A Helpful Reminder About Flossing

Flossing seems like a simple job, but there are few things about it that can be useful to remember. These tips can help keep your teeth more plaque-free, which can help you maintain good oral hygiene and health. - Though it sounds like a lot, about 18 inches of floss may be needed. - A good way to hold the... read more »

How to Fight Plaque

If you want a top-notch smile and oral health, then you need to fight plaque on a regular basis. Plaque is a toxic substance that latches onto the teeth and harms them as well as the gums. It is likely to promote and create tooth decay and gum disease if you leave it on your smile for some time. So,... read more »

Try Mouthwash to Fight Bacteria

  Bacteria can do serious damage to your smile and oral health. That is why brushing and flossing are essential to keeping a healthy smile. However, did you know mouthwash can work well with your brushing and flossing to help keep your breath fresh and clear away extra bacteria lingering in your smile? Well, it’s true! To help you understand... read more »

All You Need to Know About the Two Most Common Dental Fillings

If you have a decayed tooth, dental fillings can help save your smile! However, that’s only the case if the cavity is caught and treated at the early stages of development. Luckily, Dr. Kirti Tewari and our dental team offer two different types of dental fillings in Bronx, New York, to repair your smile and improve your oral health. Those... read more »

Why Should You Floss?

At your last dental cleaning, did your dentist ask you how often you floss? Was your answer "Not very often." This is a very common occurrence. 80% of dental patients confess that they don't floss daily. We know that you’ve heard from a young age just how important flossing is, but do you know why? Flossing is one of the... read more »

Crossing Over Toothless Gaps with Dental Bridges

In life, when we find ourselves in a perilous situation, and traversing through the madness seems like a bad idea, we can easily bypass the hazard with a bridge. Similarly, when we are missing permanent teeth, the gap left in our mouths can create all sorts of havoc. We can choose to fight through the hazard, and just live with... read more »