It’s Red Nose Day!! Our team here at East Madison Dental are showing their support in the fight✊ to help end child poverty by wearing red noses for this great cause. Show your support by donating at Comic Relief: Red Nose Day or using the hashtag #RedNoseDay2019 !!Together We Can #EndChildPoverty #EMD #Together #Smile
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Happy Valentine’s Day!! Show Your Teeth Some Love and “Make Your Smile A Masterpiece” with Invisalign Clear Aligners.
February is Children’s Dental Health Month! Every week we will be posting little blurbs to inform you. This week it’s about dental sealants. If you’re interested in this procedure call our dentists today! Also keep an eye out for CONTESTS!! This article was written by our own Hygienist Karen. #dental #health #sealants #dentists #children#teeth #smile
Come See Us at Kings Food Market in Cresskill on April 9th!
East Madison Dental is supporting Oral Cancer Awareness Month by offering free oral cancer screenings both in the office and around the community, starting in front of Kings Food Market in Cresskill on Monday, April 9th. Read the rest of this entry »
Stress, Grinding and What you Can Do to Protect Your Teeth
Stress can have a lot of adverse effects on the body. It can cause damage to your stomach, liver, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. It can also lead to cavities, chipped teeth and a sore jaw. How? Many people (over 20% of adults) grind their teeth when they’re stressed. This can happen at night or during the day. The more stress, the more grinding. Grinding places a lot of unnatural force on your teeth, which can lead to chipping or cracking, leaving your teeth prey to bacteria getting in and causing cavities–or worse. Read the rest of this entry »
Those that suffer from snoring and sleep apnea may benefit from a visit to their dentist.
What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a condition that affects over 20 million adults in the United States. It occurs when the relaxation of muscles in the throat during sleep cause blockages to the airway. All muscles relax while we sleep, but in the case of sleep apnea, the relaxation of the muscles and tissue in the throat causes actual blockages to the airway, resulting in lack of oxygen to the brain. During a sleep apnea episode, the brain will attempt to wake the body up to correct the blockage. The person will wake up gasping or choking for air. During the course of the night, a person with sleep apnea may awaken anywhere from 5 to over 30 times. While the person with sleep apnea may not remember these episodes in the morning, they are affecting the person by causing drowsiness throughout the day. Sleep apnea can also lead to other more serious health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, heart attack and stroke. Read the rest of this entry »
Community Outreach in Tenafly
In support of Children’s Dental Health Month, Dr. Koh held a seminar for parents at the Korean Community Center in Tenafly, NJ. He covered important dental health topics, such as what to do in the case of a dental emergency, best oral hygiene practices for children, when to get braces and what to expect, and more. Read the rest of this entry »