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.

Reasons to Not Delay Dental Care

Reasons to Not Delay Dental Care

Reasons to Not Delay Dental Care

Have you spotted a possible cavity in one of your teeth? Are your gums sore? Sometimes the temptation is to wait until it starts to bother you more before scheduling an appointment with your Mount Washington Valley, NH dentist. Delaying dental care can end with some...
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...
Avoid Bad Breath By Brushing Your Tongue

Avoid Bad Breath By Brushing Your Tongue

By now, you hopefully know that you should be brushing your teeth twice a day, but you might not know about the importance of brushing your tongue. The surface of your tongue is the ideal breeding ground for bacteria that can cause bad breath. But left unattended it...
Why is the Roof of my Mouth Swollen?

Why is the Roof of my Mouth Swollen?

Have you ever noticed the roof of the mouth as it begins to swell? Maybe you didn’t even realize it had become swollen. It’s actually a common thing for many people. Here are some of the most common causes and when you need to seek professional help for...
Calming Fears of Toothpaste with Fluoride

Calming Fears of Toothpaste with Fluoride

Given two options, to treat or prevent, we would hope you’d choose prevention rather than treatment. That’s why your North Conway dental team wants to reassure you about fluoridated toothpaste. Fluoride a naturally occurring mineral that is used in toothpaste to not...
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?...
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