John Buzza, DDS

5 Reasons Why Your Teeth Are Changing Color

Brushing and flossing your teeth every day can keep your smile bright and white. However, you might have noticed that even though you take great care of your teeth, they look a little yellow and have lost their sparkle. This is completely normal. Here are 5 reasons why this could be happening to you. Food […]

Invisalign Working For Men

Guys: More and more of your colleagues, coworkers and neighbors are having their teeth smoothed, whitened and aligned to gain that competitive edge in the business world. So, we have to ask: How is your smile looking today? Let’s face it, in today’s world, men and women will likely work for more employers over the […]

Where Do Dental Implants Come From?

Dental implants have a surprisingly rich and interesting history. Across centuries and throughout cultures around the world there is evidence of attempts at replacing missing teeth with various objects and materials. The oldest dental implants can be traced back to 2000 BC in China, where missing teeth were substituted with bamboo pegs. Fast forward a […]

Teeth Bleaching vs. Teeth Whitening

You’ve probably seen someone with pearly white teeth before and wondered, “How have they managed to keep their teeth so bright all these years?” The truth is, many people these days are opting to whiten their teeth with artificial methods to achieve that picture-perfect smile. Bleaching vs. Whitening When teeth are whitened beyond their natural […]

Taking Care of Your Veneers

Congratulations! You’ve just received your brand new veneers. Your smile has never looked this good, and you probably want to make sure it stays that way! Good veneers can last a long, long time, but only if you take good care of them along the way. Here are some tips to make your veneers last […]

Missing Teeth – More Than Just a Gap in Your Smile

While it is true that the most obvious effect of missing teeth is a gap in your smile, missing teeth can cause other problems that you might not be immediately aware of. For example, did you know that for every missing tooth you have you lose 10 percent of your chewing ability? Read on to […]

Study Reveals Tooth Enamel Structure Composition

The AP recently released an article making the claim that “there’s little proof that flossing works”. Their review cited a series of studies that found flossing does little or nothing to improve oral health. Here’s the problem: the studies were flawed . The AP concluded that floss does little for oral health, but it’s important […]

Strong Teeth

Teeth and bones are hard, heavy with calcium. However, teeth are very different from bones. Teeth are composed of calcium, phosphorus and other minerals. They are mostly made of calcified tissue called dentine, covered in hard shiny enamel. Unlike bone, teeth cannot heal themselves. Bone is also tucked away under the skin and teeth are […]

Orange Juice and Toothpaste

Everybody’s day starts a little differently, but we can agree brushing your teeth should always be a part of your morning routine! Are you a before-breakfast brusher? If so, you know the dreaded orange-juice-and-toothpaste taste that can follow! Orange juice is bitter and cereal with milk tastes strange! It’s only temporary, but it can really […]

Oral Health Spotlight

Oral Health Spotlight: Dental Visits Visiting your dentist is very important to your overall health. Even if you brush and floss regularly, you should still see your dental professional team for regular checkups and cleaning. Your mouth is full of bacteria that forms “plaque”, if this is not removed it can harden into ”tartar” that […]