Dr. Mark R. Simeone Blog
June 21, 2018
Is it possible that your gums reveal information about the condition of your overall and oral health? Your dentist in Coatesville says they do and encourages you to always pay close attention to the way they look, feel and respond to different types of every-day functions like eating and brushing your teeth. As you read on, you’ll learn about 5 things that you can determine about oral health by paying more attention to your soft tissue.
April 9, 2018
If you’re considering replacing missing teeth with a dental implant supported tooth replacement plan, you should be aware of the ways you can improve your chances for successful implant placement and decrease the risk of implant failure. In this post, we’ll walk you through four common causes of implant failure that are entirely avoidable with proper care at home and in our office. Learn more about maintaining the optimal level of oral health and keeping your dental implant posts firmly in place supporting your new smile.
March 23, 2018
Are you missing teeth or on the brink of tooth loss and wondering how dental implants work? Keep reading – Dr. Mark Simeone has put together an FAQ to help you understand what’s what with this popular method of tooth replacement.
March 4, 2018
Right now, dental implants are considered the premier way to replace any number of missing teeth according to dentists and patients alike, but did you know that they could also help protect your heart health? According to new research from Tulane University, tooth loss that occurs during middle age can significantly increase a person’s chances of developing coronary heart disease. However, dental implants in Coatesville can help completely reverse the effects of tooth loss, restoring the smile and potentially safeguarding the heart at the same time. Read on to learn more. (more…)
February 21, 2018
We are excited to kick off a new feature that we will run monthly to help you get to know the wonderful team that helps our office run! Up first is your dental hygienist Jenna — keep reading to find out how she helps to make a visit to your dentist in Coatesville downright fun.
January 25, 2018
Traditional braces are notorious for the food and drink restrictions that they come with. Because all sorts of things can get stuck in all those brackets and wires, they put you on an involuntary diet. But there is good news! Not all orthodontic treatments require that you quit eating popcorn, taffy, and all the other treats that let you enjoy life. Invisalign from your Coatesville orthodontist allows you to eat and drink almost anything you want while you’re getting your teeth straightened.
January 13, 2018
You might think that braces are the ream of awkward teenagers. After all, there is a stereotype that comes with all the brackets and wires that many people use to straighten their teeth. You might even shy away from asking your orthodontist in Coatesville about braces because you don’t want to feel like you’ve gone back in time to high school. But don’t worry — Invisalign is a great solution for grown-ups who want straighter teeth without becoming a “metal mouth.”
December 28, 2017
You may think you need to visit a specialist when you need something beyond a routine checkup and cleaning, like Invisalign or braces in Coatesville. But that’s not the case when you are a patient of Chester County Dental Arts! Dr. Ronni Bruck provides orthodontic treatment for patients of all ages. — and she’s here to tell you a little bit more about how getting braces is good for your oral AND overall health! Keep reading to find out more.
November 14, 2017
Crooked teeth are no fun. They might make you shy away when your friends bust out their selfie sticks, or you might hold back from showing off your winning personality when you meet people for the first time. Moreover, a misaligned smile is bad for your oral health as well. When your teeth are crooked or crammed together, it’s difficult to clean them well, meaning that you’re at an increased risk for cavities. You have every reason in the world to talk to your dentist about Invisalign in Coatesville! What should you know about these clear braces?
You go to the dentist for a routine checkup and learn that you need a crown or filling, so you give the go ahead for the procedure. You’re expecting to walk away from it with a mouth that feels strong and healthy, but — ouch! After your procedure, you find that the tooth your dentist worked on is in pain. Does that mean your dentist messed up? Well… no. Your dentist probably did everything just right. So why do dental crowns and fillings make teeth sensitive?