Category Archives: General Dentistry

General Dentistry Ardmore PA

Oh, Prosecco, say it Isn’t So!

Just like trends in fashion change from time to time, we also notice certain patterns that revolve around food and beverage consumption. For example, in recent years, sales of Prosecco, the sweet sister of champagne, have started to soar. Prosecco is a lovely sparkling wine that is a hit at summertime gatherings due to its… [Read more]


Dental Hygiene Ardmore PA

Need a Reason to See Your Dentist? We Have Some!

We could assume that just about every adult in our country has seen the dentist at some point in their life. What often happens is that dental care begins during early childhood. Decades ago, before modern techniques and advanced knowledge had been gained, many children’s first experiences with dentistry involved the need for restorative care.… [Read more]


General Dentistry Ardmore PA

Seniors May Benefit from These Oral Care Strategies

Over the course of the last century alone, we have seen an enormous step forward for societies all over the world. In our country alone, we have gone from accepting many of the common age-related conditions as normal to developing strategies that take the bite out of aging. For example, we do not normally see… [Read more]


Dental Crowns Ardmore, PA

Need a Crown? We Cover All the Bases!

It’s never fun to need a dental crown. Usually, when a crown is needed, at least a little dental pain has developed. Our goal in providing patient care is to relieve that pain as quickly as possible and then to reinstate the highest degree of structural integrity to the tooth that has been damaged. We… [Read more]


Teeth Cleaning and Dental Hygiene Ardmore, PA

Pack These Dental Tips for your Summer Vacation

Who doesn’t feel the pull of the open road during the summertime months! Whether your plans for the summer include a road trip to visit family or friends, or a long flight across the pond, you no doubt expect to bask in the glory of downtime. Along with all those nights under the stars, summertime… [Read more]


A Lesson in Enamel Protection

When you look at your teeth, what you observe is the hard outer shell made up of enamel. Many people do not realize the importance of good, strong enamel. As it is, this material is the hardest in the body. However, it can be degraded if we’re not careful. Here, we will look at a… [Read more]


Fluoride treatments

Fluoride — Government Conspiracy or Tooth Savior?

Pick up a tube of toothpaste these days and virtually every one has fluoride in it. But what do you really know about this compound that originates with the element fluorine? If you’re in your 50s or 60s, you may remember when fluoride was first making its way into municipal water supplies. This started after… [Read more]


Halloween Candy to Avoid With Dental Crowns

Children and adults alike find it difficult to resist the treats that are the cornerstone of every Halloween. However, if you have dental crowns (possibly due to overindulgence on past Halloweens), some sweets can pose a threat to both your restorations and natural teeth. Main Line dentist Dr. Lindsey Marshall understands that candy is a… [Read more]


5 Essential Tools for Great Dental Hygiene

October is National Dental Hygiene Month. A healthy mouth requires diligent, everyday care, which is why Dr. Lindsey Marshall urges all of her Main Line patients to embrace her preventative dentistry philosophy. Preventative dentistry is dedicated to active prevention of tooth decay, gum disease, and other health issues before treatment becomes necessary. Preventing problems instead… [Read more]


General Dentistry Services for Healthy Aging

Dr. Lindsey Marshall doesn’t just believe that a beautiful smile is a focal point – it’s an expression of your personality and vitality. September is Healthy Aging Month, and Dr. Marshall would like to remind her patients in Philadelphia and throughout the Main Line how dental treatment can benefit your smile at any time of… [Read more]


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