Improving Your Oral Health Care in Your Twilight Years

It’s never too late to begin taking the steps necessary to have a healthy, happy smile that everyone can enjoy. The older we get, the more our teeth age as well, so it is important to show them even more attention and care than you did when you were younger. If you are looking to improve your health care in... read more »

When a Filling Falls Out, the Tooth Might Need a Dental Crown

Fillings are typically used to repair modest-sized cavities. While they are designed to last for a long time, no filling is impervious to the passage of time. Sometimes when a filling falls out of place, there simply isn’t enough healthy tooth enamel remaining in the area to safely secure a new filling. In a situation like this, your dentist, Dr.... read more »

Insights on the Materials That Might Be Used to Craft Your Crown

A dental crown in Madison, New Jersey, can be used to play any number of roles in restoring a badly decayed or damaged tooth. At the same time, a crown can also be used to restore a tooth that has become unappealing. The material your dentist, Dr. Dennis Coyle, recommends will depend on several factors, including the tooth’s location, its... read more »

You Can Have Multiple Missing Teeth Replaced by a Partial Denture

If something like a blow to the face has knocked out multiple teeth in one part of your mouth, or if you’ve had several teeth lost to severe decay, it can compromise the function and appearance of your smile. One effective way to address a problem like this without the use of invasive procedures is to have Dr. Dennis Coyle... read more »

How to Get Rid of Bad Breath

No one likes bad breath, but unfortunately, it can, at times, become a chronic condition. Our team here at Coyle Dentistry in Madison, New Jersey has some advice for you on what you do to ward off bad breath and feel more comfortable in social settings again. Always brush One of the leading causes of bad breath that doesn’t go... read more »

What to Do when a Crown Falls Out

When Dr. Dennis Coyle cemented your crown into your mouth with was intended to fully restore the function and appearance of that tooth for a long time to come. Unfortunately, there are times when a blow to the face, or complications resulting from chronic gum disease can compromise the cement or the abutment within. When this happens it is possible... read more »

A Tongue-Stabilizing Snore Guard Helps Denture Wearers with Sleep Apnea

The National Sleep Foundation estimates that over 18 million adults struggle with some degree of sleep apnea. Breathing interruption and snoring lead to sleep disruption and other potential medical complications. Research and treatment strategies for sleep apnea continue to grow and there are now several different treatment options available. It’s best to have your sleep apnea accurately diagnosed. People with... read more »

An Exposed Abutment Is a Serious Cause for Concern

A replacement crown is secured in place using a strong dental cement that is designed to hold the crown in place for a very long time. Unfortunately, there are times when the pervasive presence of bacteria in your mouth can compromise this cement and cause the crown to fall out. If you notice the abutment, or a small post-like structure,... read more »