Ardmore Dentistry Blog
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Delaying dental care can threaten both your oral and general health. Seemingly small problems like a cracked filling or minor toothache can worsen dramatically if left untreated, and even routine cleanings and exams are crucial to your overall wellbeing. Gum disease is linked to diabetes, heart disease, and many more general health risks.
During the ongoing pandemic, it’s important to seek the vital...Read More
Daily flossing is an essential component of any oral hygiene routine, and that remains true even if you have a dental bridge. However, this type of restoration may require you to change your flossing approach.
Experienced cosmetic dentist Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario has helped patients achieve strong, healthy, beautiful smiles with dental bridges for decades. Whether you choose a bridge,...Read More
Dental crowns are versatile restorations that can be used to protect weak or damaged teeth, or to serve as a replacement tooth as part of a dental implant or dental bridge. At The Office of Dr. Bellisario, we proudly offer custom-tailored dental crowns made from dental porcelain. Not only are porcelain crowns remarkably durable, they can be matched to the precise color of your...Read More
Young professionals are at a critical juncture in their careers. Making good impressions with more senior level colleagues can significantly impact future opportunities that become available. It can be hard to appear intelligent, poised, friendly and confident – all attributes which will help you make a good impression – when you are self-conscious about your smile.
If you’re hesitant to smile due to crooked teeth, Invisalign may be an excellent option for you. Unlike traditional braces which are unsightly and may come off as adolescent or unprofessional, Invisalign provides a discreet orthodontic...Read More
Dental implants are intended to provide a permanent replacement for your missing teeth. However, there are certain instances where your implant may require replacement over time. Fortunately, with proper care, you should expect that your dental implants may last 25 years or longer.
The reason why dental implants provide such long-lasting results is because they are the only solution that replaces the missing root along with your...Read More
Porcelain veneers are a versatile cosmetic dentistry restoration that can address a wide range of aesthetic imperfections with your smile. These thin shells of dental porcelain are bonded to the front surface of your teeth to provide a more attractive appearance.
When properly cared for, your porcelain veneers can last a long time and help you maintain a beautiful smile....Read More
If you’re considering dental implants to replace a missing tooth, it’s important to understand that you’re committing to a lengthy process. It can take between six to eight months for the dental implant process to be completed.
While this is a long time to wait for your final restoration, the benefits of dental implants make committing this time worthwhile. It is by far the most effective tooth replacement solution available, replacing both your missing tooth and root. As a result, dental implants provide a permanent replacement that restores the full functionality of your tooth.
Maintaining great oral health is more important than you might think. Existing research shows a relationship between gum disease and other serious health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and strokes. Now, a new study has emerged with additional evidence to support the link between periodontitis and an incurable, progressive disease: Alzheimer’s.
What is Periodontal Disease?
Periodontal disease is an infection that...Read More
Dr. Bellisario is proud to announce that Dr. Robert Dollfus has recently joined our team. You may recognize Dr. Dollfus when you see him. He worked with Dr. Bellisario before and during his time in dental school, so he is already familiar with our practice and is a great fit with our philosophy of delivering exceptional patient care.
Dr. Dollfus’ passion for dentistry was fueled by his experience receiving orthodontic treatment when he was a child....Read More