Holistic vs Integrative Dentistry

Holistic vs Integrative Dentistry

Although the terms holistic dentistry and integrative dentistry have some overlap, these terms are not interchangeable. They have distinct differences that are important to keep in mind when searching for a dentist that is right for you. Holistic Dentistry To start, holistic dentistry focuses on healing the overall person, rather than just treating the symptoms…

Is Holistic Dentistry For You?

Is Holistic Dentistry For You?

Many of our patients come to us because they are looking for dental care that gets to the bottom of longstanding dental problems. They’ve been searching for help for years, and are looking for a different approach than others they’ve tried. Many current dental therapies offer a “quick fix” solution.” They treat the symptoms but…

Is It Time To Whiten Your Teeth?

Is It Time To Whiten Your Teeth?

Everyone wants an attractive smile, but it can be hard to keep your teeth looking great if you love coffee, red wine, or other beverages that stain them. Other culprits that stain the teeth include tea, berries, juices, soda, energy and sports drinks, dark-colored sauces like tomato and soy sauce, sweets and tobacco products. The…

The Book Lover’s Dentist

The Book Lover’s Dentist

When you walk into our office, you’ll notice that it differs from many dentist’s waiting rooms. We like to think of it as a sanctuary for curious minds. Many of our patients enjoy browsing through the books Dr. Memoli has curated from his personal collection. In addition to books and periodicals on dentistry, our collection…

Escaping the Daily Grind

Escaping the Daily Grind

Have you ever woken up in the morning with a stiff and achy jaw? You may be suffering from bruxism, otherwise known as tooth clenching, along with an estimated 1 in 10 people that also grind their teeth in the night. Bruxism is a condition that is characterized by the unconscious grinding or clenching of…

Faq Childhood Dental Problems And Pediatric Dentistry

The prevalence of pediatric tooth decay—sometimes, aggressive decay—is rising, even among children who have nutritious diets that are low on sugar. Research points toward systemic problems, caused by factors such as radiation exposure, hormonal abnormalities, reaction to foreign proteins in foods, and/or improper mineralization (hypomineralization). Hypomineralization, caused primarily by an insufficient quantity of minerals in…