treating is a traditional part of Halloween, but many parents are concerned about the excessive candy consumption that often follows. Hesitant to prevent children from partaking in this experience, some parents may feel resigned to letting their kids indulge or to make attempts at... Read More
It’s National Dental Hygiene Month, a great time to seriously consider how well you are taking care of your teeth and gums.
Having a healthy mouth is important for several reasons, not the least of which is aesthetics... Read More
School starts in Hoboken on September 8th, giving you just enough time to squeeze in a dental cleaning for your child before the year begins. Give our office a call at 201-792-9400 to schedule their next appointment and let us help your kiddo start the school year... Read More
If you are wondering whether you should see our dentists for a concerning symptom or issue, consider these common signs that it’s time for a dental visit at our Hoboken practice:
It’s been more than 6... Read More
As you know, your care and safety and the safety of our team are our top priority.
We are here for you and will make sure that all your needs are taken care of.
As such, we are maintaining our normal working hours and are here to support
you and our... Read More
April is Oral Cancer Awareness month, which is a good time to remind you of the importance of regular oral cancer screenings.
About 48,250 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer in the Unites States this year, according to the Oral Cancer Foundation. In America, oral cancer causes... Read More
There are many reasons why people try to avoid sugary drinks. Some are related to health reasons, such as keeping blood sugar levels low and reducing the risk of diabetes. Others steer clear of sugary drinks in order to keep their weight down. Another common reason relates to oral health –... Read More
Do you brush your teeth every day? Do you visit the dentist twice a year for routine dental check-ups and cleanings without any major concerns from your dentist and wonder, "Do I really need to go two times a year?" The answer is yes and for reasons beyond just... Read More