1. Oral Health Tips to Make the School Year a Success

    With the school year back in swing, and schedules filling up quickly with responsibilities and plans. Keeping this in mind, it is important that the in-depth oral hygiene routine that you were dedicated to all summer long doesn’t get put on the backburner now simply that you have more to do from one day to the next. Below you can uncover some of the best oral health tips we have for high schoole…Read More

  2. 3 Facts From Your Dentist That You Wouldn’t Expect

    As an adult you have likely sat in a dental office or waiting room dozens of times throughout your life. Considering how many visits you have made to see a dentist over the years, you also have likely been given every bit of information that you can possibly retain about oral health and how to maintain yours. However, we, at Corsi Dental Associates, have thought of a couple of facts about dental h…Read More

  3. 4 Signs Your Mouth is Healthy

    If we’ve said it once, we’re said it a million times - a healthy mouth is a sign of a healthy body. That is why it is imperative that our patients know precisely what they have to do to have the cleanest and healthiest mouth possible. Below are just a few things your dentist at Corsi Dental Associates will look for when you come in for a cleaning that will signify that you do have a healthy mo…Read More

  4. How To Prevent Enamel Loss

    You may not be aware, but tooth enamel is actually the strongest substance in the entire human body. While your teeth can handle being exposed to many destructive substances, they are also still susceptible to decay. Things like sugar and acid in your food do take quite the toll on your teeth. Here, you can learn more about what enamel loss is and how you prevent it. What is enamel loss? In case y…Read More

  5. The 411: Dental Implants

    If you’re like most people, the thought of having a tooth knocked out or fall out simply makes you cringe. When this occurs, however, there are a few options a person has to choose from when it comes to getting their smile back. One of these choices is to get a dental implant. What is a dental implant? Dental implants are comprised of a titanium post that is placed in the jawbone so that a stabl…Read More

  6. Everything You Need To Know About A Dental Bridge

    If you have lost several teeth in a row, you may be wondering what your options are as far as having them replaced goes. Whether you lost them because of poor oral hygiene, gum disease or an accident, you can be sure that a dental bridge can get your smile back to looking how it used to, or perhaps even better. What is a dental bridge? A dental bridge is generally made of two or more crowns and fa…Read More

  7. Never Fear a Trip to the Dentist Ever Again with Sedation Dentistry

    Whether you are eight or 80 years old, chances are you have experienced anxiety related to going to the dentist at one time or another. For reason unknown to us at Corsi Dental, dentist offices tend to just have a bad reputation. Regardless if we understand it or not, we do have to make accommodations for those who just feel uneasy when they enter our office for one reason or another. Our sedation…Read More

  8. Keep Your Teeth White Between Treatments

    If you have had your teeth whitened at Corsi Dental Associates, chances are you love the results and you want to keep your teeth as white as possible in the future. Unfortunately, constantly coming in for whitening treatments can severely damage your teeth. Luckily, there are ways you can maintain the whiteness of your teeth while you are between your regularly scheduled appointments at Corsi Dent…Read More

  9. Are Two Annual Dentist Trips Doing the Trick?

    It has been common knowledge for decades that it is recommended you visit your dentist twice a year for a bi-annual checkup. This allows for you to know whether or not your oral hygiene is up to par and whether your teeth, gums and the rest of your mouth is in good condition. However, just as standard oral health habits are not fitting to everyone, neither is this predetermined schedule for dental…Read More

  10. The Warning Signs of Gum Disease

    When people think of having a disease that affects their teeth, they often imagine they will come with excruciating pain and very obvious side effects. When it comes to periodontal disease, this is not the case, however. This is why so many people have no idea they are suffering from gum disease have no idea they have it until they visit a dentist, normally after an extended absence. What little s…Read More