Welcome back! We are happy to announce we have re-opened the office and have resumed providing dental care to the community, with additional safety protocols.

Vaping and Oral Health

Vaping and Oral Health

Vaping and Oral Health

With the rise of health risks associated with cigarettes, many have turned to vaping as a promised or perceived healthier alternative. This has made e-cigarettes popular over the last few years. However, what many have not considered is the impact the chemicals used...
When is a Tooth Extraction Necessary?

When is a Tooth Extraction Necessary?

Dentists often perform a tooth extraction. Most of the time, they will explore treatment options to see if they can preserve the tooth without pulling it. But there are some instances when it becomes necessary to extract a tooth. By necessary, it means it will need to...
How to Keep Tooth Enamel Strong

How to Keep Tooth Enamel Strong

Your tooth enamel plays an important role in helping to protect teeth from decay. Although it wears down over time, Dr. Allan Mulandi says that keeping it strong helps to keep your mouth healthy. Here are a few tips to help you keep your tooth enamel strong. Proper...
How Drinking Water is Good for Dental Health

How Drinking Water is Good for Dental Health

Your regular doctor always tells you that drinking plenty of water is important for your overall health. But you will also receive the same advice from the North Conway dental team at Eastern Slope Dental. Dr. Allan Mulandi will be glad to tell you why you should be...
Cavity Prevention: The Anatomy of a Cavity

Cavity Prevention: The Anatomy of a Cavity

Almost all adults above the age of 20 will develop at least one cavity during their lifetimes, which is why Dr. Alan Mulandi and recommend that all dental patients educate themselves about how to defend against cavity formation. What exactly is a cavity? A cavity is a...
How to Effectively Deal With Pregnancy Gingivitis

How to Effectively Deal With Pregnancy Gingivitis

A study presented to the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) indicates that around 40% to 80% of pregnant women suffer from pregnancy gingivitis. The hormonal changes when a woman is pregnant causes the gum to become more sensitive to the bacteria...
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