Are All Carbs Created Equal?

Diet Changes For Healthier Teeth In Englewood

Hello, I am Drs. Lou and Nick Vitangeli of Vitangeli Dental in Englewood. Today, we are focusing on diet and oral health. I’m sure you brush and floss regularly and hopefully visit your dental practice for needed cleanings, but did you know that making small but important changes to your diet can improve your oral health? […]


Five Facts About Enamel Erosion

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Our teeth work hard and are continuously under assault. It’s no wonder that nature encases them with an armor of enamel—the hardest substance in the body. Tragically, enamel erosion is extremely common, though largely preventable. Enamel’s chief enemies are acidic foods and beverages. Other factors that can weaken enamel or wear it away are some […]


Don’t Like Dental Visits? Go Anyway.

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It’s no secret that many Englewood residents dread going to the dentist. Whether they associate dental visits with shame, pain or financial drain, they avoid it at all costs. See Your Dentist Regularly to Avoid Painful Oral Problems However, think about the fact that by seeing your dentist regularly, you can skip dental procedures like […]


Afraid of the Dentist? 5 Ways to Reduce Dental Anxiety

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Talk to your dentist There’s something about having information on anything unknown that makes us feel less afraid or at least more self-confident handling the unknown. If you consider dentistry an unknown topic, maybe you can educate yourself by asking your dentist lots of questions. Find a dentist willing to listen to your fearful thoughts […]


What You Need To Know About Oral Cancer

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During routine dental examinations, your dentist may look for signs of oral cancer. Oral cancer refers to cancers in the tongue, mouth, lips, jaw, and throat. Many Englewood dental patients don’t realize the seriousness of oral cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates that over 39,000 people will get oral cancer this year.1 Consider this unfortunate […]