Dental365 is excited to introduce a new concept for our patients called Dental365Health. As the largest dental health care provider in the New York Metropolitan area, we are extremely privileged and honored to take care of so many valued patients, but the question always remains, how can we do better?
The vision of Dental365Health is to act as a source of valid patient-related dental and medical information that you might find helpful. It is a direct communication to you – the patient. This means we “empower patients” with pertinent information so that you can be more involved in the decision-making process for factors that determine your personal overall health. Be sure to check back regularly for the most up to date information on how you can keep your dental, and overall health in check.
Thanksgiving Tips to Keep Your Teeth and Body Thankful
The holidays are upon us. The time of year when food and sweets are all around us. We at Dental365 are committing to a healthier holiday season this ...Read More
Why Dental Cleaning Before Teeth Whitening is Important
To receive the best outcome from your Dental365 professional whitening, it is important to remove any plaque buildup or tartar on your teeth prior to whitening. Doctors will ...Read More
Tips for Avoiding Halloween Cavities
Halloween is right around the corner, and with it comes candy, lots of candy. Americans will spend over $2 billion on Halloween candy this year alone. Unsurprisingly, much ...Read More
Aesthetic or Cosmetic Braces
If you are considering braces, but aren’t too thrilled with “the look” of having braces, there is a newer option in the orthodontics world that you may not ...Read More
All About Teeth Whitening
Is looking at your smile leaving you wishing your teeth were whiter? You’re not alone. The good news is that whitening your teeth is as easy as visiting ...Read More
Sugar: Oh So Sweet, Or Oh So Evil?
When you consume sugar, the bacteria in your mouth produce a sticky film called plaque on the surface of your teeth. The plaque feeds on the sugar, turning ...Read More
Dental Tips for Babies and Young Children
If you are a parent of young children you may be wondering when to start brushing your little one’s teeth. Rule of thumb: It’s never too early. Even ...Read More
Invisalign: An Invisible Substitute for Braces
You may be surprised to hear that the benefits of having straight teeth outweigh a confident smile and personality. According to the American Dental Association, straightening your teeth ...Read More
Dental365 Quick Tips for Bad Breath
Tips For Bad Breath: 1. Brush your tongue. Bad breath is usually caused by lingering bacteria in your mouth. Brushing your tongue eliminates most of this bacteria. 2. ...Read More
Steps to Take for a Knocked-Out Tooth
More than 5 million teeth are knocked out in the United States every year. If you find yourself or your child in this situation, don’t panic. With the ...Read More