S. John Salivonchik's Blog
July 29, 2016
Stains, chips, cracks, gaps, uneven surfaces — these and other issues are erased with porcelain veneers. But how do porcelain veneers work? And how are dental veneers attached to the teeth? We take a look at these and other questions below. Dr. Salivonchik transforms smiles with porcelain veneers in Allentown.
July 15, 2016
Choosing a regular dentist is a good move for your oral health. People who visit the same dental practice over and over are more likely to benefit from early detection of cavities, gum disease, and other oral issues. Do you have a dentist near Allentown? If not, consider choosing one for the benefit of you and those you love most. We’ve got some tips to help you make the best decision!
June 29, 2016
The process may have been lengthy and involved, but now that you have your new dentures the effort was entirely worthwhile. Your smile hasn’t looked this good in years. To keep that new smile looking great for many years to come, Dr. Salivonchik would like to offer some important tips on how best to care for your dentures in Whitehall, PA.
June 19, 2016
Dr. Salivonchik and his staff won’t deny that some patients would rather not see us. However, we also won’t deny these patients their right to have a healthy mouth and a beautiful smile. If you’re hesitant or even fearful of coming to the dentist, then please speak to anyone of us about sedation dentistry. With sedation dentistry, Whitehall and the surrounding communities are able to safely relax during any dental procedure, so we can provide the dental care you need.
May 25, 2016
Everyone experiences a toothache at some point in their life—even those who care for their teeth properly and visit the dentist regularly. When a toothache occurs, you often want immediate relief because let’s face it, nothing is worse than a toothache. While many people believe a toothache is most often caused by a cavity, this isn’t always the case. Tooth pain can occur for a number of reasons, which can cause the pain to range in severity. No matter the pain level, you need to visit your dentist right away because it’s a sign of a potentially serious complication. As your dentist in Whitehall, we’re here to help you understand the most common causes of tooth pain.