Blog 2017-10-25T22:50:47+00:00


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1104, 2018

Are Physical Exercises and Sports Drinks Bad For Your Teeth?

April 11th, 2018|Coastal Dental Group|

What Is actually bad for your teeth - physical exercises or sports drinks and sugar? Physicians and health researchers typically recommend that adults get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise per day for at least five days per week. These recommendations are designed for overall physical fitness, reducing the risk of obesity and promoting heart health. You might be [...]

603, 2018

Healthy Teeth Tips From Nutritionist Queens

March 6th, 2018|Coastal Dental Group|

While many people are aware that junk food and your teeth often lead to cavities, it is not as commonly known that a bad diet consisting of a lot of processed foods could be as detrimental as junk food and your teeth. In the early 1900s, Doctor Royal Lee, a dentist, wrote his doctoral thesis on the subject. Doctor Royal [...]

301, 2018

How frequently should I go to the dentist?

January 3rd, 2018|Coastal Dental Group|

With all of the running around we do on a daily basis, it can be very easy to forget the basics, like going to the dentist.  The American Dental Association recommends visiting the dentist twice per year.  Your teeth and mouth will be thoroughly evaluated by a dental professional, as a form of preventative care and cleaning.  Just like we [...]

711, 2017

How Do Dental Implants Work?

November 7th, 2017|Coastal Dental Group|

Dental implants are becoming increasingly popular for patients of all ages.  The dentists of Coastal Dental in New Jersey specialize in implant placement and making them look and feel as natural as possible.  One of the best characteristics of dental implants is that there is very little maintenance involved, both at home and at the dental office. What Is A [...]

2510, 2017

There Are Scarier People Than Dentists!

October 25th, 2017|Coastal Dental Group|

Have you ever heard of a white coat syndrome? Adults are very familiar with a phenomenon called white coat syndrome, otherwise known as the fear of doctors and being a patient in medical settings, especially in the dental chair. Dr Zicchino and his team creates a warm, inviting experience which eases the anxiety and uncertainty which could come along with [...]