Restore Your Smile With Veneers

In Blog, Dental Care, Veneers by Dr. Lattinelli

Not everyone looks forward to the new year, but it is safe to say this year is the year everyone will be glad to see the last of. While you may be thinking about a quiet celebration at home for the new year, many people start thinking about things they want to change moving into 2021. At the top of …

National Brush Your Teeth Day

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health by Dr. Lattinelli

You should brush your teeth every day, at least twice a day, but you should also celebrate National Brush Your Teeth Day on November 1! National Brush Your Teeth Day is a reminder to take care of your oral health. To learn more about this unofficial national holiday, keep reading.

What To Do When A Cavity Occurs

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health by Dr. Lattinelli

If your tooth hurts, there are several things it might be. It may be a cracked tooth, or a tooth that has fractured or broken. However, the most common reason your tooth might hurt is also the most obvious–you have a cavity in your tooth. If you aren’t familiar with what cavities are and how they are treated, here’s all …

October is Dental Hygiene Month

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health, Oral Health by Dr. Lattinelli

October is Dental Hygiene Month, which is a great time for you to remember how important dental hygiene is to your overall health and wellness. If you aren’t sure how dental hygiene connects to your overall health and wellness, we have some information for you.

Don’t Do the Following With Your Teeth

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health by Dr. Lattinelli

Did you know that your teeth have rules? They do. There are things you should not do with your teeth if you expect to keep your teeth white and healthy-looking. If you break the rules, not only could you damage your teeth, but you could end up with a hefty dental bill as well. Here are the top no-no’s when …

Office Disinfection Policies for Dr. Lattinelli

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health by Dr. Lattinelli

Dr. Lattinelli is very concerned about the health and welfare of our patients and staff in NYC. During the current COVID-19 pandemic our attention to cleanliness and hygiene is further heightened. We have always used careful cleaning and sterilization techniques for our patient safety. Here are some of the steps we take to provide a safe environment for our patients.

Why Flossing Your Teeth is Important

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health by Dr. Lattinelli

Flossing is important and it’s something that’s been drilled into our minds from a very young age. Flossing on a regular basis helps remove plaque and prevents tartar from forming which is caused due to the built-up plaque in our mouth. This happens when food particles get stuck on our teeth and it stays stuck for a long time because …

March 6th Marks National Dentist’s Day

In Blog, Dental Care, Dental Health, Oral Health by Dr. Lattinelli

March 6th is National Dentist’s Day. In 2020, this dentist commemoration date falls on a Friday and that is certainly a day for us to celebrate healthy gums, shiny teeth, and strong teeth. Our team at Dr. Lattinelli suggests doing some or all of the following activities to check out this Friday, March 6th as a great one.