Answering Questions on Dental Erosion Prevention

One of the key functions of your oral health care is to keep your smile free and clear of food debris. Debris can be harmful to your teeth and gums because if it is allowed to pool in your mouth, it can slowly form what is known as plaque. Plaque... Read more »

Increase Your Dental Knowledge on Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

The health in your teeth and gums is often linked to damage prevention. The more you are doing to limit oral health risk, the greater chance your smile has of thriving in the future. To help lower your risk for serious infectious diseases including gum disease, it is important to... Read more »

Prevent Multiple Oral Issues With a Dental Checkup

Maintaining your oral health for a lifetime requires visiting the dentist for regular dental checkups to address developing oral issues before they can affect the health of your smile. Your dental checkup includes a thorough dental cleaning performed by a dental hygienist to remove the tartar that hardens at the... Read more »

Discover Your Dream Smile with Halitosis Prevention

  Are you suffering from bad breath? Does bad breath routinely return even after using products such as mouthwash to help freshen your breath and eliminate the bacteria responsible for it? If so, then it could be the cause of food choices, poor oral hygiene, oral health ailments, and even... Read more »

The Things You Can Do to Have a Better Cleaning Technique for Your Smile

If you want a top-notch oral health and smile, then you need to have a top-notch oral hygiene routine. Fortunately, there are little things you can do to have a better cleaning technique for your smile. Our dentist, Dr. Steven Rattner, knows all about those oral hygiene tricks, and he... Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Aging and Dental Health

Another year has come once more, which means another year is on the way. It's important to get excited about each coming year, as it is another opportunity to enhance your life and achieve all the goals you set out to accomplish. We suggest making oral healthcare a priority this... Read more »

Avoiding Dry Socket

In many cases, our dentist, Dr. Steven Rattner and the staff at Steven Rattner DDS will do everything possible to save a tooth that has been damaged by trauma or by disease. But there are some situations in which a tooth needs to be extracted. An impacted wisdom tooth may... Read more »

Eat Right and Avoid Unhealthy Products This Halloween

As the Halloween season nears its pinnacle, it is crucial to keep your smile safe. Don't forget to practice optimum oral health care techniques such as brushing and flossing daily. In addition, make a checklist of all the things you can do to diminish your risk of dental damage during... Read more »

How Dental Fillings Conquer Cavities

Your tooth enamel is that hard outer layer of your teeth. When it is damaged and a hole forms, it is called a cavity. If a cavity digs into the canal of a tooth, your pulp risks infection. This can lead to tooth loss. You can conquer this problem with... Read more »

Water Flossing Secrets for a Healthy Smile

With the coming of winter and a joyous football season amongst us once more, it is important to clean your teeth every day. The additional feasts and tailgates galore are enough to put your tooth enamel into overdrive. The American Dental Association suggests brushing your teeth at least twice daily... Read more »