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 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.
February is Children’s Dental Health Month. If you are a parent, you know how important dental health is for your children. Learn more about Children’s Dental Health Month and how to care for your child’s smile by reading on.
Routine visits to the dentist do more than help you keep your teeth clean. Caring for your oral health can actually help you maintain your overall health. Learn why dental health is important by reading on.
As we are looking at another Halloween come and gone, as well as all of the frightfully fun activities that go along with it, we are also reminded that millions of kids across the country will be stuffing their mouths full of as much candy as their parents will allow.
Did you know that October is National Dental Hygiene Month? It’s true! During October, those working in the dental hygiene industry work extra hard to promote good dental and oral hygiene habits. It’s in this spirit that we here at Joseph C. Lattinelli, DMD and Associates would like to offer you some tips to help keep your whole mouth clean:
If you’re like most people, you probably see the dentist once a year, if that. Many people have a fear of the dentist, or they don’t fully know the importance of oral health. Whatever the reason, people should see their dentist more often. For six seasons why, just keep reading!
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. During this month, the American Dental Association is asking people to “defeat monster mouth.” Taking care of children’s oral health is important, so read on to learn how you can make sure your child “defeats monster mouth” this month.
In 2019, make your New Year’s resolution come true. A New Year’s resolution for a healthy smile is the perfect resolution for building self-confidence and promoting self-care. To learn how you can accomplish your New Year’s Resolution of getting a healthy smile, just continue reading.
We all get bad breath from time to time, whether it’s morning breath or garlic breath. While bad breath is normal, it can also be the result of improper oral hygiene. To learn if your bad breath means something more, continue reading this blog post.