How the Opioid Crisis is Impacting Your Dental Care

Although as a state we are not alone, New Hampshire currently claims the sad designation as the leader in fentanyl fatalities. What is fentanyl? Basically, heroin on steroids. This synthetic drug is so powerful that an overdose is almost a guarantee. While that might read like a perfect warning sign, as obvious as a skull…

Six Ways to Whiten Your Teeth

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season kept us on our toes here at Crown Dental, but the new year has a ready to recommit to our monthly blog, designed to keep you updated on the current advice, news, and tips for your healthiest smile. In light of the new year with everyone dusting…

Don’t Fall into the Sugar Trap…

After a summer season that often feels too short to New Hampshire natives, fall is well underway, bringing with it cooler temperatures, stunning colors, and anticipated flavors… like pumpkin spice. We all have that friend who loses her mind as summer draws to a close and coffee conglomerates announce the return of pumpkin spice everything.…

Your Baby’s First Visit to the Dentist

Having a new baby is a wild ride marked by a series of firsts – little signposts signaling their development and growth. First steps, first word, first solid food – there’s a host of moments to remember and celebrate. But, in all the excitement of these fledgling accomplishments, one important first is often overlooked –…

It’s Electric…

…you know the rest. Turns out, Marcia Griffiths was onto something back in 1983, with Electric Boogie – a catchy tune that has been re-rocked out to at countless weddings, despite the chagrin of most involved. But, in the realm of best dental care, all things electric are taking center stage. In fact, Crown Dental…

Let There Be Light!

Preferably, an LED curing light… Though it’s tough to take in your surroundings when your dentist is working away in your mouth, you might have noticed a blue light during some stage of your dental care, particularly if you’ve ever needed to have a cavity filled. That blue light is called a curing light and…