Think You May Have A Cavity?

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To maintain good dental health, your teeth need a lot of good old fashioned TLC. But even when we do our best, bacteria can sneak in and cause tooth decay. At Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ, we are here to take care of your dental issues. Few of us go through life without…

Less Is More At Rotem Dental Care In Toms River

There are valuable new developments in dentistry: stronger, natural-looking materials; improved techniques; more effective diagnostic methods; and more precise instruments. Combine them with the team at Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ and you’re left with less of what used to make people dread going to the dentist. Less Pain Improved painkillers, lasers, and…

The Unsung Heroes Of Dentistry

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At Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ, we know that the dentist is the first person that comes to mind when thinking of dentistry. However, our team is made up of several crucial members, all of whom work in tandem to make your experience as comfortable and successful as possible. So, while we are…

Keep Your Teeth Safe

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These days, there are more ways to exercise than ever before. People have personal trainers, visit all-purpose gyms, take advantage of specialty facilities, and participate in recreational sports. At Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ, we want to remind our patients that many of these activities pose a risk to teeth. You may believe…

5 Critical Oral Cancer Facts

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At Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ, we want to see our patients at least twice a year for a checkup and cleaning. A checkup can give you real peace of mind, especially since every one we do includes an oral cancer screening. Lung and breast cancer get a lot of public attention, and…

5 Cavity Basics

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Preventing tooth decay is one of the main reasons people visit us at Rotem Dental Care in Toms River NJ. In this blog post, we’ll describe five things you should know about cavities. Cavities means tooth decay. They happen when certain bacteria produce acids that destroy a tooth’s hard surface, called enamel, and the underlying…