Blog

What to Do if the Dental Office Floods from Hurricanes

What to Do if the Dental Office Floods from Hurricanes

What to Do if the Dental Office Floods from Hurricanes Often, if a hurricane has struck, this is only the beginning of more problems to come. Hurricanes can lead to flooding, which can devastate towns and ruin homes and businesses. If you are a business owner, such as a dentist who owns his own practice, you need to prepare for possible hurricanes and their aftermath. Flooding can destroy important and expensive equipment and patient records, and make it time-consuming, difficult, and costly to get back to regular business. Here is a checklist of what to do to protect your practice […]

Read more

How Mothers Are Role Models for Children’s Oral Health

How Mothers Are Role Models for Children's Oral Health

How Mothers Are Role Models for Children’s Oral Health As parents, we appreciate how much our children care about us and how they strive to bring us pride. However, it is also our primary duty to educate them and raise them properly. Our kids look to us for guidance and mentorship, and one of the most important things we can teach them is good personal hygiene. How Mothers Can Teach Kids Oral Hygiene Kids love to imitate adults, which will make it easy for you to make your kids follow your actions. If you show them how much you enjoy […]

Read more

What Foods to Avoid When Wearing Temporary Crown?

What Foods to Avoid When Wearing Temporary Crown? Crowns are used for many reasons, bridges, dental implants, root canals, badly damaged or decayed teeth. Dentists prepare the teeth for the crown and send a mold to the laboratory that will finalize the crown. As a result, for two weeks, patients have to wear a temporary crown, which is made from a bonding material of a composite of glass and plastic. After a temporary crown is placed, your teeth may be more tender and sensitive than usual. In these cases, there are many types of food that you should avoid consuming […]

Read more

How to Prevent a Cold by Brushing

How to Prevent a Cold by Brushing

Everyone knows that practicing good hygiene is crucial to staying healthy. Simple acts like washing your hands frequently can prevent the spread of bacteria, which is especially important during flu season. Oral health is the same. By simply making sure to brush your teeth and floss every day, you can have an overall healthier lifestyle. Cleaning the Mouth The mouth is one of the most contaminated parts of the body, housing hundreds of types of bacteria. Most are harmless, and some might even be beneficial, but the occasional malicious cold-causing bugs that wreak havoc on your immune system can most […]

Read more

Seven Treatments for Your Dental Problems

Seven Treatments for Your Dental Problems

Seven Treatments for Your Dental Problems Both general and cosmetic dentistry work in tandem to provide both the restorative and esthetic solutions you want for your dental problems. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of how many options there are when it comes to dental treatments. So here are just seven of the most common services the dentist can provide and the problems they solve. 1. Fillings It The Problems: minor fissures or crevices in teeth caused by wear, trauma or decay. The dentist uses composite or amalgam dental fillings as a solution for these, more minor problems. Fillings are sound, […]

Read more

Pain Due to Toothache Is Disturbing

Pain Due to Toothache Is Disturbing It is difficult performing daily activities when your tooth is aching. Sometimes, the pain is so unbearable that it is hard to think clearly. Toothache may be an indication that there’s something wrong with your tooth. Here are the common reasons why one’s tooth may be aching: Tooth decay Tooth fracture Damaged filling Abscessed tooth Infected gums An immediate visit to your dentist may help determine the cause of the toothache, and he/she may advise solutions on how to stop the agonizing pain. Karen Gordon, DMD, Family and Cosmetic Dentistry can help you with […]

Read more
Page 5 of 13« First...34567...10...Last »

Latest News

Recent Events

Office Location


 
Karen Gordon, DMD
Address : 3990 Sheridan St. Suite 216
Hollywood, Florida 33021
Tel : (954) 613-9837
Fax :(954) 987-2098
Facebook Karen Gordon DMDGooglePlus

Office Hours

Monday
8:00 am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
8:00 am - 6:00pm
Wednesday
8:00 am - 5:00pm
Thursday
8:00 am - 5:00pm
Friday
8:00am - 1:00pm