Dental Health Education Marielaina Perrone DDS
Dental Health Education From Marielaina Perrone DDS
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    February is national children’s dental health month. In celebration of kids all over below you will find some helpful tips to keep your children’s smile healthy and bright for a lifetime. Helpful Pediatric Dental Hygiene Tips –Watch What They Drink! – While fruit juice can be a very healthy alternative to energy drinks, soda, and
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    In the age of instagram and selfie’s people are always looking for an edge to look better. Cosmetic dentistry offers many options to achieve a whiter, brighter smile. These can include teeth whitening, orthodontics, porcelain crowns, and especially porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers can give you the smile you always dreamed about with minimal preparation and
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    To Floss Or Not To Floss, the age old question. Flossing is necessary to maintain optimal dental health. Flossing at least once a day helps remove the sticky layer (plaque) that develops along our gum line and between teeth. This plaque when allowed to build up will eventually irritate your gum tissues and give bacteria
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    Maintaining good dental hygiene is important for keeping a healthy smile. Keeping good habits is essential for this but keeping bad habits can ruin your hard work. Below are the top 5 bad habits destroying your smile. Top 5 Bad Dental Habits Not Flossing Regularly. Flossing at least once a day is critical to overall
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    Liver cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the cells of your liver. Our liver is an organ that is about the size of a football. Your liver is located in the upper right portion of your abdomen. Your liver sits just beneath your diaphragm and above your stomach. Liver cancer is actually
  • by Marielaina Perrone DDS
    Losing our baby teeth is an important milestone in any child’s development. Teeth are an integral part of our development whether we realize it or not. Our teeth are needed not only for chewing but also for speaking. They are also necessary for the growth and development of our face and jaws. They are also

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