Oral Health


How an Eating Disorder Can Impact Your Oral Health

an Eating Disorder Can Impact Your Oral Health

More than 10 million Americans are living with an eating disorder, yet less than half will ever seek treatment for it, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. If you think that could never be you or someone close to you, consider this: A 2007 study surveyed 9,282 Americans about an array of mental […]

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Why It’s So Important to Prevent Plaque Build-up

Prevent Plaque Build-up

More than 80 percent of American adults suffer from periodontal disease caused by plaque build-up, according to one count. Are you one of them? Plaque hardens within just a few hours of forming on your teeth, and turns into tartar in less than a couple of weeks. That build-up can lead to periodontal disease and […]

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What Can I Do About My Gummy Smile?

What Can I Do About My Gummy Smile?

Ever wondered what you can do about your gummy smile? How many photos of you are there out there with your lips pursed together in something that’s supposed to resemble a smile? So many you probably lost count because you’ve been doing it for years. Your friends and family have stopped pleading with you to […]

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10 Unexpected Ways You’re Ruining Your Teeth

Ways You’re Ruining Your Teeth

Let’s look at some unexpected ways your’re ruining your teeth. You have been told to steer clear of sugar. Brush and floss regularly. And see your dentist every six months. That much, at least, we all know about preventing tooth decay. It was hammered into our heads from the time we could start holding a […]

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Losing a Tooth as an Adult: What Happens?

Loosing a Tooth as an Adult:

Losing a tooth as an adult is one of those scenarios that’ll probably never cross your mind until it happens to you. That realization, whether it occurs abruptly—you unknowingly bite down on a nutshell and crack a molar—or gradually—your periodontal disease progresses to the point that a tooth or two loosens—will come as a rude […]

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Are You Too Young for Gum Disease?

Are You Too Young for Gum Disease

Do you think you are too young for gum disease? Think again. A study back in 2005 kind of rocked the foundation of the dental world. Gum disease, researchers said, can start much earlier than we thought. And that wasn’t all. It can also begin without any obvious symptoms. Up to that point, gum disease […]

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How You May Be At Greater Risk of Developing Periodontal Disease

Risk of Developing Periodontal Disease

A few posts back, we referenced a disturbing statistic: Nearly half of American adults have some form of periodontal disease. In adults 65 and older, it jumps to 70 percent. The more we thought about that, the less we could explain why it was happening. Oral health care has never been more accessible, yet periodontal […]

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Periodontal Disease Affects More Than Your Mouth

Periodontal Disease Affects More Than Your Mouth

Periodontal disease is so easy to prevent: Brush, floss, rinse, repeat a couple times a day, and visit your dentist every few months. Yet half of American adults have it, and 70 percent of adults 65 and older. So, in a modest attempt to put a meaningful dent in this epidemic, we launched a four-part […]

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What is a Comprehensive Periodontal Evaluation?

Comprehensive Periodontal Evaluation

The Comprehensive Periodontal Evaluation. You’re going to see it come up a lot. If you’re a new patient, I’ll be conducting one during your first appointment. So, what is it? A few years back, the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) established the evaluation and recommended that all adults undergo one on an annual basis. A […]

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Mercer County Periodontists

Mercer County periodontists at Princeton Periodontics & Implants will assist with dental problems at their comprehensive dental care center. When you require preventive dental care, oral care examinations and oral treatment as well as help with dental issues, we are the periodontists in Mercer County for you. Few Mercer County periodontists can help with dental […]

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