Saturday, 18 November 2017

Advantages of Invisalign

Boost Your Confidence!

There are some distinct advantages to the Invisalign system. The best part is that no one will be able to tell you’re straightening your teeth because the aligners are so clear they’re almost invisible! People would have to know the aligners or there, or look extremely closely, to be able to detect them. You’ll have much more confidence about your smile during active treatment than many people have with traditional braces.

Comfort is another benefit of Invisalign. Because the aligners are all in one piece, with no metal or wires to poke or pinch, there’s no mouth irritation. The lack of wires to be checked and adjusted also means you spend less time in the dentist’s chair. They’re also unbelievably convenient. You wear the aligners all day, including during sleep. But they are easily removable for eating and brushing. You can eat and drink what you want while in treatment, with no food restrictions. And keeping your teeth clean and free of plaque is just as easy as it was before treatment, because there are no braces to get in the way of brushing and flossing.


Jockey Hollow Dentistry 
M. Corey Johnson, DDS 
Karen K. Fenichel, DMD
5 Cold Hill Road South
Mendham, NJ 07945
(973) 543-4828 JockeyHollowDentistry.com

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Dental Crowns

A Crown Restores a Damaged Tooth

A tooth can become so impaired that it is impossible for a simple filling to return it to function. When that happens, a crown will cover and strengthen the damaged tooth. Our crowns are made of the most cutting-edge materials available. The finished product will look so natural you won’t be able to tell it from an original tooth.

Jockey Hollow Dentistry 
M. Corey Johnson, DDS 
Karen K. Fenichel, DMD
5 Cold Hill Road South
Mendham, NJ 07945
(973) 543-4828 JockeyHollowDentistry.com

Monday, 6 November 2017

Diabetes and Your Dental Health # 3

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. This month we are featuring information found on MouthHealthy.org that discuss how diabetes can affect  your dental health. Below is one way that diabetes can affect your oral health.

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Have you ever noticed a cold sore or a cut in your mouth that doesn’t quite seem to go away? This can be another way that diabetes may affect your mouth. Poor control of blood sugar can keep injuries from healing quickly and properly. If you have something in your mouth that you feel isn’t healing as it should, see your dentist.

To read all '5 Ways Diabetes Can Affect Your Mouth' visit MouthHealthy.org.