• The Impact of Smoking on Your Teeth

    By familydentistry | June 24, 2024

    The Impact of Smoking on Your Teeth Smoking can have a significant impact on your oral — and overall — health. From causing common issues like staining to more serious health concerns like gum disease and oral cancer, the effects of tobacco and e-cigarette usage should not be taken lightly. Family Dentistry of New Jersey…

  • Restorative Dentistry: What Is it?

    By familydentistry | May 29, 2024

    Restorative Dentistry: What Is it? Restorative dentistry is a specialty that focuses on improving oral health and functioning by repairing or replacing missing or damaged teeth. This service is vital for smiling, eating, speaking and expressing emotions confidently and without pain. Whether you need an implant, a crown or a bridge, Family Dentistry of New…

  • Impacted Wisdom Teeth

    By familydentistry | May 22, 2024

    Impacted wisdom teeth may be painful, cause damage to your other teeth and lead to dental complications. Fortunately, most issues can be resolved by having your wisdom teeth extracted by a dental professional. If your wisdom teeth are causing you discomfort or you want a consultation to see if they require removal, contact Family Dentistry of…

  • After Tooth Extraction Care

    By familydentistry | May 22, 2024

    When a dentist removes your tooth, you must take care of your mouth to heal and feel better faster. To keep the extraction site safe and encourage healing, practice good hygiene and use these tips to promote recovery. If you have questions or concerns about after tooth extraction care, contact Family Dentistry of New Jersey (FDNJ). We…

  • What to Do if You Have an Infection After Wisdom Teeth Removal

    By familydentistry | February 27, 2024

    Knowing what steps to take if you develop an infection after your wisdom teeth removal is helpful because it enables you to recover faster and minimize the severity of your symptoms. Fortunately, infections are easier to manage if you catch them early and work with your dentist to control the severity. If you are concerned…

  • Common Senior Dental Problems

    By familydentistry | January 19, 2024

    Senior oral health is different from younger people’s dental hygiene needs. Growing older may make you more susceptible to dental issues, like gum disease, high rates of cavities, broken teeth and tooth loss.  Following the proper senior dental care plan can help prevent problems from occurring or worsening. If you’re an older adult in need…

  • Choosing the Right Family Dentist: Tips and Considerations

    By familydentistry | January 15, 2024

    Your teeth play a pivotal role in your life, so finding a good dentist for you and your loved ones is vital. When looking for a new family dentist, ensure you find one that makes everyone in your family feel safe and comfortable. Enjoy a welcoming environment that helps everyone achieve beautiful, healthy smiles by requesting…

  • Gum Disease Myths

    By familydentistry | December 8, 2023

    Gum disease or periodontal disease is a common oral health problem affecting the gums and supporting structure of teeth. This disease occurs when your mouth bacteria combine with food particles and mucus, forming plaque. If plaque is not regularly removed, it builds up and hardens to form tartar, a material that brushing can’t take off. …

  • Regular Dental Cleanings

    By familydentistry | December 8, 2023

    Receiving regular dental cleanings is vital to maintain your oral hygiene and overall health. By scheduling a routine visit with a local trusted dentist, you can prevent tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancer and save yourself the pain and costs that advanced problems bring.  Family Dentistry of New Jersey (FDNJ) is committed to providing…

  • Alternate Options to Dental Insurance

    By familydentistry | December 8, 2023

    If you don’t have dental insurance and are nervous about getting work done due to fear of costs, know you are not alone. Many people avoid getting checkups or seeking help for obvious and painful dental problems because they think they need dental insurance. The problem is teeth issues don’t resolve themselves — they only…

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