Health in Bordentown, NJ

The gums protect the roots of the teeth. In some patients, a part of the gum gradually wears away, exposing the root of the tooth. This problem is called gingival recession or receding gums. Sometimes, the only way to correct the situation is to do a gum graft, also known as a gingival graft.

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Here is a list of 7 effective ways to naturally whiten your teeth. They include natural home remedies and eating certain foods.

Periodontal disease (gum disease) describes a condition when gums or gingiva tissue becomes unhealthy. There are many factors contributing to this infection, and studies show more than 75 percent of...

If you've been diagnosed with periodontal disease, the good news is that it often can be treated successfully.

You don't need to skip the wine to be healthy. From increased longevity to reduced risk of heart disease, here are the 10 health benefits of wine.

The late Baseball Hall of Famer Casey Stengel once said, “The trick is growing up without growing old.” If you’re over the age of 65 (which roughly 13 percent of the United States population is), you’ve likely pondered this same notion at least once in your life as newly released information published by PLOS One [...]

Learn about tooth growth and development. Find out how baby teeth transform into permanent healthy teeth.

A full-scale emergency exercise was held on Saturday, May 6, and simulated a plane crash.

Conflicting claims, testimonials and hype by so-called "experts" can confuse even the most informed consumers when it comes to weight loss.

Tooth decay isn't something to brush off: It's actually the most common childhood disease. Save your kid's smile with these healthy habits.

A tremendous amount of literature supports the correlations between gingivitis and/or periodontitis and systemic health. Reports and research continue to find correlations between inflammation of the oral cavity and other inflammatory disease processes, especially cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Educating patients about these links and encouraging oral health awareness has always been a challenge. Dr. Michael Scialabba talks about how salivary testing along with personalized custom periodontal…

Open enrollment begins next week. Here's what you need to know--from dates of enrollment to the types of things covered on the health exchange and more.

It's possible to eat your way to a cleaner mouth. When you don't have a toothbrush handy, try these everyday foods to maintain your oral hygiene.

We love to demonize the time we take for ourselves and call it selfish, a luxury and classify it as anything but necessary. I’m here to debunk that misco...