1. What to Expect From Your Next Teeth Cleaning

    At Corsi Dental Associates we strive to offer exceptional dental care in Woodbury and the surrounding area. That’s why we’re happy to offer the best teeth cleaning services around! As you probably know, keeping up to date with your oral health makes a world of difference, because after all, there is nothing worse than getting a toothache out of the blue. Our teeth cleaning services are the per…Read More

  2. How’s Your Flossing Technique

    How’s Your Flossing Technique?

    Are you flossing correctly? It can be hard to tell sometimes. Sure, you could probably stand to floss a bit more often, but that’s true of pretty much everyone. That’s why it pays to make it count when you do break out the floss. In today’s post we’ll be discussing a few flossing techniques that you should take the time to perfect. As you are no doubt well aware, flossing is incredibly imp…Read More

  3. Take Great Care of Your Teeth With These 3 Tips

    Take Great Care of Your Teeth With These 3 Tips

    What does at-home dental care look like for you? For many, brushing your teeth and remembering to floss every so often gets the job done. And hey, if it works why change things up? The truth is that making a few simple tweaks to your daily routine can make a world of difference. In today’s post the team at Corsi Dental Associates would like to share a few tips on what you can do to get the most …Read More

  4. Does Seeing a Dentist Give You Anxiety

    Does Seeing a Dentist Give You Anxiety?

    The fear of heights, the fear of enclosed spaces, and the fear of social interaction are all pretty common things for people to have. Another common fear that people experience? A trip to see the local dentist. Unfortunately this is also a common cause of anxiety for people and the majority of dentists out there don’t seem to be particularly interested in making it a thing of the past. The good …Read More

  5. Don’t Chip A Tooth This Summer!

    One of the first things that people notice about you upon an introduction is likely your smile. A beautiful white smile can make quite the lasting impression; so the last thing you want is a chipped tooth ruining it. Seeing as how teeth are the strongest part of the human body, you wouldn’t think you would have to worry about them breaking. However, teeth chip much more often than you probably k…Read More

  6. How To Raise your kids to have good oral hygiene habits

    How To Raise Your Kids To Have Good Oral Hygiene Habits

    If you are a parent, you probably are extremely familiar with how difficult it can be to get your child to agree to brush their teeth. It seems that every single night and every single morning there is a whole song and dance that must take place before your child will finally take a minute or two to take care of their teeth. The good news is that this is an uphill battle that nearly every parent h…Read More

  7. Your Filling Or Crown Came Out

    Oh No! Your Filling Or Crown Fell Out! What Now?

    While it may not be something you ever expect to happen, losing a crown or a filling is not all that uncommon. In fact, a filling or a crown can fall out for a number of reasons such as chewing on hard foods or saliva simply breaking down the bonding over a period of time. You can also lose a crown or a filling by having decay occur in the tooth where it is housed. The loss of support in the tooth…Read More

  8. Is Chocolate That Bad For Your Teeth?

    There are several holidays that come about each year during which there seems to be chocolate at your disposal constantly. One of these holidays is Valentine’s Day and with it right around the corner, we thought we would take this opportunity to talk about how chocolate affects your teeth. Is chocolate bad for your teeth? Whether it be white chocolate, dark chocolate, or any other kind, this tre…Read More

  9. The Seven Stages of Gum Disease

    Let's be honest: how often do you actually floss? We know that when you come to the dentist office this question is often the most annoying one that you hear. That's because after it is asked, it is followed by your dentist or dental hygienist probing your gum line which is often painful and comes with a bit of advice that you likely do not want to hear. Believe us, your dentist is only poking at …Read More

  10. Dentures vs. Implants: The Pros and Cons

    When you are missing teeth it can take a toll on your confidence. Not only may you not feel like smiling, but you also may find that you feel as though people are judging you based off your smile when you do choose to show your teeth. Whether you are missing one, some, or all of your teeth, your dentist will likely recommend that you pursue one of two options. These options are dentures & dent…Read More