Thursday, October 17, 2013

Browse These Links To Be Informed About Your Oral Care

At Alina Bergan D.D.S, we’re invested in giving you the best oral care possible. Click these links for advice on maintaining great oral health between dental visits. When you need dental care, from preventative cleanings to cosmetic dentistry, you can trust our family dentist. Make an appointment at our Cedarhurst office  today by calling (800) 223-0801.

·         If you want whiter teeth, avoid these teeth-staining foods, as reported by Everyday Health.
·         This article explains the importance of brushing after eating acidic foods.
·         Is your oral hygiene routine up to snuff? Get tips from the Mayo Clinic on making sure you’re brushing and flossing the right way.

·         Find out how to choose the best toothbrush with this advice from Colgate.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

More Dental Health Information

Dental work is serious business that can have a long-term impact on your health and your appearance. For this reason, you should always choose a reputable dentist whom you can trust. After researching dental veneers and root canal treatment in these helpful resources, call Dr. Alina Bergan D.D.S. at (800) 223-0801 if you are looking for general or cosmetic dental services in the 5 Towns Area.

·         For a reader-friendly overview of the root canal treatment process, explore this guide at
·         Learn about the importance of dental pulp removal in the root canal process at
·         Check out this American Dental Association publication for some considerations to make whenchoosing porcelain veneers.
·         For information about the pain that some patients experience during and after a root canal procedure, visit
·         Find out even more about root canals in this New York Times health guide.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Understand the Internal Structure of Your Teeth

There is much more to your teeth than meets the eye. When you smile, you actually reveal only the very top part of each tooth—what dentists call the crown.
As you will learn in this video, your teeth are covered in hard, shiny enamel, which is the hardest substance in the body. The middle of each tooth is filled with blood vessels and nerve tissue called pulp, which keeps your teeth alive. Every tooth is held in place in the jawbone by a periodontal ligament. For more information on your dental anatomy, be sure to watch this clip.

Having a basic understanding of the internal structure of teeth can help you work with your dentist to maintain the best dental health. If you live in the 5 Towns  area, consider Dr. Alina Bergan D.D.S. for your family’s dental eeds. For more information, call our office at (800) 223-0801