As New York City sees a decline in the number of COVID-19 cases, caution is still necessary in order to keep our community safe. It is important that you stay at home as much as possible. However, there are a number of necessary tasks that you should not hold back from taking care of. One of those tasks is visiting your dentist in Midtown. Let’s discuss why dental care is so important and why you can be confident that your local dental office is a safe environment.
Sadly, our great city has experienced one of the worst outbreaks of COVID-19 in the world. We are all looking forward to the time when life gets back to normal, and we are all doing our part to protect our fellow New Yorkers to the extent possible as we gradually reopen. Would you like to know some details about how your dentist in Midtown is helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19? Your safety, and that of our entire community, is our top concern!
Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, dentists and their team members had a fairly simple procedure for preparing to see patients. They would thoroughly wash their hands, don a fresh mask and gloves, and then get to work. Now, however, many additional steps are necessary to protect patients and dental team members from potential contamination. In this article, we discuss a portion of the dental safety protocol in Midtown that is helping to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. It only makes sense, then, that an entire month is dedicated to promoting heart health awareness! February is American Heart Month, so you may hear a lot of information about things you can do to protect this precious organ. For example, media campaigns might focus on promoting good dietary choices and regular exercise, both of which are essential. But there is another element that factors into heart health — your oral health. Let’s discuss how gum disease in Midtown East is related to heart disease, and how you can protect both your smile and your heart.
With the 2020 New Year upon us it is a great time to make some resolutions and improve ourselves. Why not make this year about caring for your oral health? There are many reasons why taking care of your teeth is a great resolution. The Drs. Boyd in Midtown East go over the top three.
Let’s face it, the dentist office is not the first place people tend to want to go. Most dental procedures are not painful but even just examining someone’s teeth can cause a level of anxiety. Dental fear and dental anxiety is a problem that faces as many as 20% of Americans. Unfortunately the problem often snowballs, the less people go (or never at all) the worse and more serious any potential problems will tend to be. This is why at Drs. Boyd we take every step to ensure that patients feel comfortable and we take away their anxiety. Here we will discuss what brings about dental phobia and how we can deal with it!
Generally speaking, a clean mouth is a healthy mouth. Keeping
your teeth and gums free of harmful bacteria prevents decay and helps you
maintain fresh breath. It can even play a role in preventing significant
overall health problems. Since October is National dental hygiene month, it is
the perfect time to pause to consider how you are doing at maintaining a clean
mouth. It may also be the ideal time for you to schedule a professional
cleaning and dental checkup in Midtown East. In this post, we’ll discuss the
importance of oral hygiene and how you and your dentist can work to keep your
smile clean, healthy, and beautiful.
Fitness has become such an important part of all of our
lives. We lift weights, take classes and
participate in all sorts of recreational sports. Lets face it, accidents happen but serious
injury to our teeth can be avoided with a custom mouth guard.
People want whiter and brighter smiles these days. We are all being bombarded with every facet
of teeth whitening product from over the counter whitening strips to activated
charcoal. Drs. Boyd wants to clear up
the confusion on bleaching teeth and answer our most common questions from