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Importance of Seeing Your Dentist in Lisle Every Six Months

January 6, 2017

Preserve your smile with six-month exams and cleanings with dentists in Lisle, Drs. Frank and Jeanelle Marchese. Prevention is simple but so important.

The semi-annual exam and hygienic cleaning are foundational to preventive dentistry. Lisle dentists, Dr. Frank Marchese and Dr. Jeanelle Marchese at Arbor Dental Care, check many components of oral health, clean teeth and formulate treatment plans to keep smiles strong–and good-looking, too.


The Dentist Lisle Trusts Is Now Accepting New Patients

September 24, 2015

Woman happy because she chose the dentist lisle residents love.At Arbor Dental Care, we know that finding a dentist you feel great about is no easy task. Some dentists are too rushed, and many dental offices just don’t feel all that welcoming. If you’re looking for someplace different this fall, we’re here to let you know you can stop the search. Dr. Marchese at Arbor Dental Care is already the trusted dentist of so many Lisle neighbors — and he’s now accepting new patients! Read on to learn about the excellent services offered at Arbor Dental Care, and choose Dr. Marchese for your next dental appointment.

Get Straighter Teeth, Faster with Invisalign in Lisle

September 11, 2015

woman puting in alignment tray from Invisalign in lisleIf you’re past the age of 12, metal braces probably aren’t on your wishlist this year. They used to be so cool, didn’t they? But once you’re dealing in staff meetings instead of sleepovers, and swanky restaurants over lunchrooms, the thought of getting adult metal braces just isn’t a possibility. But if you’ve got gapped, crowded or crooked teeth, there’s good news for you: Invisalign provides Lisle residents with straighter teeth — invisibly. Read on to learn more about this fabulous option in clear braces.

Lisle Dentist, Frank J. Marchese DDS MAGD, Says Fluoride is Important For Your Teeth

July 24, 2015

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ThinkstockPhotos-480246305Your Lisle dentist, Dr. Frank J. Marchesi at Arbor Dental Care, stresses fluoride as a key component in dental health. Whether applied directly to the teeth or ingested in water and other sources, fluoride reduces the incidence of cavities and strengthens tooth enamel.

Lisle, Illinois implant dentist Frank J. Marchese DDS MAGD would rather prevent tooth decay and gum disease rather than have to use all the restorative dental skills and experience he has acquired. So, he recommends the application of fluoride to keep tooth enamel strong and healthy and to even help reverse decay in its earliest stage. Coming to Arbor Dental Care in the Lisle, Illinois area every 6 months for exams and cleanings is important as well.

Fluoride is a tried and true dental treatment

The use of fluoride as a cavity preventative measure goes back decades. The American Dental Association (ADA) stresses that this mineral, either applied to tooth surfaces or taken internally, significantly reduces the incidence of dental cavities in both adults and children.

Fluoride seems to work 2 ways: it hardens enamel by actually putting minerals back into the tooth, and it seems to prevent decay by making enamel acid-resistant. The oral bacteria present in sticky plaque which builds up on teeth because of the food we eat do more than give people bad breath. These germs secrete tooth and gum dissolving acids which break down the tissues, leading to decay and gum disease and its serious effects. Fluoride, though, helps teeth stand up to acid erosion.

How is fluoride delivered?

We’re all familiar with fluoride toothpastes. With all the kinds of toothpastes available today, the most important ingredient is still fluoride. Also, many topical mouth rinses effectively apply fluoride. Fluoride treatments Arbor Dental Care are the most concentrated kind, hardening enamel and even reducing dental sensitivity.

Fluoride enters the tooth enamel matrix systemically as well–in the water we drink. Most American communities continue to add the mineral to municipal water supplies. Fluoride also comes in drops, pills and lozenges.

Is fluoride enough to keep teeth healthy?

The answer is no. Your daily brushing and flossing routine is foundational to your oral health as these practices remove plaque. Plus, visiting your dentist in Lisle, Illinois has many benefits, including:

  • visual inspection for cavities, gum disease and problems with existing restorations such as fillings and crowns
  • early detection of dental issues before they become complex and expensive
  • oral cancer screening
  • periodontal probing
  • checking for bite problems, TMJ dysfunctions and bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • discussing oral health concerns and aesthetic goals
  • application of sealants on children’s molars

Set-up your dental appointment now

Frank J. Marchese DDS MAGD likes to see all his patients–from children through senior adults–semi-annually. When was the last time you visited your dentist in Lisle?

Contact Arbor Dental Care to arrange an appointment.