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Thumb Sucking, Pacifiers, and Your Baby's Teeth

Sucking is a common instinct for babies and the use of a pacifier or their thumb offers a sense of safety and security, as well a way to relax. According to Read More

Aging and Dental Health

As you grow older, your mind may be preoccupied with the health of your bones, heart, or brain. However, our team at Eric Romano DDS will tell you that keeping Read More

Your Toddler’s First Dental Visit

It’s common for toddlers to be wary of strangers, but their first experience at the dentist shouldn’t be a scary one. the doctor and our team have five tips for Read More

Going Green for the New Year

Does your list of New Year’s resolutions for the coming months include reducing your ecological footprint? If so, let’s ring in the year with some basic—and some innovative—dental ideas to Read More

Take Steps to Stop Chronic Dry Mouth and Avoid Dental Disease

We all experience that unpleasant "cotton-mouth" feeling now and again. But what if it happens all the time? Chronic dry mouth is more than unpleasant—it could be a medical Read More

A Little Fluoride Goes a Long Way in Protecting Your Family's Teeth

A popular Sixties-era hair cream touted their product with the tagline, "A little dab'll do ya!" In other words, it didn't take much to make your hair look awesome. Something Read More

Unlike Brad Pitt, You Didn't Mean To Chip Your Tooth. We Can Still Fix It

It's not unusual for serious actors to go above and beyond for their roles. They gain weight (or lose it, like Matthew McConaughey for True Detective). They grow hair—or Read More

Curb Your Carb Consumption to Boost Your Defenses Against Gum Disease

You're doing the right things to avoid the return of gum disease: brushing and flossing every day, dental visits on a regular basis and watching for symptoms of another Read More

Address These Risk Factors to Prevent Tooth Decay

Put teeth in contact with acid from oral bacteria and you've created the conditions for tooth decay. Also known as caries, tooth decay is the most common human disease Read More

Maintain Your Dental Care During Pregnancy For You and Your Baby

Hearing the words, "You're going to have a baby," can change your life—as surely as the next nine months can too. Although an exciting time, pregnancy can be hectic Read More

Take It From Taylor Swift - Losing Your Orthodontic Retainer is No Fun

For nearly two decades, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has dominated the pop and country charts. In December she launched her ninth studio album, called evermore, and in January she delighted Read More

4 Things You Can Do to Foster Better Oral Health for a Person With Disabilities

According to the World Health Organization, more than 1 billion people around the world have a disability. That's one in eight individuals of all ages who may need assistance Read More

Implants Can Provide Effective Options for Total Tooth Replacement

Losing all your teeth can dramatically impact your life for the worst. Fortunately, we can give you your "teeth" back. The most common way, at least until a few Read More

Dental Hygiene and Care Critical During Cancer Treatment

After months or even years of radiation or chemotherapy, the words "cancer-free" is music to your ears. Your joy and relief, though, may be tempered by the toll these Read More

The Disappearing Tooth Gap - Michael Strahan Pulls an Epic April Fool's Prank

If you're a fan of former NFL player and current host of Good Morning America Michael Strahan, then you're well aware of his unique smile feature—a noticeable gap between Read More

3 Dental Problems That Could Be Causing Excessive Dental Wear

If you do the right things—keep your teeth clean, see the dentist regularly, and eat a "tooth-friendly" diet—you stand a good chance of having healthy teeth and gums later Read More

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