1. The Relationship between Oral Health and Your Total Health

    In today’s environment, people are more conscious of taking care of themselves. While there are many things we cannot control, there are ways you can empower yourself and your family to stay healthy. Instead of jumping on the latest trend, it is important to follow proven practices that support your entire mouth and body. Dr. Kirakosan at New Look Dental recognizes that oral health and general h…Read More

  2. Preventive Family Dentistry & Children’s Dental Care

    Our goal at New Look Dental is to provide the most thorough preventive dentistry possible for everyone in your family. We pride ourselves on staying current with the latest information regarding oral health and using the most advanced tools and techniques for preventative gum and tooth health. What Is Preventive Dentistry? Educating and sharing information with our patients about the best ways to …Read More

  3. All About Saliva

    Ever wonder how much saliva your mouth makes every day? We’ve got the answers to that question and so much more! How Much Saliva is Normal? Every day your mouth makes two to four pints of saliva. That equates to about four to eight cups, or 32 to 64 oz.  To better illustrate, think two to four standard water bottles. That may sound like a lot, but when you know more about this vital body fluid,…Read More

  4. 2020 Resolutions and Your Smile!

    When making (and sticking to!) resolutions, your oral health is likely not top on your list. But, you will be surprised at these commitments can positively impact your smile. Lose Weight We recommend getting the go ahead from your doctor before starting a new diet or exercise regimen, but in general, both will benefit the body and mind, no matter how you slice it. Whether you decide to start a who…Read More

  5. What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer

    Oral cancer is a potentially fatal disease that can affect more than just the mouth. Read on to understand what it is, the symptoms, causes, and how to prevent and treat it. Oral Cancer Defined Oral cancer occurs when there is irregular cell division or growth that spreads to and damages surrounding areas. It encompasses cancers of the cheeks, floor or roof of the mouth, tongue, hard and soft pala…Read More

  6. Laser Dentistry

    With the advent of laser dentistry in 1994, lasers are a positive treatment advancement to traditional dental procedures. What is Laser Dentistry? Laser dentistry harnesses energy into highly concentrated rays of light to treat a wide range of dental concerns. These lasers can be used to heat, cut or vaporize soft tissue. Lasers used in dentistry are different than those used for aesthetic treatme…Read More

  7. All About Gum Disease – Facts, Prevention and Care

    Since we were kids, for healthy teeth and gums we were taught to avoid sugar-laden foods, brush and floss daily and get regular dental cleanings. Interestingly, it isn’t sugar that causes cavities, but the acid produced by bacteria feeding on sugar and other carbohydrates that lead to decay. Most of us regularly brush, as we well understand the risk of tooth decay. However, many of us indulge in…Read More