A Fast Way To Brighten Your Smile

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Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to improve your smile. It is quick, cost-effective, and non-invasive. Though some cosmetic dentistry patients experience short-term sensitivity, most experience no tooth whitening pain at all. If you have looked into teeth whitening systems, you probably already know the fundamentals. The one thing they have in common…

New Protein For Dental Implant Patients

Categories: Dental Implants
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Hundreds of Jackson dental implant recipients have replaced missing teeth with jaw-bone anchored tooth implants. Unlike a dental bridge, a tooth implant consists of a titanium post inserted into the jaw bone. The bone meshes with the post to create a strong base for the natural-looking prosthetic tooth and crown that attaches to the post.…

Be Glad Dr. Rotem Has X-Ray Vision

Categories: Oral Health
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It’s not extremely pleasant. You have to put on the heavy apron, hold a stiff piece of film in your mouth and sit really, really still while your dentist’s assistant takes x-rays. Is it really required? Absolutely! No question about it. Your dentist can’t see everything that is going on with your teeth, bone, and…

Peace Begins With A Smile

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Mother Theresa once said “Peace begins with a smile.” Perhaps that peace should start with the person who is smiling. How do you feel about your smile? Are you at peace with it? Are you proud to flash a wide, happy grin? Do you believe it is beautiful? Does it express your best self? Let’s…

3 Ways To Minimize Candy Intake At Parties

Categories: Oral Health
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1. Lock yourself in a closet. 2. Sew your mouth shut. 3. Wear a shock collar that’s sensitive to sugar particles. At Rotem Dental Care we understand how hard it is to avoid sweets altogether at Halloween and other sugar-filled holidays. We encourage both unfettered joy and healthy living for all of our Toms River…

Take 5: Straight Talk About Braces

Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry
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Having braces in Toms River uncovers unique concerns. Hello, I’m Dr. Ronen Rotem of Rotem Dental Care. I support healthy oral hygiene and regular, consistent check-ups. Hygiene for braces is a bit different. Here are five essential concerns to keep in mind with braces: 1. Be Careful What You Eat Sweets and extra food stuck…

Rotem Dental Care Treats Canker Sores, Lesions, And Fever Blisters

Categories: Oral Health
Rotem Dental Care Treats Cankers Sores Lesions and Fever Blisters

At Rotem Dental Care, one of the most common complaints we hear from Toms River dentistry patients is problems with mouth sores. There are many different kinds of oral lesions which can make eating and talking painful. Some are annoying yet harmless, while other sores are more serious and require medical intervention. Though not contagious,…

Gum Health Affects Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Categories: Gum Disease
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At Rotem Dental Care, we are concerned not only with the condition of your mouth, but also with how it impacts your complete physical health and general well-being. Today’s post looks at the connection between diabetes and oral health and may be of interest to Toms River residents with diabetes as well individuals who are…

The Dental Implant Solution

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Finding the right solution is always the best way to solve a problem.  People with oral health problems that have resulted in loose or missing teeth should look to the dental implant solution for permanent and secure tooth replacement. The Need for The Dental Implant Solution Whether you need a single tooth replacement or to…

The Heart Gum-Disease Connection

by G. Lee Ostler, DDS The evidence linking periodontitis to heart disease originated from a Finnish study in 1989 (27), which noted that patients who had heart attacks had more severe oral conditions including periodontal disease and tooth decay. Several studies since then have shown that pre-existing periodontal disease results in an increased risk for…