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.
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...
The Best way to Clean Your Tongue

The Best way to Clean Your Tongue

At any given moment, your mouth is probably full of bacteria. That’s relatively normal, and in fact it’s even necessary for good oral hygiene. Unfortunately, a lot of those bacteria generate by-products which don’t smell very nice, especially after...
What’s the Point of Flossing?

What’s the Point of Flossing?

Your North Conway dental team wants you to maintain your pearly whites, which is why we always remind you to brush twice daily and floss every day. When combined with regular dental cleanings, your teeth and gums stay their healthiest. Do Adults Really Need Reminders?...
Halitosis: You Can Do Something About It

Halitosis: You Can Do Something About It

Bad breath, or halitosis, is a clinical issue usually caused by bacteria. Although some cases may be considered harmless, moderate and prolonged halitosis cases are a sign of more serious oral health concerns. Fortunately, halitosis can be relatively easy to cure once...
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