A Filling Can Repair Decay

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Does one of your teeth have a cavity (decay)? A dental filling in Riverdale, New York, may be just what you need. Drs. Adler and Berson will remove the tooth decay and fill the area with the dental filling material. This will restore the strength and function of the tooth.... Read more »

Your Dental Checkup Questions Answered

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Do you have a dental checkup coming up? If so, our Riverdale Dental P.C. team is happy to help you prepare for your appointment! In order to help you, we would like to teach you more about your dental cleaning and exam. We prefer to do so by giving you... Read more »

How to Prevent Cavities

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Cavity prevention is extremely important—both in children and adults—so we are here to give you the tips you need to fight off tooth decay and maintain a strong and healthy smile. So, in order to prevent cavities, here at Riverdale Dental P.C., we strongly recommend doing the following things: ·... Read more »

Healthy Drinks for Healthy Smiles

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At Riverdale Oral Health and Implant Center, we want you to have a healthy and happy holiday season. We know how hard it is to avoid colds and flu during the busy winter season. But you can enjoy the festivities and keep your commitments while taking good care of your... Read more »

What to Expect at a Dental Checkup

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Many people fear the dental office, but a simple dental checkup should not be something to be scared of. However, our staff at Riverdale Oral Health and Implant Center understand that if you aren’t sure what will happen during the appointment, it’s easy to be scared, which is why we... Read more »

Can Gum Disease Be Related to Other Medical Conditions?

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Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an inflammation of the gum tissue that is caused by the excess buildup of bacteria, plaque and tartar. If left untreated, this can lead to a low-grade infection in the gum tissue. The infection itself can cause a loss of material in... Read more »