Ardmore Dentistry Blog
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St. Patrick's Day is the holiday that gives adults the much-needed excuse to drink green beer and Jameson. Parades pop up across the country and green-beaded necklaces featuring shamrocks are thrown from paper-máche floats featuring Celtic dancers. The day after is often filled with headaches, regrets...Read More
The demand for advanced teeth whitening remains high, both for in-office procedures and over-the-counter teeth whitening products. Consumers want affordability, simplicity, safety and effectiveness. But with so many teeth whitening options available, it can be tough to know which is best for you.
Ardmore teeth whitening is available at The...Read More
Losing your teeth impacts every aspect of your life. You become self-conscious when you have to speak, and refrain from smiling or laughing. Your diet has to change to avoid tough and crunchy foods. Luckily for our Newtown Square and Ardmore patients, advancing technology in dental implants allows the opportunity to have a mouth full of functional teeth...Read More
Porcelain veneers are a very popular cosmetic dentistry option because they can correct the appearance of multiple dental flaws in just two office visits. If you are a good candidate, Ardmore porcelain veneers can give you the beautiful smile you have always wanted. If not, Dr. Jeffrey A. Bellisario of Ardmore Dentistry can recommend the best alternatives for you.
Basic Requirements for Porcelain Veneers
In order to be able to successfully receive Ardmore porcelain veneers, the following must apply to you:
- You are in good dental health
- You have sufficient...
If you are missing one or more teeth, you may think that something such as a dental implant or bridge are the only route, leaving you without a tooth over the course of treatment. What many patients don't realize is that it is now possible to get teeth the same day.
This implant-supported replacement option is an effective and efficient restoration without a drawn out process. If you are in need of a tooth replacement and would like to learn about teeth in the same day, contact Ardmore cosmetic dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario, by calling to schedule your consultation.
Treatment with...Read More
Porcelain veneers can reinvent your smile, giving you a new found confidence that you may not have had before. Often used for aesthetic purposes to help patients achieve the smile of their dreams, veneers may also be used to fix a number of smile imperfections as well. If you are interested in learning more about our Ardmore veneers and whether they would be a good fit for you, contact The Office of Dr. Bellisario at 610-642-7024 to schedule your consultation.
As with many cosmetic procedures, there seem to be a few misconceptions floating around...Read More
Toothbrushes: They’re so ubiquitous that you might not even stop to think about them. But the truth is, your choice of toothbrush can have a major impact on your oral health. If you’ve always blindly reached for the cheapest or most colorful toothbrush on the shelf, it’s time to learn how a more informed selection can improve your teeth and gums.
Newtown Square general dentist Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario recommends that patients select a soft-bristled brush. Why? Because hard-bristled brushes can actually damage your mouth!
Hard-bristled brushes are more abrasive...Read More
Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic service we offer in our Ardmore office. Everyone wants a bright, beautiful white smile, and today’s teeth whitening products and services are more effective and affordable than ever before. We offer both take-home and in-office whitening services, and we’re confident that one of them will suit your needs. To learn more, please contact The Office of Dr. Bellisario today at 610-642-7024 to schedule a teeth whitening consultation.
Our teeth naturally lose their luster as we age, and thanks to genetics, some of us experience this more rapidly than...Read More
Bad breath, or halitosis, is an embarrassing problem for millions of Americans. Finding the cause and eliminating the problem can be a challenge, though. Our Newtown Square family dentist knows that most causes do start in the mouth and can be treated.
Causes of Bad Breath
Here are some of the common causes of bad breath:
- Food: as food breaks down in your mouth, particles can increase bacteria and cause an odor. Some foods have an odor all their own that can offend, including onions and garlic.
- Tobacco: Both smoking and using...