Author Archives: Dr. David Janash

4 Reasons to Put That Crown On

Crowns are often associated with royalty and fame. This refers to the gold or decorated adornment placed on your head. However, there is another type of crown that only your dentist can award. While dental crowns are used as a … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Your Tooth is Hurting

Tooth pain, more commonly referred to as a toothache, is one of the most underrated and disruptive types of discomfort. While toothaches can vary in severity, they can make it difficult to eat, sleep or even concentrate until the pain … Continue reading

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Can A Loose Tooth Be Saved?

While children get excited about a loose or “wiggly” tooth, adults don’t have the same response. Your adult or permanent teeth are the only set you get for the rest of your life. Therefore, it is understandable that a loose … Continue reading

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Is Your Smile Wedding Day Ready?

Are you engaged to be married? Congratulations! Your mind is likely swarming with decisions and tasks that need to get done before your big day. However, as you select your venue and nail down your florist, don’t forget about the … Continue reading

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Making Invisalign Even More Comfortable

Invisalign has revolutionized the way teens and adults straighten their teeth. With its smooth clear thermoplastic design, the aligners offer remarkable advantages over traditional braces in terms of aesthetics as well as comfort. However, nearly every oral appliance takes some … Continue reading

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The Serious Risk of Mail-Order Dental Appliances

We live in a modern, fast-paced society where we no longer need an actual bank, gym or even grocery store to carry out our daily tasks and agenda. With the click of a button we can deposit checks into our … Continue reading

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Need a Root Canal?

Root canal therapy is one of the most common, time-tested treatments in dentistry. However, many patients have an unwarranted fear of root canals and don’t fully understand the procedure or its remarkable benefits. Let’s start with tooth pain. If you … Continue reading

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Your Recovery Timeline After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most common types of oral surgery. It involves extracting the third set of molars in an effort to prevent or alleviate impaction or other dental concerns due to lack of jaw space. Wisdom … Continue reading

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Considering an Oral Piercing? Know This First

Piercings may seem like a great way to express yourself or compliment your style, but when piercings involve your mouth, they bring serious risks to your dental health and overall health. Oral piercings can involve lip rings, tongue bars and … Continue reading

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Denture Care

For those that have lost all or most of their natural teeth, dentures can provide a new lease on a beautiful and functional smile. With today’s modern materials and designs, removable dentures are more comfortable and natural-looking than ever before. … Continue reading

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