Request Appointment
Leave a Review
Read Our Blog
Like Us on Facebook

5 of the Strangest Dental Emergencies That Can Occur

February 9, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 7:45 pm
Man with hand on his cheek due to dental emergency

Dental emergencies—they happen out of nowhere, and they’re never completely preventable, which is why they can be incredibly surprising. However, there are wide variety of urgent issues that can occur, some much stranger than others. That’s why your dentist has included a list of the top 5 weirdest dental emergencies. Read on to satisfy your curiosity and learn more.


Tips for Enjoying Thanksgiving with Dentures!

November 20, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 9:16 pm
Woman smiling with dentures at Thanksgiving dinner table

All of a sudden, Thanksgiving is right around the corner! You’ve probably been looking forward to time with family, relaxing, and of course, the food. However, if you have dentures, you may be worried about getting through a meal without your smile slipping, sliding, or feeling uncomfortable. That’s why your dentist in Syracuse has included some easy yet effective tips to help you enjoy Thanksgiving with your dentures.


What’s Better: Getting a Root Canal or Tooth Extraction?

August 13, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 7:47 pm

Woman experiencing tooth pain who needs a root canalSo, you’re enjoying your beautiful day, and that’s when it happens—you feel a sudden pain in your tooth. You want it to go away but it’s distracting you from all the fun you had planned. While this may seem like it happens out of nowhere, a toothache is typically a problem that develops over time due to poor oral hygiene. When there is severe decay, you’ll need treatment as soon as possible to get out of pain and back to smiling. Read on to learn about your two different options: a root canal or a tooth extraction.


5 Reasons to Book a Dental Visit Before School Starts!

July 12, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 5:50 pm

Boy smiling during visit with Syracuse dentistTime sure does fly—before you know it, your son or daughter will be starting up their next year of school. As COVID-19 remains a concern, your child’s school year may not be exactly the same. However, it’s still important that your little one receives their regular checkup and cleaning before the year starts! You probably have lots on your to-do list already, but here are 5 significant reasons why you should book your child an appointment with your Syracuse dentist before school begins.


When Do You Need an Emergency Root Canal?

June 9, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 8:38 pm

Woman smiling in dental chair after root canalFor many people, dentistry is low on their list of fun things on the calendar. And, of all the dental treatments, patients often dread root canal therapy. But why? Root canals are designed to help patients smile with comfort without having to extract their natural teeth. So how do you know when you need one? What really is a root canal, and does it hurt? Keep reading to get peace-of-mind with all of the answers you need.


The Serious Connection Between Your Heart & Gums

March 20, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 5:32 pm

Close-up of woman showing red gumsGum disease is one of the most common oral health issues, effecting around half of the US population. While your teeth tend to get most of the spotlight when it comes to oral health, your gums are more important than you may think. In fact, the health of your gums can have an impact on your heart and the rest of your body. Keep reading to learn more about gum disease in Syracuse and how it can affect your overall health.


Why You Should Never Put Off Root Canal Therapy

January 3, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 7:54 pm

Woman with tooth painNo one ever wants to hear the phrase, “You need a root canal.” However, this treatment is one of the most important services your dentist has to offer. If you need a root canal in Syracuse, or if you’re experiencing a toothache, it’s vital to your oral health to seek treatment as soon as possible. While many people may want to put off their root canal therapy, seeing your dentist sooner rather than later could save your tooth! Keep reading to learn more about root canals and why they’re so significant.


Holiday Dental Emergency? Here’s What to Do Next!

December 9, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 7:25 pm

Family smiling at holiday dinnerThe holidays are here! With lots of food, fun, friends, and family, what’s not to love? Parties and festivities seem to be around every corner, but a dental emergency can put a real damper on your holiday spirit if you don’t know your next steps. Thankfully, your dentist knows what to do if an emergency occurs over the holidays to keep your smile safe and healthy. Read to learn more!


Regular Cleanings and Deep Cleanings: What’s the Difference?

October 4, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 7:18 pm

Close-up of healthy gumsWhen’s the last time you saw your dentist? Did you receive a routine checkup and dental cleaning? Have you ever been told that you need a “deep” cleaning? Regular visits are great for removing hard to reach plaque and bacteria, but sometimes, patients need a deep periodontal cleaning, which removes all the nasty stuff that can get in your gums to prevent serious effects of gum disease. Both routine and deep cleanings are important, but which one do you need and how are they different? Keep reading to learn the answers.


Clean Smiles for Back to School? No Problem with These Tips

September 9, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — cerecuse @ 3:00 pm

Girl brushing teethNow that it’s officially September, your little ones are probably getting ready to go back to school if they haven’t already. As they get back into the routine of their daily school schedule, it’s common for them to forget positive habits like caring for their teeth. With about 51 million hours of school missed each year for dental problems, it’s important to do all that you can to help care for your child’s smile. Keep reading to learn some pro tips on how to maintain positive oral health while your son or daughter gets adjusted to a new grade, classmates, and routine.


Older Posts »