Blog

Apr
17 2018

Fighting Back Against Oral Cancer

I KNOW, ORAL CANCER IS A SUBJECT we’d all prefer not to have to think about! But it is critical to have a rudimentary understanding of risk factors and symptoms. More than 50,000 people in the U.S. were diagnosed with oral cancer last year alone, and that number is expected to rise. That’s why, in honor of Oral Cancer Awar... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on April 17, 2018

Mar
29 2018

Spring Is in The Air

SPRING IS IN THE AIR… and that brings along seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies have an affect on millions of people every year, but did you know that they can also affect oral health? Why Do We Get Seasonal Allergies? There are plenty of allergens that can make us sneeze year round, such as dust and pet dander, seasona... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on March 29, 2018

Mar
6 2018

The Food We Eat

THE FOOD WE EAT provides our bodies with the building blocks to maintain healthy cells, tissues, and organs and the energy to work, learn, and do the activities we love. It is crucial that we eat enough food (and preferably the right kinds) in order to keep everything working properly, which is why eating disorders are such a ... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on March 6, 2018

Feb
20 2018

Why Choose ADA Member Dentist?

YOUR SMILE IS AN expression of who you are. It’s how we all greet a friend, celebrate life’s joyful moments, and make someone’s day a little brighter. We know how important your smile is to you and those around you. That’s why Dr. Steven Davidowitz is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), so we can always ... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on February 20, 2018

Feb
14 2018

Why Straighten Teeth with Invisalign Clear Aligners?

To many it may seem like the benefits of having straighter teeth are purely cosmetic in nature. And those cosmetic benefits certainly do exist! Studies have shown that people tend to perceive someone with straight aligned teeth as wealthier, happier, and more dateable than someone with crooked teeth. But there are plenty of ot... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on February 14, 2018

Jan
22 2018

Preparing your smile for the big day

YOU’VE DREAMED OF THIS day your whole life. You have the ring and the fiancé, the planning is going well, and you’re down to the last few details. Bridals are coming up, and then the wedding itself. You realize there’s something you need to do before you have hundreds of pictures taken of you: perfect your smile! White... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on January 22, 2018

Jan
10 2018

Women’s Oral Health

Men and woman share many qualities and health trends but there are quite a few differences when it comes to oral health. Though women have some oral health advantages that men lack, there are also some disadvantages that woman have whereas men don’t have to worry about. Let’s take a look at the main ones. TMJ and Sjögren... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on January 10, 2018

Jan
3 2018

What is your Oral Health’s Most Valuable player?

SALIVA IS SUCH an ordinary thing that you probably haven’t given it much thought, but it’s actually super important to the healthy function of our mouths. The best analogy I can think of is saliva to the mouth is as important as oil is to a working car engine. Saliva is an essential component of our ability to eat, taste ... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on January 3, 2018

Dec
26 2017

When Should I See the Dentist?

BECAUSE PREVENTION IS such a major part of good dental care, it’s critical to visit the dentist for regular checkups. In most cases, two regular dental cleanings a year will be all you need, but not always. So what are the signs that you shouldn’t wait until your next scheduled appointment to come back? For this blog post,... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on December 26, 2017

Dec
12 2017

Soda Versus Our Teeth

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD of “Mountain Dew Mouth”? This phenomenon is what happens to our teeth when we drink too much soda. The term actually comes from rural Appalachia, where that particular brand of drink has long been the carbonated beverage of choice and tooth decay is alarmingly rampant. But this doesn’t just happen in ... Read More >>

Posted by Dr. Steven Davidowitz on December 12, 2017