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East Hanover, NJ Dentist Blog

Oct
09

Botox for TMJ Disorders

Do you suffer from chronic headaches? Though it may seem unconventional, Botox and dermal fillers can be used to treat temporomandibular joint disorders, also known as TMJ. TMJ can cause jaw pain and earaches as well as facial, back and…

Oct
07

Treating Sleep Apnea

Do you or your partner snore? Snoring on its own can be harmless, but sometimes snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a condition that obstructs breathing during sleep. You may not wake up if…

Jul
01

Metropolitan Center Patient Testimonials

Dr. Raj Upadya and his staff are passionate about providing comfortable dental care to their patients. Learn about what patients have to say below: Dr. Raj and his entire staff are absolutely phenomenal at what they do! I’ve never had…

Jun
20

What Are Replacement Options for Missing Teeth?

Are you embarrassed of your missing teeth? Are you ready to renew your smile? The Metropolitan Center for Complete Dentistry has restorative treatments that replace and improve the form and function of teeth. Restorative Treatments for Missing Teeth Dr. Raj…

May
03

What is Bruxism?

What is bruxism? Bruxism is a condition that is characterized by the clenching or grinding of teeth. Many people may not realize that they grind or clench their teeth because bruxism may occur unconsciously during sleep or in stressful situations.…

Apr
29

Dental Implants: Types and Benefits

It is important to educate yourself before any procedure, whether it be big or small. The dental implant procedure is one which provides benefits to patients with a missing tooth or teeth. Dental implants can be a great way to…

Feb
28

How Well Do You Know Your Teeth?

Do you really know your teeth? They’re necessary for chewing and play a huge role in shaping the shape of your mouth and therefore your entire face. You use them to smile which is what helps you make first impressions…

Dec
31

Gum Recession

Gum recession is a common dental problem that happens gradually. When pockets form between the teeth and the gums, bacteria increases, eventually causing the gum line to wear away and expose more of the tooth. Gum recession can lead to…

Dec
01

Do You Need A Root Canal?

What is a Root Canal? A root canal is a dental procedure that is required when the tooth’s nerve (pulp) has become infected or inflamed, and there is no other option for repair. Reasons for Root Canal Procedure There are…

Sep
16

Cosmetic Dental Trends

With advancements in technology, cosmetic trends are on the rise. Cosmetic dental treatments appear more natural and are certainly more durable than dental materials used in the past. These new advancements allow dentists to preserve more of the natural tooth…