A Screening for Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Is Included in Every Dental Checkup

An effective oral hygiene routine represents an important first step in maintaining a healthy mouth in the long term. Having a dental exam and cleaning performed by a dentist twice per years is also essential for maintaining good oral health. Each of these outpatient appointments at Dr. Leo Eliezer’s dentist office is designed to remove bacterial deposits from your teeth,... read more »

SMOKING AND TOOTH LOSS – QUIT TO WIN

Every chance we get, the dental professionals at Jones Bridge Dental Care take the time to remind patients who use tobacco about its negative effects – increased risk of oral and other cancers, high blood pressure, and heart disease – things you usually associate with age. But tooth loss should never be associated with age… The Academy Of General Dentistry... read more »

I-CAT: THE LATEST DENTAL TECHNOLOGY

At Jones Bridge Dental Care, we invest in the latest dental technology so that we can create the best experience for our patients. Recently, that meant upgrading our x-ray capabilities in order to provide a better diagnostic tool with far lower radiation than the alternative. Our new award winning i-CAT® 3D imaging gives your dental care team direct access to... read more »

ABOUT ORAL CANCER

Oral cancer is the sixth most common cancer and has the worst five-year survival rate of all major cancers. Yet with early diagnosis it can be cured. This disease often goes unnoticed because it usually starts painlessly. But it can be observed and we dentists are in a unique front-line position to catch it early through painless oral cancer checkups... read more »

TEA & OTHER DELICIOUS DENTAL POWERHOUSES

Interest in natural herbs and plants is high these days, and while I do ask my patients at Jones Bridge Dental Care to let me know if they’re taking high-dosage supplements, I appreciate and enjoy that some simple everyday natural products have preventive dental health benefits of their own. For example, green tea has been shown to protect against oral... read more »