The Little Things That Can Help Your Smile

Did you know there are little things you can do other than keep up with oral hygiene and your regular dental checkups that can help you have a strong and healthy smile? Well, it’s true. You should do these things so you can have the top-notch oral health you deserve. Our dentists,  Dr. Nhat Nguyen and Dr. Maria Sese, are... read more »

Replenish Your Smile with Dental Erosion and Cavity Prevention

If you are looking to improve oral health through lifestyle changes, and it’s important to determine which inadequacies you currently have. If there are any particular oral health ailments that you constantly find yourself being extra vulnerable to, they should be the primary focus. This can include cavities. If you are suffering from cavities, it is important to how to... read more »

Dental Hygiene 101: Flossing

To help prevent tooth decay and other oral emergencies, it is vital that you remove the plaque from your teeth. But brushing can’t do the job properly on its own. It is vital that you floss your teeth as well as brush, to remove the plaque and debris from all areas of your mouth. This includes places that your brush... read more »

Tips on Caring for Your Smile During Hockey Season

If you play hockey, whether it’s in a city league, high school league, or competitive league, you need to care for your smile as you practice and play. This is very important because if you don’t, your smile can reap the consequences, especially because hockey is very high in contact. So, please take care of your smile as much as... read more »

Oral Health Care Hazards: Mouth Jewelry

If you want your smile to be at its healthiest, exercise caution with all potential hazards associated with your lifestyle. Just as with the products you consume and ingest, the habits you keep on the external layer of your body may also affect your health. For example, the use of mouth jewelry is linked to numerous oral health disorders and... read more »

How Do I Stop My Overeating Habits?

Are you one who tends to overeat, even when the holidays have come and gone? If so, you need to be careful. Overeating not only affects your physical health, but it also affects your smile. This is because overeating usually means your teeth are exposed to food for long periods of time. If the foods are sugary and acidic, the... read more »

How to Get Rid of Tooth Stains

Are you tired of your dull, yellow teeth? If so, you’re probably wondering how to remove your tooth stains and achieve a whiter and brighter smile. Well, our dentist, Dr. Maria Sese, is more than happy to help you by telling you how you can get rid of tooth stains and achieve your smile goals. The first thing you can... read more »

The Oral Health Care Guidebook to Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you ready for the smile makeover of a lifetime? With the help of cosmetic dentistry, our team can give you the beautiful smile you have always wanted. Today we have some dental options for you to consider if you have smile imperfections to restore to health and beauty. Let's take a look at the following treatments we offer at East Coast Family... read more »

Bruxism and Your Smile

Have you ever had an oral exam to look for bruxism? If you weren’t aware, bruxism is a condition often caused unconsciously involving the grinding of one’s teeth, often to the detriment of their oral health. Bruxism can also disturb your sleep habits, which can cause an increase in exhaustion and a sense of always being tired due to a... read more »

Keep Your Smile in Tip-Top Shape by Selecting the Proper Toothpaste

Did you know toothpaste is essential for an effective oral hygiene routine? Well, it’s true! That's why it’s important to select the best toothpaste for your teeth and gums to help you reach your smile goals. However, that might be a bit difficult because there are toothpaste brands that claim they are beneficial when they are not. So, to help... read more »