SAY CHEESE! 7 FOODS RECOMMENDED BY TOP PHILADELPHIA DENTIST TO BOOST ORAL HEALTH

Someone once said, “you are what you eat,” and for some reason that phrase is still around today. No, you are not quite literally a carrot, a turkey, a glass of apple juice or anything else you eat, but what you eat does inherently effect the health of your gums and teeth. Throughout your life, you’ve heard endlessly about the foods that cause cavities, but did you know there are plenty of foods that can actually help you improve your oral health? We recently discussed how genetics play a ...more

TOP PHILADELPHIA DENTIST ACCOMMODATES YOUNG PROFESSIONALS IN PHILADELPHIA

In the booming business sector of Center City Philadelphia, twenty somethings and thirty somethings are running here, there, everywhere before, during and after work. It takes a lot of time and dedication to work your way up the corporate ladder, especially when you’re just getting started. While working hard and building your career is your top priority, you also strive to maximize what little free time you have. This time is precious, so why would you ever waste it on something like a trip ...more

TOOTH DECAY DECODED BY TOP PHILADELPHIA DENTISTS

You floss everyday, brush by the book (2-3 times per day, 45 degree angle, 2-3 minutes) and still find yourself with a mouthful of cavities every six months. Meanwhile, you have that friend who brushes once a day, only flosses the day of their check up and is told, “Great job, keep it up, no cavities here!” While this is wildly unfair, you are not alone. Some people just have bad teeth, genetically speaking. In fact, billions of people worldwide suffer from tooth decay. It’s the most ...more