Dental Health Guide

Dental Health Guide

7 Ways to Prevent Bad Breath

Author: Dr Petra Snow

In Dentistry, studies show that about 85 percent of people with constant bad breath, also known as halitosis have some dental problem that is cause the bad breath des

If you suffer from chronic bad breath, you should visit your dentist first to rule out dental problems.

These tips can help prevent bad breath and keep your mouth healthy in day to day.

1. Prevent bad breath happens to visit your dentist. Visit your dentist regularly, Come checkups and cleanings. This is the best way to ensure that you maintain good oral hygiene. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Choose a Dentist?

Author: Dr Petra Snow

Choose a dentist that is right for you and your family is an important decision that can take a little while, plus a little research on your part.

When looking for a dentist, the dental clinic or consultation, is also something that should be considered in your search. Use this checklist to help you remember what needs to be considered in the search for your next dentist.

A specialist implantologist, orthodontist. . . have a dentist for each specialty. Have different views.

Do not be misled by prices, professional look. The dentist must be a person you relax, you enjoy talking with and feel comfortable, that security. Read the rest of this entry »

Dental Care for Adults

Author: Dr Petra Snow

Many adults neglect the health of your teeth and do not give your teeth the care they deserve. Practicing good dental hygiene is easy to perform and should only spend a few minutes a day. Good dental hygiene can prevent tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath. In order to take care of your teeth every day, there are several things you can do.

For the health of your teeth, you will need items such as: fluoride toothpaste, floss, mouthwash.

You should brush your teeth at least twice a day. Use a toothpaste that contains fluoride ingredients, because the fluoride helps prevent cavities. In the morning if or if you should make sure and brush your teeth after every meal (as you prefer). Do not forget that you should brush the front and back of all your teeth, and try to use a toothbrush large and medium soft bristles. Read the rest of this entry »

When Should Dental Care Begin?

Author: Dr Petra Snow

Most pediatric dentists will agree that regular dental care should begin by one year of age, with a dental checkup twice a year for most children. Some children may need more frequent evaluations and care. This is a recommendation, but always check with your dentist will know better what is desirable:

From birth to six months:

-> Clean the infant’s mouth with gauze after feedings and at bedtime.

-> See your child’s pediatrician regarding the use of fluoride supplements.

-> Regulate feeding habits (bottle feeding and breastfeeding). Read the rest of this entry »

Good Oral Hygiene

Author: Dr Petra Snow

The main reason oral hygiene is to prevent the growth of plaque, the sticky film of bacteria that forms on teeth. Bacterial plaque accumulated on teeth due to poor oral hygiene is the major cause of dental problems.

Poor oral hygiene allows the accumulation of acid-producing bacteria on the surface of the teeth. The acid demineralization of the tooth enamel causing tooth decay and tooth sensitivity often. The plaque can also invade and infect the gums, causing gum disease and periodontitis. In both cases, the end result of poor oral hygiene is the loss of one or more teeth. You should not wait until the loss of a tooth to understand the importance of oral hygiene and preventive treatment. Read the rest of this entry »

Tips for Maintaining Good Oral Health

Author: Dr Petra Snow

Importance of oral hygieneOral hygiene is a very important aspect in our daily lives, it enjoy a clean healthy teeth and improves our attitude and self-esteem, giving us absolute safety when eating our food, to smile and to communicate with others, also involved in disease prevention paramount. Our mouth is the gateway to microorganisms, reaching microbiotic strains have thousands waiting to disease, the humidity and temperature of the mouth makes this an ideal medium for the reproduction of bacteria and feed on the fermentation of food debris left in your mouth, being the only means of prevention, have a good oral hygiene.

The bacteria are transmitted through saliva, being easy to spread, for example, by blowing the foods our children eat, to eat and drink from the same glass covered and others, kissing, among others. Maintaining good oral hygiene will prevent the accumulation of microbial plaque and thus avoid the growth of bacteria and the development of diseases such as gingivitis, periodontal disease to dental caries, diseases of the digestive tract (gastritis, stomach ulcers), chronic heart, and if released into the bloodstream could be responsible for you to suffer a stroke or blood clots, which could lead to serious health problems. Read the rest of this entry »

Info About Dr. Domenick Coletti

Author: admin

Dr. Domenick Coletti is a licensed dentist who can practice dentistry in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Florida. Dr. Domenick Coletti specialty is dentistry as well as oral and Maxillofacial surgery.

One of the doctor’s specialties is facial trauma operation. He sits down with patients and advises them about what causes facial trauma and how facial trauma can be treated. He has extensive knowledge about facial trauma and he has also received training in microvascular free tissue transfer He can help patients who have suffered from injuries that involve the teeth as well as other surrounding dental structures.

Dr. Coletti took her undergraduate education at SUNY at Stony Brook in New York, where she studied from 1986-1987. From 1987 to 1990, he studied for a B.S. in Biology at Long Island University. He then attended the Virginia Commonwealth University from 1992 to 1993. Dr. Coletti also did graduate studies as well as post-graduate studies.

Dr. Domenick Coletti also holds or has held many certificates. He holds a basic life support certificate, an advance cardiac life support certificate as well as a Northeast Regional Board of Dental Examiners’ certificate and a Southeast Regional Board of Dental Examiners. These certificates were obtained in 1996 and 1997. From 2002 to 2006, he has acquired a certificate in advanced traumatic life support and a certificate certifying him as a Diplomate on the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Not only has he acquired many certificates, but he has kept his licenses to practice dentistry up to date.

The doctor has a very impressive employment history. He has worked as an attending surgeon at the Howard County General Hospital, in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery. He has been the attending surgeon there since 2009.

He has also worked as the chief of Maxillofacial trauma in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He worked there from 2006 to 2007.

He worked at the Mount Nittany Hospital, where he was the attending surgeon from 2005 to 2009.

The above places are just some of the places the doctor has worked for or currently works for.

Dr. Coletti is a highly skilled professional who has many years of experience in his field. If anybody has any questions about facial trauma, then they can ask Dr. Coletti, as he knows a great deal about facial trauma and knows the best treatment options available.