Is Coffee Bad For Your Teeth?

Having a healthy, white smile is what most people want.  So understandably, they are concerned about what food and drink choices may compromise their confident smile. One of the most common question or concern people ask about is if coffee is bad for their teeth?  It has been shown that coffee can  stain enamel more readily than a lot of other food or drink options, you do not have to give up your coffee to still achieve a healthy, happy smile.

In order to maintain a pearly white smile or improve a smile that has acquired stains, you can visit cosmetic dentist Robert Rosenfeld DDS. So don’t throw away your rewards coffee card! Just take a look at these ways to avoid coffee stained teeth and book a consultation today.

Teeth vs. Coffee

Often, the battle lines are drawn between indulging in your coffee habit, and maintaining a white, pearly smile. For many, it isn’t an easy option choosing between white, confident smiles and an early morning coffee habit.

Even though enamel is one of the hardest substance in the human body, it can be susceptible to staining. Enamel is a hard, solid flat smooth surface. but it is also porous.  These porosities and craze lines can allow for substances to get into these hard surfaces and, over time, alter the color of the teeth.

Coffee is not the only substance known to stain teeth. Most substances that are known to discolor teeth contain tannins, also found in tea and wine.  A good rule of thumb is that if something will stain your clothing it will stain your teeth.  Please give Robert Rosenfeld DDS a call if you want to keep those pearly whites pearly white.  

Actions to Avoid Stains

Abstaining from coffee is always one option in maintaining white teeth; however, for many this is unrealistic. Without giving up coffee, here are a few ways you can reduce discoloration to your teeth and keep your smile happy and healthy:

  •      Drink coffee through a straw
  •      Brush or swish with water immediately after your cup of coffee
  •      Don’t sip on coffee over time (drink in one sitting)

With these tips and tricks, you can still indulge in your favorite beverages while not forfeiting white teeth. Again, this doesn’t fix everything so it is also important to speak to Dr. Rosenfeld to find out other options there are for keeping your teeth white.

Whitening Options

With these tips and trick in mind, Rosenfeld DDS provides his patients with alternatives both in office and at home to keep their teeth white. Teeth whitening services are fast and affordable, taking less than an hour in office. The newest addition to these services is Zoom! This procedure has been able to whiten teeth up to eight times brighter and has a noticeable difference even after one visit.

Other options in office include normal teeth cleaning services and hygienist visits. This keeps your enamel healthy and is more resilient to teeth staining substances and is key in good oral health. Dr. Rosenfeld also offers take-home whitening kits.

Get whiter teeth with Dr. Rosenfeld Today!

So whether you are looking to visit a cosmetic dentist or do whiting at home, don’t forfeit your favorite drink but instead work with our team to achieve the smile you want.

If you are interested in Dr. Rosenfeld’s teeth whitening services, be sure to contact us today! You can also reach our Solana Beach, CA office at (858) 755-1189.  

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Should You Use An Electric Toothbrush?

When it comes to oral hygiene, choosing the right toothbrush is one of the most important choices you will make. While toothbrushes come in many shapes and sizes, many patients believe they are all similar and/ or do the same job—but this is certainly not the case. There the many options but the best option for you to consider is  an electric toothbrush.

At the office of Robert Rosenfeld DDS, our team is here to help make oral hygiene easy and effective. We believe in helping our patients get the right tools to keep a happy, healthy smile. Your toothbrush should work smarter not harder, as well as be a pleasant experience. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the benefits of using an electric toothbrush to improve your oral hygiene.

Requires Less Work

Having a busy lifestyle can lead to putting off or forgetting  proper dental hygiene. So when you do clean your teeth, don’t work harder, work smarter with the type of toothbrush you use.

With so many options between types of bristles, size, and length of toothbrushes, it can be confusing. The general rule of thumb is that the bristles soft and flexible so they can get your teeth clean without abrading them. In addition, the bristles should not so big that they miss small places. For best results, take these tips into consideration when picking out an electric toothbrush.

Electric toothbrushes are the preferred method of brushing your teeth mainly because they are more efficient than manual toothbrushes. Your own hand simply can’t do what an electric toothbrush can. Electric brushes are more effective in removing plaque, while demanding less from you, the brusher!

Ensures Proper Time

Everyone has heard it before: you should always brush your teeth for two minutes each time you brush. Another advantage to an electric brush is that they come with a timer.  When the two minutes is up, the brush simply powers off and you’re done!

Why two minutes? Spending at least 30 seconds in each quadrant of your mouth allows you enough time to adequately clean each surface of each tooth. So, to truly get the most out of your tooth brushing, you should always brush for two minutes.   

Save Money

One complaint of electric toothbrushes is their price. But the cost is minimal if it helps promote good general health by preventing dental decay and gum disease.  

At Dr. Rosenfeld’s office, we work toward helping you keep a healthy smile.

Contact Dr. Rosenfeld Today!

If you are interested in getting an electric toothbrush recommendation, or other cleaning tips and tricks, contact us today! You can visit our office in Solana Beach, CA or call us at 858-755-1189 to start your journey to a healthy smile.

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The Dangers of Untreated TMJ

TMJ Disorder (Temporomandibular Joint) is a condition where the joints, muscles, and teeth are misaligned and/or stressed. This can lead to pain in the joint itself, facial muscles, or teeth. There are many contributing factors that may cause TMJ disorder, such as a misaligned bite, tooth grinding or clenching, osteoarthritis or trauma and injury. Although not life threatening, if TMJ disorder is left untreated, it can contribute to significant discomfort and tension. Chronic pain can even lead to the development of diseases like anxiety and depression.

At Robert Rosenfeld, DDS in Solana Beach, we genuinely care about the health of our patients and Dr. Rosenfeld takes each case very seriously. Along with his team, he’ll develop a treatment plan that fits your individual needs. If you’ve been wondering about treatment options for TMJ disorder or have been experiencing jaw pain, you can call our offices today.

Why You Shouldn’t Leave TMJ Disorder Untreated

TMJ disorder can interfere greatly in the lives of those who suffer from it. Constant headaches, neck tension, tooth grinding and other symptoms of the disorder can really take a toll on the health of an individual.  Sleep is commonly interrupted from tooth grinding and clenching; this can lead to long term issues such as sleep apnea, insomnia, nightmares, and imbalanced cortisol rhythms. Research also shows that sleep disturbance can play a large role in depression and anxiety because it interferes with the body’s natural hormonal responses.

As you can see, TMJ disorder may be related to long-term effects that have a profound impact on  general health and wellness. Your dentist may also express concern over a premature wearing down of teeth and gums caused by grinding and clenching. Lastly, some people with this disorder experience inner ear issues such a ringing (tinnitus), balance problems or vertigo. It’s safe to say that untreated TMJ disorder has many unwanted consequences.

Suspect You Might have TMJ Disorder?

If you’ve been experiencing jaw, neck or facial pain, you might be suffering from TMJ disorder. It’s a good idea to make an appointment as soon as possible to discuss this with your dentist, If you’re ready to schedule a consultation or appointment, you can call our Solana Beach offices today at 858-755-1189 or click here for more information on our services.

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Different Types of Toothpaste

If you’ve ever wondered just how many types of toothpaste there are, you might be surprised to find there are only five main categories which nearly all toothpastes fall under. That being said, the companies who make toothpaste often make it seem like there are hundreds of different choices by mixing and matching things like flavor and texture, which can be confusing. Today, we want to discuss the five main types of toothpaste and what they do, so you can be better equipped the next time you head to the store!  

At Robert Rosenfeld, DDS, we are committed to serving our patients in the best way possible. For that reason, we want to arm you with our best knowledge so you can keep your teeth healthy and sparkling white. If you’re in need of a checkup or cleaning, don’t hesitate to call our offices today, otherwise, read on to learn more about the five different types of toothpaste!

5 Major Types of Toothpaste

Children’s Toothpastes

Children’s toothpaste gets its own category because they generally contain less fluoride or abrasive agents. Children’s teeth don’t require the same intensity of cleaning as more fully formed adult teeth do, and can in fact, be harmed by too harsh of products. Children are also usually pickier than adults when it comes to things like taste, texture and consistency, so companies usually make children’s toothpaste friendly to these issues.

Fluoride Toothpastes

Fluoride helps to protect teeth against decay, cavities and harmful foods and beverages. Fluoride was introduced into toothpastes about a century ago, and has significantly reduced the amount of dental infections and decay seen in dentist’s offices. Most toothpastes contain at least a small amount of fluoride, but some will contain larger amounts for people who have weakened or decreased enamel.

Tartar Control

Tartar is plaque that has hardened or calcified. When we consistently miss certain spots or spaces on our teeth while brushing, build up begins to harden and eventually must be scraped off by your dentist. Tartar control toothpastes contain special compounds which work to dissolve plaque and buildup and restore healthy gum tissue.

Sensitivity Toothpaste

Occasionally, teeth can become sensitive leading to pain while eating and drinking. Once this occurs, it can be difficult to engage in daily activities. Toothpastes which target sensitivity contain special compounds that block the nerves in your teeth from sensing hot and cold. While they offer great relief for people with painful teeth, it can take up to 3-4 weeks to see their full results, so some patience is cautioned.

Whitening Toothpaste

Whitening toothpastes are exactly what they sound like – they whiten your teeth! These types of pastes are perfect for anyone experiencing aging or yellowing of teeth or for those who consume regular coffees and teas. They contain extra gentle abrasive agents which “scrub” the stains out of your teeth.

Need Help Choosing the Right Toothpaste?

At Robert Rosenfeld, DDS, we pride ourselves in superb patient care and communication. If you’re unsure which type of toothpaste would best fit your needs, feel free to call our offices with your questions or schedule an appointment by calling 858-755-1189. You can also click here for more information on our services!

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How to Choose a Toothbrush

Choosing a toothbrush can be confusing business with so many options available to consumers. You might be wondering, “Should my toothbrush have soft bristles with a large head or a smaller head with firm bristles? Should I choose a flexible handle or one with a non-slip grip?”

While some of these questions are based on personal preference, others will play a role in the health of your teeth and gums and should be carefully considered. Learning which toothbrush works best for your mouth will help you avoid hygiene issues such as decay, cavities, tartar and periodontal disease.

At Robert Rosenfeld, DDS, we believe it’s our duty to help our patients maintain sparkling, healthy teeth both in and outside of their appointments. For this reason, we’ve outlined some of the details you’ll need to know about how to choose the correct toothbrush. If you still have questions after reading, we’d love for you to contact our office for assistance!

What Kind of Toothbrush Should You Buy?

Interestingly, people have been finding ways to brush their teeth for nearly 5000 years now. Some of the earliest forms of the toothbrush were ‘chewing sticks’ or twigs with animal hair bristles. Toothbrushes as we know them today, with nylon bristles and plastic handles, weren’t invented until much later in 1938 and have come a long way since then as well. Good oral health has always been important and continues to be so today.

Overall, there are two main types of toothbrushes you can purchase: manual and powered. Manual toothbrushes come in many shapes, sizes and options which we’ll talk about below. Powered toothbrushes are great options for anyone who has a difficult time maneuvering a toothbrush or for children who may not be able to thoroughly clean their teeth.

Most dentists will agree that the best manual toothbrush to use contains soft bristles and a small head. Firm or hard bristles can eventually lead to worn down gums and enamel leading to pain and sensitivity. You’ll also want to choose a head that fits in your mouth well and can brush about 1-2 teeth at a time. Usually smaller heads are easier to manipulate and will clean hard-to-reach spaces toward the back of your mouth better. Other variables, such as handle size, brush angles and different bristle materials are more a matter of personal preference. You may have to try a couple different ones before deciding what feels best.

Remember also that replacement of your toothbrush is important to its function. Old or frayed toothbrushes won’t work as effectively as new ones and can harbor bacteria as well. As a rule of thumb, try to replace your toothbrush every three months, or sooner if you brush vigorously.

Keep Your Teeth Healthy and Clean with Robert Rosenfeld, DDS

Dr. Rosenfeld and his staff are proud to provide quality dental care to patients in Solana Beach, CA. If you’re ready to schedule your next dental cleaning, call our office at 858-755-1189.

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Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

The thought of wisdom teeth can be concerning. Wisdom teeth or third molars usually become a concern around the age of 18.  These teeth can be impacted, or lead to  gum infection, or a variety of other unpleasant issues. And only a small percentage of us are lucky enough to have our wisdom teeth erupt with incident.  Today we wanted to discuss some of the signs you might experience with your wisdom teeth, especially if they are impacted.

Robert Rosenfeld DDS is proud to provide a variety of quality dental services to those around Solana Beach, CA.  We strive to provide the education necessary so that you can recognize common issues early on. When it comes to the wisdom teeth, impaction is quite common. But catching impacted wisdom teeth early can help mitigate some of  the painful symptoms. Keep reading to learn some of the most common signs of impacted wisdom teeth!

What are Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

Impacted wisdom teeth occur when the wisdom teeth (third molars) do not have the room to emerge/erupt fully. More often than not, the wisdom teeth get stuck on their way to fully emerging. When the wisdom teeth get blocked from emerging, they can begin to affect the surrounding areas. Two of the most common issues with wisdom teeth are :

  1. They can put pressure on surrounding teeth, or
  2. If  partially emerge from the gums they can be the cause of a localized gum  infection. Knowing the signs of impacted wisdom teeth can help prevent these complications from becoming anything more than a minor discomfort.

Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

  • Red, Swollen Gums: The wisdom teeth often emerge partially, which can create a space near the tooth for bacteria to sneak under the gums and create irritation or infection.
  • Swelling Near the Jaw: Along with pain and limited range of motion in the jaw, those with impacted wisdom teeth can also of experience swelling in the jaw region.
  • Difficulty Opening and Closing your Mouth: With the potentially limited range of motion in the jaw, it becomes more difficult to open and close  your mouth. This  can make eating difficult.

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Different Parts of the Teeth

In our last blog, we discussed the different types of teeth, and what purposes they serve beyond just chewing food. We believe that education is one of the most powerful preventative tools when it comes to your oral health. This week, we wanted to narrow the focus and discuss the anatomy of  individual tooth.

At the office of Robert Rosenfeld DDS, we’re proud to provide a variety of dental services to those around Solana Beach, CA. With Dr. Rosenfeld and his experienced team, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands when it comes to all things dental. Further, we believe that dental education plays a big role in maintaining proper oral health. Call our Solana Beach office today if you’re interested in our dental services! Otherwise, keep reading to learn more about the different parts of the teeth!

Different Parts of the Teeth

  • Enamel: The enamel is the outermost layer of the teeth. It’s a highly mineralized protective layer that serves to protect the sensitive interior of the teeth. While the enamel is the strongest part of a tooth, it’s not impervious to decay. So protecting the enamel is essential. Often sealants are recommended for our adolescent patients.  This fills in the nooks and crannies on the biting surface to sealant decay producing bacteria.
  • Dentin: The dentin is the layer just under the enamel. It is not so mineralized.  Consequently when decay penetrates the enamel and gets to the dentin the decay spreads more rapidly.
  • Pulp: The pulp is located in the center of a tooth. The pulp is mostly made up of blood vessels and nerve tissue. When bacteria reach the pulp, a root canal is typically needed.
  • Crown: The crown is the visible portion of the tooth above the gumline. Surprisingly, the crown only makes up one-third of the entire tooth. The crown differs in shape based on its location in the mouth.
  • Root: The root of the tooth is the two-thirds of a tooth that rests below the gumline. The root is surrounded by a ligament that let’s you know how hard you are contacting your teeth.  This is a very precise system that allows you to crush through the hard shell of an M&M but glide through the milk chocolate.
  • Gumline: The gumline is the the point where the gums meet the crown of a tooth. The gumline is extremely important to your oral health. Without frequent brushing and flossing, plaque and bacteria can settle beneath the gumline and lead to early forms of gum disease.

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Different Types of Teeth

How much do you know about the different types of teeth? They all help us chew, no doubt, but have you wondered why they come in so many shapes and sizes?  Each type of tooth serves a special role within the mouth. We want to spend some time today highlighting the different types of teeth!

At Robert Rosenfeld DDS, we’re proud to provide a variety of dental services to those around Solana Beach, CA. With Dr. Rosenfeld and his experienced team, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands when it comes to all things dental we believe that dental education plays a big role in maintaining proper oral health. Call our Solana Beach office today if you’re interested in our dental services! Please continue reading to learn more about the different types of teeth!

The Different Types of Teeth

  • Incisors: The incisors are the thin, flat teeth at the front of your mouth. With 4 on top and four on the bottom, these teeth help you bite into food so the size of each bite is chewable. These front teeth also help support the lips. The baby front teeth usually start coming loose around age 6 and the adult incisors erupt in the spaces made available.
  • Canines: The canines or ‘eye teeth’ are the pointed teeth just behind the incisors and at the corners of your mouth. These are the infamous vampire teeth, but they’re useful to us non-vampires too! Canines help us tear our food, support the lips, and most importantly they help to guide the rest of the teeth into place when you close your mouth.
  • Premolars: The premolars follow behind the canines. These teeth are also pointed like the canines, but they have a biting surface as well. They are just in front of the molars which lends them their classification as the premolars. These teeth are paramount in the chewing process, and they also help to support the height of the face.  
  • Molars: Molars are the flat teeth in the back of your mouth.  They have the largest chewing surface and are used mainly to grind up food before you swallow.  These teeth erupt behind your baby teeth starting about age 6.  The second molars come in around age 12.  Counting the wisdom teeth there are 12 molars altogether, 3 molars in each quadrant.  These teeth also help support your cheeks and are arranged so when you close you don’t bite your cheeks. The wisdom teeth tend not to erupt until around 18 years of age.
  • Supernumerary Teeth: These refer to any ‘extra’ teeth that form outside the normal 32 teeth.  These teeth often need to be removed because they’re either out of place, impacted, or contributing to overcrowding.
  • Natal Teeth: Natal teeth are extremely rare–occurring in one out of every 2,000 to 3,000 births–but they are an extra set of teeth that form in the womb. Natal teeth don’t serve much purpose though. They don’t have roots, so they typically fall out shortly after the baby is born.

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TMJ/TMD Treatments

It’s estimated that between 10 and 35 million Americans suffer from TMJ. Even mild forms of the disorder can affect one’s quality of life, adding chronic discomfort and pain to daily processes like eating and talking. While TMD is a complex disorder that can arise from a variety of causes, there are a number of treatments–either at-home remedies or with your dentist–that can alleviate pain and discomfort.

Robert Rosenfeld DDS is proud to provide TMJ/TMD treatments to those around Solana Beach, CA. Dr. Rosenfeld and his experienced team can help alleviate the painful symptoms of the disorder. If you’re currently experiencing TMD, don’t hesitate to contact our Solana Beach office today! Otherwise, you can keep reading to learn more about TMJ/TMD treatments.

What is TMJ?

TMJ stands for the temporomandibular joint, which is where your jaw bone connects to the skull. The symptoms of TMD can include: pain and discomfort in the jaw area, muscle spasms, clicking sounds as you open and close your mouth, headaches, neck pain, and limited range of motion as you open and close your mouth.

The causes of TMD vary. But the disorder can form from overuse of the jaw, teeth grinding, stress and anxiety, or even poor posture. That said, the causes of TMJ are not completely understood. There are multiple factors that contribute to muscle tightness or dysfunction in the jaw, and since the temporomandibular joint is so complex, it’s hard to pinpoint specific causes. Fortunately, treating TMD is more straightforward.

TMJ Treatment Options

With Minor TMD, it’s important to avoid overstressing the jaw. Here are some of the steps you can take on a daily basis to mitigate the symptoms of TMD:

  • Eat soft foods that are easy to chew.
  • Massage the affected joint several times per day to relax the surrounding muscles.
  • If the TMD is stress-induced, relaxation techniques like meditation can help alleviate symptoms.

For those with more severe symptoms, it’s important to seek out professional help. There are a number of professional treatments that your dentist can provide to help with more serious cases of TMJ. Visiting the dentist promptly in these cases will help you resolve your TMD sooner.

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If you’re experiencing symptoms of TMJ, don’t hesitate to contact Robert Rosenfeld DDS! Call us today at 858-755-1189 to schedule a consultation today. You can also contact us here.

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5 Invisalign Myths

With the commitment that orthodontic treatment requires, you want to make sure that you put in your research to ensure that you’re choosing the best option. While there’s a lot of information out there on the pros and cons of braces vs. Invisalign, there seem to be a lot of myths about Invisalign as well. So we wanted to spend some time breaking down some of the most common Invisalign myths.

Robert Rosenfeld DDS is proud to provide Invisalign treatment to those around Solana Beach, CA. With the knowledge and experience of Dr. Rosenfeld and his team, you can rest assured knowing you’re in the right hands for your treatment. If you’re interested in Invisalign, call our Solana Beach office today! Otherwise, keep reading to learn some of the most common Invisalign myths.

5 Invisalign Myths

  • Invisalign costs way more than braces: If keeping costs low is a priority for you, Dr. Rosenfeld can help you design a treatment plan that matches those needs.
  • Invisalign can’t treat complicated alignment issues: In the right hands, Invisalign is just as capable at treating most any alignment issues as braces. Though, it’s possible that it could take a little longer with Invisalign.
  • Treatment with Invisalign takes longer than braces: On average, braces and Invisalign treatment take about the same amount of time. As we mentioned above, some types of alignment correction can take longer than with braces, but overall, the treatment time is roughly the same.
  • The plastic aligner trays make you talk funny: The aligner trays are designed with precision in mind so that they’ll fit perfectly to your teeth. Once you adjust to wearing aligner trays, they shouldn’t have much effect on your speech.
  • The aligner trays are painful: While there’s an adjustment period when you get Invisalign, most patients cite that it’s more comfortable than braces.

Invisalign with Robert Rosenfeld DDS

After an initial consultation, you’ll have an impression taken of your teeth for your Invisalign trays. Shortly after that, you’ll receive your first set of aligner trays. Each tray is designed to be worn for two weeks before you switch to a new set. This time frame allows your teeth to shift slowly and consistently over time. And don’t be concerned, you won’t need to visit Dr. Rosenfeld every two weeks for a new set of trays. With some planning, you can receive a few sets at a time to minimize your time in the office.

Ready for Invisalign Treatment in Solana Beach?

If Invisalign sounds right for you or your child, don’t hesitate to contact Robert Rosenfeld DDS! Call us today at 858-755-1189 to schedule a consultation today. You can also contact us here.

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"Dr. Rosenfeld and his staff are absolutely AMAZING.  I have a fear of dentists and dentistry, but Dr. Rosenfeld and his outstanding team went the extra mile to make sure that I felt comfortable, reassured me that they would do anything and everything to take great care of me, and never made me feel anything but a very valued patient.  I never knew that an office would go so far to help me get through some challenging (at least for me) dental procedures.  Words cannot begin to express my gratitude for this office.  If only all businesses could provide the same level of customer service..  Oh, did I forget to mention that their work is top notch.  Worth every penny!" Kevin B.

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