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Dental Facts on Dental Crowns

  If you are looking to enhance your oral health, it is important to make sure you are receiving the necessary treatments and cleanings to keep a smile in good shape. This includes not only keeping your teeth clean and free of harmful acids and debris but also to minimize the risk of oral accidents and injuries that can occur.... read more »

Dental Advice on Tooth Hazard Warning Signs

  Never assume your smile is safe regardless of what oral health care preventive measures you may be taking. Even if you clean your gums on a daily basis and your oral health is immaculate, a single tooth hazard can destroy your smile in seconds. Thus, it is important to always be aware of all risks around you and use... read more »

Tips on Protecting Your Holiday Smile

Are you interested in having a top-notch holiday smile? If so, then our dentist, Dr. Matthew Scaffa, has some helpful tips for you! Unfortunately, there are many things that can harm your smile and even alter your oral health, which is why it’s important to protect your smile in all you do. The tips our dentist would like to share... read more »

Flossing with Waxed of Unwaxed Floss

Are you wondering which floss to choose? If so, you have come to the right place! Here at Dental Art Concepts PLLC in Staten Island, New York, our team is always happy to help you with any of your oral health questions and needs, which is why we are happy to explain to you the different kinds of floss to... read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Invisalign®

Thanks to modern science and the increasing desire for better aesthetics with our smiles, a clear form of Invisalign® is available to straighten your teeth without any metal at all. Invisalign can give you the smile you desire without the stigma that comes with “metal-mouth.” Straighten your teeth with clear orthodontic aligners. Listed below are some frequently asked questions about... read more »

Fluoride: Nature’s Cavity-Fighter

They call fluoride nature’s cavity fighter because it is a naturally occurring mineral that can strengthen and protect tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the thin layer on the surface of your teeth the protects them from harm caused by harmful acids. Listed below are a few important facts about fluoride: - Fluoride can be found in naturally-occurring water all over... read more »