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    Risk of Tooth Loss as You Age

    Century Dental offers the best general dentistry care in New Jersey. With offices in Eatontown, Jackson, and Pine Beach, we are better able to meet your schedule and serve you closer to where you live. We also offer the best cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry practices. We are passionate a…Read More

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    How Your Teeth Age, Part 2

    Hundreds of years ago, dental care was the last thing on people’s minds. After all, you had to eat in order to just survive. Furthermore, with a very simple diet with little to no sugar, most people’s teeth lasted their lifetime (which was less than half of what ours is today). Dental care was r…Read More

  3. taking care of aging teeth century dental new jersey

    How Your Teeth Age, Part 1

    When you think about aging, most people point to wrinkles, fine lines, gray hair, hair loss, and sagging skin — the obvious signs of aging. But did you ever think about how your teeth age? The Century Dental Family offers the best in general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry…Read More

  4. The Different Kinds of Teeth

    When you read about dinosaurs or any other ancient animal species that no longer exists, you’ll often find a good discussion about teeth. That’s because in animals, the teeth are adapted to what they eat. Scientists can tell if a dinosaur or other animal ate meat because they have primarily inci…Read More

  5. The Parts of Your Tooth

    Teeth are something you use every day. In fact, life would be infinitely more difficult if you didn’t have teeth. You use your teeth to eat your food, to talk, and to smile, which makes connections with others. They give the lower part of your face structure and shape. Teeth, in essence, are impor…Read More

  6. 10 Reasons To Smile Today From Your New Jersey Dentists

    At the Century Dental family, we think there is always a reason to smile, even when the world seems unfair or sad. However, as dentists in New Jersey, we know that many of our patients are embarrassed about their smiles for one reason or another, leaving them hiding their smiles behind their hands o…Read More

  7. How Sweet Drinks Affect Your Teeth

    The warm weather is starting to settle in, meaning that summer is not far off. With this warm weather comes the desire to sit out on the patio with friends and indulge in a nice cold beverage. Even though water is something that most of us should be drinking this summer, we are all guilty of indulgi…Read More

  8. How Periodontal Disease And Alzheimer’s Are Connected

    People with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia might be at a higher risk of developing gum disease mainly because completing daily oral hygiene tasks become more difficult as the disease progresses. However, new studies show that statement might hold true if phrased backwards: People w…Read More

  9. How e-Cigarettes Affect Your Oral Health

    There’s no way around it: smoking is bad for your overall health and oral health. Recently, the popularity of using e-cigarettes, or vaping, has increased dramatically. While many e-cigarette manufacturers call vaping a “healthy alternative to smoking,” there are still dangers associated with …Read More

  10. What To Know About Teeth Grinding

    Bruxism, more commonly referred to as teeth grinding, is a condition that many people experience. Relatively common in childhood, people typically grow out of bruxism by the time they reach adulthood. Though, this is not always the case and an adult can experience chronic bruxism or occasional bouts…Read More