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As dental healthcare providers during a pandemic and following the recommendation of the American Dental Association, we will continue to see patients on an emergency and case-by-case basis if you are not showing symptoms such as fever, persistent coughing, or...read more
Why Is Oral Health So Important!
Why your oral hygiene routine is so important? Taking good care of your teeth and gums can help keep your whole body in a healthy state and reduce your risk of many serious health problems that can start in the mouth. Because your oral health is connected to your...read more
Periodontitis and Your Body’s Health
Dr. Reitano understands the importance of practicing good oral health and encourages patients to take good care of their teeth and gums in addition to making regular visits to the dentist. He understands why it's important to take care of our teeth and what happens...read more
Teething, or a Cold? How to Tell
Teething is not a milestone that most parents enjoy as even the happiest baby can turn into a fussy mess. While teething could be the primary cause of the symptoms your baby is experiencing, congestion and a runny nose should not be one of them. According to Dr....read more
How Do Dental Implants Work?
We all understand the impact that missing teeth and gaps can have on our confidence. Fortunately, dental implants may be a solution your dental issues. Your Reitano Dentistry team can effectively resolve your smile problems that involve missing teeth and gaps with...read more
Sugar-Free Can Still Harm Enamel
At Reitano Dentistry, we know sugar is iffy for good oral health. That’s why “sugar-free” snacks are so popular. But a new study reports that sugar-free foods and beverages aren’t a proper choice either. The Reitano Dentistry team wants to let you know what...read more
Pregnancy Gingivitis and Keeping Your Gums Healthy
Pregnancy is a period of rapid change. The hormones are shifting and the resulting increased blood flow in your body can create changes in your dental health. One of the changes that many women experience is pregnancy gingivitis, where the gums swell and can retract...read more
Combat Tooth Loss with Vitamin Supplements
As we age, it's normal to experience bone loss that not only affects our bodies but our teeth as well. Research has determined that taking calcium and vitamin D can help restore and maintain good strong teeth. Dr. Reitano of Reitano Dentistry wants his patients to...read more