Dental Tips

  • Veneers and Cosmetic Dentistry

    Sometimes choosing the best cosmetic dental treatment may seem a little overwhelming.  In many cases, a combination of different treatments is an effective way to transform the appearance of your entire smile. Dental Veneers in Westfield, New Jersey Porcelain veneers provide one of the most dramatic effects when it comes to making over your smile. […]

  • Foods That Are Good For Dental Health

    We often talk about the foods that increase a person’s rate for developing tooth decay. Candy, soda, juice or sports drinks may come to mind. But what about foods that decrease a person’s risk for tooth decay? Those exist as well, even if they don’t get as much attention. Many foods naturally help promote healthier […]

  • Tooth Fairy Tooth Price Index

    Every year a large dental insurance company takes a poll of parents to track the amount the Tooth Fairy leaves for a baby’s tooth.  More than 1,200 primary caregivers are polled with a sample designed to yield a cross-section of the United States.  As you can see, the poll illustrates that the Tooth Fairy is […]

  • Scientists Finally Discover How Fluoride Works

    On May 1, 2013, dental scientists finally figured out exactly how fluoride works.  Fluoride reduces the need for dental work by reducing the ability of decay-causing bacteria to stick to teeth, so it is more easily washed away by swallowing or brushing.   See

  • Parkview Dental’s Recommended Dental Products Are On Pinterest!

    We will be putting together a list of our reviewed dental products on Pinterest.

  • Use it or Lose it – Maximize Your Insurance Benefits

    As we prepare for the holidays and start readying ourselves for 2018 it is important to remember that your dental insurance benefits will reset as of January 1st. If you have any dental treatment that has been planned or any procedures you would like to complete and you have dental benefits remaining, call or email […]

  • Stop Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a variety of reasons. When gums no longer cover the root of the tooth the way they were designed to, sensitivity can occur and tooth stability can be compromised. The porous roots of teeth are normally covered by gums, and are especially sensitive to temperature and touch, as the nerve endings […]

  • Floss With Water

    Using oral irrigators and water flossers such as Waterpik products can help clean even more efficiently than traditional floss.¹ Because they are easy to use, they also help patients clean around devices like braces, bridges or who have dexterity problems. Water flossers work by delivering a steady stream of water, which flushes away plaque biofilm. […]