Comprehensive Dentistry in Monmouth County NJ

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Dentistry Monmouth County NJ

Dental technology is the best it has ever been in history, and engineers and designers are creating even better, more refined tools for surgeons and general practitioners. Research is constantly allowing dentists to provide better and more innovative treatments. At Comprehensive Dentistry, we provide a wide array of cosmetic and general dentistry services using advanced technology and practices to help you enjoy great health and to have a great smile!

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Cosmetic Dentistry

At-home teeth whitening kits are inexpensive and convenient, but they are not as safe and effective as being treated in a dentist’s office. In fact, dental teeth whitening is a very simple in-office procedure. The toothpastes, white strips, and rinses that are sold over the counter will not fix discolored, fillings, crowns, or other dental restorations. If you do use them, it can lead to uneven whitening. If you have any bridges, veneers, crowns, or bonds that you want to be whitened, call us to schedule your teeth whitening.

Emergency Dentistry in Monmouth County

Emergency dentistry is when a situation necessitates a skilled professional to stop bleeding, save a tooth, alleviate extreme pain, or to treat an infection. If you are noticing any of the following symptoms or situations, then you need to call us right away:

  • Swelling in or around your mouth
  • Broken or cracked tooth or teeth
  • Bleeding from the gums, cheeks or tongue that is not stopping
  • Severe excruciating tooth or mouth pain
  • An abscess
  • Any infections of the mouth that are causing pain and swelling
  • A broken filling or a crown that is causing pain
  • A tooth that is been broken or cracked or is in pieces
  • When a tooth is knocked out
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If you have braces that have snapped, broken, or are extremely painful, you will need 

to contact your orthodontist and let them know that you have an emergency.

Preventative Dental Care

The best way to prevent an emergency or costly procedures down the road is to fortify your teeth and gums so that you do not suffer from the cumulative effects of neglect. You may not notice the damage right away from going to bed after eating dessert or drinking alcohol, but years of this behavior eventually erode tooth enamel and creates cavities.

Dental care is about a lot more than having fresh breath and an aesthetically-pleasing smile. It’s also about making an investment in your long-term health. That’s why it needs to be thorough, and why people can’t get away with just brushing without flossing, for example. All of that effort put into brushing goes to waste if there are still food particles stuck between teeth. In fact, a common place for cavities to form is in between teeth, necessitating the two teeth to be fixed.

Daily care at home, however, can strengthen teeth. Our Comprehensive Dentistry care tips are:

  • Brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day.
  • Keep a small toothbrush or bottle of mouthwash with you so you can brush your teeth after every meal even if you are on the go. In fact, swishing with some mouthwash after lunch is a good idea to freshen your breath during the workday.
  • Avoid dark-colored beverages, such as tea and wine, to prevent dental staining.
  • Avoid smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages.
  • Make sure that you are using a quality toothpaste with fluoride.
  • Choose a mouthwash that works for you. Some mouthwash products are very harsh and can irritate the gums.
  • Develop a daily oral health routine and stick to it.
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Natural

Dental Implants

Millions of people around the world have dental implants. These surgically-implanted artificial teeth are the preferred type of tooth restoration among patients because they look, feel, and work just like natural teeth. Because they are not made of natural material, they are decay-resistant and will not develop cavities. The tooth is durable, but it’s best not to chew on hard objects, such as pen tips.

Dental implants are attached via a titanium “root” that is drilled into the jaw bone. It looks a lot like a screw because the texture gives it more surface area. This then facilitates the process of osseointegration, which is when bone bonds to the titanium. Once the “root” is in the jawbone, the artificial tooth will be attached via an abutment. This artificial tooth is custom-made to fit inside of your mouth and to match the rest of your teeth.

Inform Your Dentist of Changes

During your check-up, which you should have done every six months, let your dentist know if you have dry mouth issues, jaw pain, or issues with your head or ears. Some people think dentists just deal with teeth, but dentists are professionals who have an understanding of the body as a system. If it’s a problem outside of the scope of your dentist’s practice, then they will be able to recommend you to someone who can treat you or suggest the type of specialist that you need. For example, pain that is related to a sinus or ear infection, or an irritated trigeminal nerve in the head, may feel like a toothache.

Dentists sometimes see patients who swear that they have a problem with their teeth, but the problem is really something else. But sometimes dental problems cause earaches and other issues. The temporomandibular joints (TMJ)  can get out of alignment and cause problems for some patients that result in jaw pain and TMJ Disorder. This is a problem that your dentist can help you with, such as fitting you for a bite guard. Ask us anything. We are here to provide high-quality dentistry services that improve your overall quality of life.

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Dentistry Services in Monmouth County, NJ

Comprehensive Dentistry proudly serves the Monmouth County area and aims to provide high-quality restorative and general dentistry services. We also educate our patients on how to maintain proper oral health. Give us a call today! We will be happy to speak with you and answer your questions.

Greeting from Dr Mancino and team,

No matter where you turn, there is alarming news about Covid-19 virus. We want to reassure everyone that our dental office is one of the safest places to be. We always exceed the highest standards for disinfection and sterilization of all instruments and treatment rooms. Now, as an extra precaution, we are disinfecting hard surfaces in the waiting room and front desk, to keep both patients and staff safe from any infection.

If you have a fever, cold, or flu symptoms, you should stay home and call your family doctor. If you feel fine, then come see us! Please remember if you cannot keep your appointment to call the office as soon as possible. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mancino and team

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Over 25 Years of Quality Dentistry

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At Comprehensive Dentistry, Dr. Anthony Mancino and his staff provide patients with the best full-service dental care in Wall, NJ. We accomplish this by approaching each treatment with personalized attention to detail and genuine concern to the patient’s best interest.

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Meet Dr. Anthony Mancino

Dr. Anthony Mancino has established himself as a trusted dentist that focuses on exceptional results by balancing the aesthetics and oral health aspects of every treatment. His passion for artistic work that enhances his patients’ confidence and quality of life drives his practice.

In addition to his many years of experience, he continues to improve his knowledge and skill set by participating as a member multiple associations.

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We understand that dental emergencies do not always happen during office hours. As such, we offer assistance to our patients 24 hours a day.

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3350 Route 138 W Bldg 2, Ste 127
Wall Township, NJ 07719

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