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Reasons to Visit the Dentist in Winter

Reasons to Visit the Dentist in Winter

We know that the cold winter weather and dry air wreak havoc on the skin. Did you know that these weather conditions can also facilitate dental problems? Being aware of these winter dental woes, as well as how to combat them, will help to keep your mouth healthy in the cold, and avoid the tooth […]


How to Clean Your Teeth When You Don’t Have a Toothbrush

How to Clean Your Teeth When You Don’t Have a Toothbrush

You’ve spent all week preparing for your vacation. You wrote a checklist, triple-checked your luggage, and brought all of your toiletries in the recommended 3.4oz containers. After hours of sitting in a plane, you finally arrive at the hotel, open your suitcase, and––gasp––realize that you forgot your toothbrush. The hotel doesn’t have any and no […]


Benefits of Single-Tooth Dental Implants

Benefits of Single-Tooth Dental Implants

If you are missing a single tooth, an implant and a crown are able to replace it and provide you with a natural-looking-and-feeling tooth. You will be able to regain a complete smile as well as your confidence. We here at Brooklawn Dental are proud to provide this service. What are the Benefits of a […]


Your First Week With Invisalign

Your First Week With Invisalign

Invisalign treatments allow users to get the straight teeth that they’ve always dreamed of, without using braces or other, less discreet, oral appliances. While Invisalign doesn’t protrude out from the teeth like traditional braces do, having something on your teeth can still take some getting used to! However, many patients find that Invisalign gives them […]


How to Avoid Tartar Buildup

How to Avoid Tartar Buildup

Tartar is hardened dental plaque that affects almost 68% of adults. Tartar buildup is a major problem, as it can lead to bad breath, gingivitis, and cavities. If you continue to allow tartar to build up on your teeth, you may eventually need to have teeth removed or capped. It is best to take good […]


Should You Brush Your Teeth Before or After Breakfast

Should You Brush Your Teeth Before or After Breakfast?

Are you one of those people who can’t stand waking up to morning breath? There’s a good chance that you brush your teeth first thing when you get out of bed. But then you probably go on to eat your breakfast, right? Many people don’t like eating breakfast with a toothpaste flavor in their mouth, […]


Dealing With Bad Breath

Dealing With Bad Breath

No one wants bad breath. It can cause social problems and reduce your self-confidence. Aside from the social issues, having bad breath consistently also indicates that there may be something medically wrong with your body. Here are some ways to deal with bad breath: Brush and Floss Twice a Day – Some people only brush […]


How Long Do Dental Fillings Last

How Long Do Dental Fillings Last

You may be surprised to know that dental filling actually do NOT last forever. Just like veneers, dental fillings are durable but they get worn out overtime. It is important for you to regularly make appointments with Brooklawn Dental Association, P.C. for check ups on your fillings. What Is A Dental Filling A dental filling […]


5 Benefits of Mouthwash

5 Benefits of Mouthwash

Most people assume that brushing their teeth gets rid of all the oral hygiene issues for them. However, they are not aware of the fact that it is not an all-in-one solution for your oral health. There are many other things that you should consider using apart from a toothpaste. One of the most important […]


What is Gum Recession

What is Gum Recession?

Gum recession is a type of condition on which the teeth’s roots become exposed as the result of loss of gum tissue. This is a very common oral health concern, not only in adults, because even teenagers are prone to gum recession as well. Once gums recede, pockets or gaps form in between the teeth […]


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