Posts Tagged ‘ Dentist ’

Dr. Sam Romano earns FAGD

Dr. Sam Romano of 120 Park Ave, Madison has been a local Madison dentist for 30 years has earned his FAGD. Less than 5 percent of general dentists in the U.S. and Canada obtain their FAGD. These awards mean that your general dentist cares about long-term dental health for you and your family and demonstrates […]

Dr. Romano Awarded 2014 Craftsman of the Year

Dr. Sam Romano was awarded the 2014 Craftsman of the Year award

Loose Tooth

Your Tooth is Loose My hygienist, Kay wrote this blog that I thought I would share with you “YOUR TOOTH IS LOOSE!” Over the past 17 years that I have worked with Dr. Samuel Romano, as a Dental Hygienist, we have told patients who range in age from 2 years old to 90+ years old […]

SNORE – S + IG = IGNORE This May Not Be An Option Anymore

Just about everyone snores occasionally. Even a baby or a beloved pet may snore! However snoring can affect the quantity and quality of your sleep. Poor sleep can lead to daytime fatigue, irritability, poor behavior, trouble with relationships and increased health problems. Sleep also affects your mood. People who chronically lack sleep are also more […]

You Can Pick Your Friends…

There’s an old saying “You can pick your friends, but you can’t pick your family.” We’ve all heard that phrase before. It’s usually used when we need to rationalize behavior within our family that didn’t sit well with us. Well, every family has its ups and downs, we all know that. For me, I have […]

Is Madison really Mayberry?

For years, I’ve heard how wonderful Madison is and how people who move here compare it to Mayberry from the Andy Griffith Show. (I can still whistle the tune). Having lived and worked in town all my life, I feel uniquely qualified to weigh in on their assessment of Madison. I was onlypartly right. First […]

DNA

According to the American Dental Association, an estimated 75% of all Americans over the age of 35 have some form of periodontal disease. Furthermore, science is showing a direct link between oral health and overall health. Specifically, there has been shown to be a link between periodontal disease and heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and some […]

Sedation Dentistry. “What’s up with that”?

As one of the very few dentists licensed to administer IV sedation in NJ (other than Oral Surgeons there are less than 100 IV sedation permits in NJ) I get a lot of patients calling the office for the service. They come from throughout northern and central NJ looking for something that almost all don’t […]