Summer is a wonderful time to live in NJ. We have so many activities available at our fingertips. Whether you have a vacation planned during the summer or not, we are able to easily get to some of the most popular destinations in our country. No matter if you are staying home, visiting one of the many tourist destinations in our area, or traveling, we want to remind you of the importance of caring for your teeth this summer. It can be easy to let the lack of routine get the best of you, but we want to help our patients avoid dealing with unexpected problems. Continue reading to learn some tips to help keep your mouth healthy and emergency free.
At Aesthetic Smile Design, Dr. Edeer is continuously improving the dental care offered to patients through the use of new treatment methods as well as dental technology. One method that is used in the office on a number of procedures and treatments is laser dentistry. Dr. Edeer has been using various forms of laser dentistry for the past twenty years to safely and effectively treat a number of dental issues. Over the years, he has adjusted the way lasers have been used to account for the advancements in technology. Laser dentistry can be used to restore the teeth and mouth to health following the diagnosis of issues such as dental decay or gum disease and lesion removal for oral cancer patients.
I often speak about the importance of maintaining routine hygiene examinations and scheduling any appointments for treatment in a timely fashion. I know that some of my patients suffer from anxiety over visiting the office and having dental procedures completed. My team and I do everything we can to ensure that each patient feels comfortable while under our care, and we do our best to be sure everyone is informed about what to expect during all dental treatments. No matter what my team and I do, we know that some patients will still have some nerves. I want to share some helpful tips that may help you feel more relaxed before and during your visit. Continue reading to learn more.
Are you suffering with tooth pain, putting off oral treatment, or not scheduling regular dental cleanings because you don’t have dental insurance or because your insurance coverage is just too limited? At Aesthetic Smile Design, our goal is to make quality dental care accessible to every patient, whether they have dental insurance or not. We would hate for one of our patients to go without needed treatment or basic dental care because they are worried about high out-of-pocket costs. That’s why we’ve started a new program aimed at helping our patients get the care they need.
Over the past few years, there has been a large influx of individuals who have used saliva testing to determine a wide range of information. There are saliva tests that can determine your heritage, tests that can help diagnose food sensitivities and allergies, as well as tests that can pinpoint a number of medical risk factors that can potentially develop in your future. Recently, the pandemic has caused many adults to look at their current and future health in a different light. As a result of this, we at Aesthetic Smile Design are continuously looking for ways not only to improve the oral health of our patients, but their overall health as well. This is why we now offer our patients saliva testing. With one saliva sample, you can have three different tests performed: MyPerioPath, Immun19, and Celsus One.
Did we recommend a dental treatment during your last visit and you have delayed scheduling your appointment? We know that life can get busy. Over the past few months, we have seen more and more businesses and events reopen, and it has returned a sense of normalcy we have been missing over the past few years. We know that schedules are busy and ever changing. Many of our patients have recently commented that they feel like they never have a free moment between work obligations, events with friends and family, social commitments and children’s activities. No matter how busy you are, we want to encourage you to schedule any treatments we have recommended. Avoiding dental treatments can lead to serious dental emergencies and complications. Read on to learn more.
Do you find that you are continuously worried about bad breath? Do you constantly take a step back when talking with others? Are you always reaching for a breath mint or just self-conscious in general? It is not uncommon to experience bad breath from time to time. This is especially common if you are a big coffee drinker or enjoy garlic in your food. When food or beverage is the cause of bad breath, the smell can be eliminated after a thorough teeth brushing. When you experience frequent bad breath, however, it can be worrisome because it is a warning sign something may be amiss with your oral health.
Have you been considering making a change to your smile? I always encourage my patients to be honest about the changes they would like to see with their smile when they visit the office and I can make recommendations on a treatment option that would best benefit their needs and desires. For example, if you have been wanting to take the leap and straighten your teeth but are concerned about wearing traditional metal braces as an adult, I have the perfect orthodontic treat for you to consider? Read on to learn more about this popular treatment.
Do you need to replace a tooth and are struggling with which replacement option to choose? At Aesthetic Smile Design, we know that this entire process can be upsetting and stressful. From the moment you learn you need a tooth replaced, whether it is due to severe decay, an accident, a medical condition, or medication, you should be considering a tooth replacement option. Our team will work with you every step of the way to answer any questions you have about which choice will be best for your lifestyle and budget. We want to ensure that you are comfortable and understand whichever process you choose.
Dr. Edeer and the team are constantly looking for ways to improve the treatments they offer to patients. They believe in treating the patient as a whole and don’t just focus on a patient’s oral health. After dealing with the pandemic for the past two years, more people than ever before are concerned about what’s going on in their bodies. They want to learn about any threats to their health and well-being. Recently, we have added a simple way to test for a number of conditions that can affect your quality of life. Continue reading to learn more about these simple tests and what they can determine.