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5 Teeth Tips for A Healthier Halloween

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in Manhattan Dental Health |

Halloween is coming this Saturday, kids all over Midtown Manhattan & NYC are scrambling to decide what costume they’re going with while parents are busy perfecting their decorations & arranging their best of the block candy selection. Although this is usually a day of sugary sweet candy overload, there are some ways parents & kids can help stop the cavity creeps in their tracks while still enjoying the occasion. Deliciously...

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Is Tooth Decay the Oldest Disease Known to Humans?

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Manhattan Dental Health |

Tooth Decay Is the Oldest Disease Known to Man   It’s not the common cold. Nor is it arthritis, malaria, or leprosy. According to Healthplex Dental trivia, tooth decay is not only the oldest disease we know of, but also the most common and widespread. A quick internet search should reveal plenty of claims to the contrary, with even the Guinness Book of World Records getting in on the action proclaiming leprosy appeared prior to tooth...

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Keep Your Kid’s Teeth Healthy This Halloween

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Manhattan Dental Health |

Halloween is coming this Friday, kids all over NYC are scrambling to decide what costume they’re going with while parents are busy perfecting their decorations & arranging their best of the block candy selection. Although this is usually a day of sugary sweet candy overload, there are some ways parents & kids can help stop the cavity creeps in their tracks while still enjoying the occasion. Deliciously decadent chocolate and candy...

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Is Red Wine Good For Our Teeth Too?

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Oral Health & Overall Health | 0 comments

According to this article by the American Chemical Society, a new study has found that red wine, as well as grape seed extract, could potentially help prevent cavities. Surely any food or drink that can help prevent cavities is good for our teeth right? It seems both red wine and grape seed extract were successful in eliminating certain bacteria responsible for the formation of plaque and tooth decay. The report, which appears in ACS’ Journal...

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