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How Can Exercise Be Harmful to My Oral Health?

December 4, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 8:40 pm
group of people jogging

Exercise is certainly important to be healthy and in good shape, whether you are swimming, going for a jog, or something else. You might not have considered, however, the impact that physical exertion can have on your teeth.

Before you throw in the towel, however, there are steps you can take to ensure that exercise doesn’t take a toll on your oral health. Here are some tips from your emergency dentist in Lisle about potential trouble spots that go hand-in-hand with exercise and things you can do to minimize the concern.


Is It Safe to Have Dental Work Done While Pregnant?

November 19, 2021

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Is It Safe to Have Dental Work Done While Pregnant?

With pregnancy comes a lot of uncertainty, and that can extend to potential dental treatments. You want what’s best for your child, but you also want to feel confident and secure in your smile. Can getting dental work done while you’re pregnant potentially lead to complications? Read on to learn more about whether or not it’s safe to undergo dental treatments in Lisle while you’re pregnant.


5 Foods to Skip to Avoid a Chipped tooth

October 20, 2021

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Woman with facial painThe hardest substance in your body protects your teeth, called your enamel. Although it is exceptionally strong, it’s not indestructible. Statistics show 34% to 74% of adults between 30 to 50 years old have at least one chipped tooth. You might believe a fall or blow to your mouth are the only ways a tooth can break, but there’s another culprit. There are several foods that can chip teeth. You can safeguard your smile and avoid a trip to an emergency dentist by avoiding 5 foods.


How Eating Popcorn Can Have an Impact on Your Oral Health

September 23, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 7:12 pm
man and woman eating popcorn

With more than 17 billion quarts of popcorn being consumed in the United States alone every year, this wildly popular food is the snack of choice for many Americans. Though it may be a delicious and somewhat nutritious way to enjoy movie night, popcorn can cause serious damage to your teeth and is linked to a variety of oral health risks. Learn more about the negative effects of popcorn on your dental health and healthy alternatives your teeth are sure to love.


Interested in Using Denture Adhesive? Here’s How to Do It

September 3, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 7:02 pm
dentist putting adhesive on dentures

With 57% of Americans ages 65 to 74 wearing dentures, they are an incredibly popular way of replacing missing teeth. For some, using denture adhesive may be necessary to safely secure them to your mouth. Proper application of denture adhesive can prevent oozing and stability issues so you can feel more comfortable and confident in your smile. Here’s everything you need to know about using denture adhesive the right way.


Do School Lunches Cause Cavities?

August 27, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 3:23 am

Young boy eating lunch at schoolChildren across the country are getting ready to head back to the classroom. Their bodies must be nourished to support their academic success, but that’s not the only reason a good diet is important. You don’t want their lunches creating a problem that might compromise their smile or their time in the classroom. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your child’s school lunches support a healthy mouth, body, and mind.


Why Not Soaking Your Dentures at Night is a Big Mistake

August 22, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 10:45 am

dentures soaking in glass of water

It’s been a long day, and you’re ready to “hit the hay” so you can get a good night’s sleep. There’s only one problem – you haven’t removed your dentures to soak them. Is it really a big deal, though? A local dentist says skipping this vital part of your denture maintenance could spell trouble. Continue reading to find out why soaking dentures nightly is an absolute must!


Get the Facts about Dental Implants and Diabetes

July 31, 2021

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Man with diabetes checking blood sugarA dental implant is unlike any other treatment for tooth loss because it replicates both the root and crown. As a result, it creates a nearly perfect recreation of your natural smile. Not to mention, they are proven to last for decades for the right candidates. Generally, good oral and general health are all that is needed to benefit from dental implants, but what about diabetics? Yes! Believe it or not, even patients with diabetes are candidates for dental implants; however, your dentist will take a few precautions. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your new smile lasts.


Dental Implant Cost: The Most Important Factors to Know

June 7, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drmarchese @ 10:55 pm
Dentist explaining factors of dental implant cost to a patient

Dental implants are a complex treatment in the sense that they can be highly personalized to meet the specific needs of the individual. Because of their versatility, they are more than capable of replacing any number of teeth, even in patients who have been missing teeth for a long time. However, this also means that the cost is not typically so obvious. According to an implant dentist, dental implant cost is largely determined by these factors. Keep reading to learn what they are!


4 Reasons Why Summer Is the Perfect Time to Get Your Teeth Professionally Whitened

May 19, 2021

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woman in sunglasses enjoying the results of her teeth whitening in summer

At long last, summer is practically here! On one hand, you’re excited to spend time with your loved ones at backyard barbecues and neighborhood swimming pools. On the other hand, you’re a bit self-conscious of your dull or stained teeth. Instead of trying over-the-counter teeth whiteners that barely work, why not visit your dentist for a professional teeth whitening treatment? Here are four reasons why teeth whitening in summer is one of the best things you can do for your smile!

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