Archive for 2013

Coffee lowers risk of Oral Cancer – Orlando

Do you enjoy waking up with a cup of coffee? Drink up! A recent study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology shows that drinking more java can decrease your risk of dying from oral and pharyngeal cancers. The American Cancer Society study examined the coffee- and tea-drinking habits of 968,000 people, who were followed… Read more

Signs and Symptoms of an Impacted Tooth – Orlando

Ouch! It’s been several weeks but that nagging ache in your mouth won’t go away. As a matter of fact, it’s getting worse. Your gums or jawbone may feel tender, and perhaps you’ve started developing headaches. You’re probably wondering, “What is causing this pain? And how can I make it go away — quickly?” The… Read more

Study Says Sun is Good for Your Teeth – Orlando Dentist

The Florida sun is great for improving your mood, your tan and your oral health. New research has found a link between vitamin D (most commonly absorbed through sun exposure) and lowered risk of tooth decay. A team from the University of Washington examined the impact vitamin D had on dental caries (cavities). They looked… Read more

The Origin of Dental Implants – Orlando

Ouch! It’s been several weeks but that nagging ache in your mouth won’t go away. As a matter of fact, it’s getting worse. Your gums or jawbone may feel tender, and perhaps you’ve started developing headaches. You’re probably wondering, “What is causing this pain? And how can I make it go away — quickly?” The… Read more

Five Reasons to Have Dental Implants in 2013 – Orlando

The start of a new year usually brings a sense of motivation to solve problems. Let 2013 be the year that you finally replace missing, decayed or damaged teeth — permanently. Dr. Ronald Trevisani, a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, has been offering dental implants in Orlando for more than 15 years. Here are five… Read more

The “Best Job of 2013” May Surprise You… Orlando Dentistry

With studies linking oral health to overall health, taking good care of your teeth is now more important than ever. Raymond Martin, a spokesperson for the American Dental Association (ADA) was quoted as saying “…in many cases, the condition of the mouth mirrors the condition of the body as a whole.” Start the New Year… Read more