Accidents can happen at any time, and dental emergencies are no exception. But having a well-equipped dental first aid kit at home can make a significant difference in handling unexpected dental issues promptly and effectively. Keep in mind that all dental emergencies should warrant a phone call to your dentist in Auburn. However, having a… Read More
The human body is complicated, and the connection between various bodily systems can often surprise us. One such connection gaining increasing attention is the link between dementia and oral health. While these two might seem worlds apart, research is revealing a fascinating relationship between the two that emphasizes the importance of oral hygiene and regular… Read More
Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia, is an incredibly common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can lead to discomfort, difficulties in speaking and swallowing, and even dental problems if left untreated. But what exactly causes dry mouth? How can it impact oral health? What are some practical and effective ways you can… Read More
Needing to get a dental procedure can be a nerve-wracking experience, so is not knowing what to expect after treatment. It’s important to know that your dentist in Auburn will do everything they can to make every visit to their office comfortable. But what if you do experience discomfort after a procedure? The truth is, there… Read More
Playing sports and being physically active is great for overall health. However, sports and other activities that involve physical contact can come with a risk of dental injury. That’s why your dentist in Auburn will always recommend that both adults and kids wear a mouthguard while playing sports. In fact, mouthguards are one of the most… Read More
Gum disease is a serious oral health issue that affects millions of people worldwide. It’s a bacterial infection that can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. Fortunately, it is preventable with good oral hygiene, regular dental checkups with your dentist in Auburn, and other preventative measures. Causes of Gum Disease Gum disease is caused… Read More
So much more goes into maintaining a healthy smile besides brushing and flossing your teeth and seeing your dentist in Auburn, although those are certainly important. Everything from what we eat and drink to our everyday habits can impact oral health. In fact, there are many habits that are bad for teeth, and some of… Read More
Asthma affects an estimated 25 million Americans. This lifelong respiratory disease can be found in both kids and adults and can make it hard to breathe, causing wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness. But outside of these scary respiratory symptoms, could asthma also affect oral health? Let’s check in with your dentist in Auburn. Cavities Many… Read More
Nobody plans for a dental problem, but they do happen. When they do, they can be worrisome. Dental problems can appear to come on suddenly, and many can be painful. However, several types of oral health conditions can often be prevented, or at least treated before they cause trouble, by seeing your dentist in Auburn… Read More
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, a time when healthcare professionals come together to raise awareness of this sometimes deadly condition. Oral cancer isn’t necessarily a death sentence and can often be treated successfully when it’s caught early. Of course, your dentist in Auburn wants to do everything we can to help the cause, so… Read More
I absolutely love my new CEREC® crowns. It was great to have them all taken care of at the same time and they look and feel so natural. Next year we will do the other side!
You matched the one tooth perfectly – nobody can tell I have a veneer done.
My teeth were healthy and strong but very, very yellow and you could see that marks that bands had left on them. I had always been very self conscious of my smile. Dr. Nangle explained a procedure (facings). So we did mine and I am glad we did. They really look so nice and very, very natural. There are a few restrictions – pretty small price to pay for a beautiful smile you always wanted.
Thank you for the finest dentistry that I have ever received in my 76 years. It I am so grateful to you. I will be your strongest supporter as the best dentist in NYS. I also want to thank you for selecting the best staff that I have ever been exposed to. They are wonderful.
I cannot thank you enough for your many kindnesses over the years. If it weren’t for you, I probably wouldn’t have a tooth left in my collection.
Thank you for all your kindness throughout the years you have shown to me. You are a very special dentist that shows compassion to your patients and treats those like you want to be treated. Thank you again. God Bless.
The smile is great! Thanks again.
Dr. Dave – Thanks so much for making my day, you truly do love what you do and you are very good at it.
Everything looks and feels great! Thanks again for such a nice job on the bridge.
I had teeth pulled yesterday and I am a big baby when it comes to going to the dentist, Dr. Jon and the staff were so amazing and patient with me...Thanks so much!!!
Thank you guys for getting me through my root canal. I'm such a baby, but now that I've had it done I feel like superwoman, I can get through anything :) Every staff member I've dealt with has been so nice and reassuring. Thanks again, see you soon!
They go ABOVE and BEYOND for their patients...I showed up one day at their office in horrible pain, didn't call but was desperate!! They were so great to me, they helped me and even called me later in the day to make sure I was feeling better! They are the best dentist I have visited in the area. They are reasonable priced and you will not find a better office, everyone is fantastic!
I have been a patient of Dr. Nangle for 25 years and was a patient of his fathers before that. Obviously I trust him with my smile :)
I love Beautiful Smiles. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. I got my first filling today and they were so patient with me! Thank you so much for your great service!!!