LGBTQ+ Teen Support

Dr. Cirka was featured in the Fall 2021 edition of the Carnegie Magazine! He was interviewed about helping LGBTQ+ teens create their own sense of belonging and also his experiences as a gay teen in the late 1980s. See the full story here: https://carnegiemuseums.org/carnegie-magazine/fall-2021/building-community-at-the-warhol/  

National Tooth Fairy Day

August 22nd is one of two National Tooth Fairy Days consistently. The day is committed to kids finding out about who and what the tooth fairy does when they lose a tooth. The day is praised two times per year with the expectation that your kid has a wiggly tooth around, at any rate, one of the assigned days. What’s more, the American Dental Association suggests that individuals get their teeth cleaned twice a year. These two recognition days are dispersed to help individuals to remember that reality. This August, if your youngster has a wiggly tooth, educate them regarding … Read more…

TikTokers Shaving Their Teeth

The app, TikTok, has been filled with users acting as DIY dental professionals. Users have become fixated on shaving their teeth to change the shape of their teeth. People are using metal nail files to shave down their enamel. The whole thing wild and is totally not safe for your teeth. ​If you try to file or shave your teeth at home, you can damage the enamel on your teeth, which can lead to a whole plethora of other problems. Not to mention, how sanitary are these metal nail files? People often cut their own hair, do unique makeup trends, … Read more…

Do You Have Yellow Teeth? Try Whitening Trays!

Special Do you have yellow teeth? Are you tired of over-the-counter whitening methods not giving you the smile you want? It’s time to make a change. Offices normally charge up to $800 for whitening treatments, but not us. All of May, we are offering $169 custom-made whitening trays! This deal almost too good to be true, so you should jump on it while it lasts! Clean Let’s talk about what there is to know about whitening trays. To get the best whitening, your teeth should be to a certain standard. It is ideal to have a cleaning done before applying … Read more…

Are Nightguards Important?

Are nightguards important? Were you aware that 1 out of 12 individuals grips or grinds their teeth while they sleep? Teeth grinders can encounter headaches, sore teeth, a throbbing jaw, and in any event, morning cerebral pains. By grinding while you rest, you are harming your teeth without knowing it. This can bring about chipping a tooth, wearing out your enamel, and jaw torments. One of the fundamental considers that outcome teeth granulating is pressure. By dealing with your pressure and wearing a specially designed nightguard you can ease torment and secure your teeth simultaneously. Let’s discuss a few reasons … Read more…

PDA Conference Summary

Dr. Cirka had the joy of being a guest speaker at the Private Dental Association gathering. During his discourse, he separated the key to his accomplishment in the dental business. Philadelphia Dentistry is the biggest dental practice in Philadelphia, yet Dr. Cirka’s prosperity didn’t come from the time being. In this blog entry, we will discuss the advice Dr. Cirka has about his success. 1. “Figure out what your vision is.” The primary key to progress Dr. Cirka talked about was that it is so essential to comprehend what your vision resembles. Basically, this implies making sense of what your … Read more…

How to Get Rid of Bad Breath

A huge number of individuals experience the ill effects of terrible breath. Most of the time, this issue comes from the tongue and gums. Terrible breath can make you feel humiliated, however, it is a more normal issue than you might suspect. We are here to give you a few hints about how to forestall terrible breath. We need you to feel confident! 1. Make sure you are brushing. Make sure you are brushing your teeth! You should brush in the first part of the day when you wake up, and in the evening before you hit the hay. By … Read more…

Our Favorites

2020 is finally coming to an end. It was a crazy year, but all in all 2020 gave us the privilege of getting Philadelphia healthy. In addition to getting our city healthy, we enjoyed educating patients about dentistry. Let’s go through some of our favorite articles published this year, as they are timeless and always a good read! Debunking Myths There are a number of dental facts that the general public doesn’t know the truth about. For example, people tend to think if their teeth don’t hurt, they must be healthy. This common misconception leads patients to suffer sometimes in … Read more…

National Dental Hygiene Month

The long stretch of October is National Dental Hygiene Month! Out of appreciation for the public month, we are going to exhibit our group’s hygienists. Our hygiene team comprises of Rachel, Jen, Sara, and Alyssa. Tooth be told, our hygienists are rock stars! Rachel Rachel has been with our group since 2019. She serves on Pennsylvania’s Dental Hygiene Association as the Administrative Chair for the Southeast segment. She appreciates the education that she gains from her instructive courses. Her center is ensuring that all patients comprehend the association between oral well-being and foundational well-being, while at the same time inspiring … Read more…

The Best and Worst Halloween Candy

Everyone’s sweet tooth comes out during October. Halloween is right around the corner and you see candy everywhere. There’s candy in the breakroom at work, your parent’s kitchen, and filling the grocery store aisles. It’s no secret that candy isn’t the best thing for your teeth. However, when eating it in moderation, have you ever considered the best kinds to eat? Let’s talk about the best and worst candy for your teeth so you are prepared for this Halloween! Hard Candies Hard candy is one of the worst kinds of candy for your teeth. This type of candy requires you … Read more…