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Why Should I Switch to Implant-Supported Dentures?

By | In Dental Implants

When it comes to replacing an entire arch of missing or severely damaged teeth, a number of options are available to patients—all of which can be beneficial for the right candidates. Our highly experienced and extensively trained implant dentist, Dr. John D. Beckwith, recommends implant-supported dentures whenever appropriate for patients, due to the immediate and long-term benefits the solution offers. […]

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Oral-Conscious Sedation Now Offered at Cornerstone Dental

By | In Practice News

Our team at Cornerstone Dental strives to connect with patients and make them feel as comfortable as possible while they undergo dental work. Even with the most gentle, high-quality care, many men and women still experience anxiety when getting their teeth cleaned or treated in another way. Dr. John D. Beckwith understands this common fear of going to the dentist, […]

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What Are the Effects of Tooth Loss?

By | In Dental Implants

If you have one or more missing teeth, you may notice it can take away from the overall appearance of your smile. What you may not realize, however, is that losing teeth goes far beyond aesthetics. Not replacing missing teeth can lead to a variety of side effects that get worse with time, which is why Dr. John D. Beckwith […]

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Cornerstone Dental Opens New Office in Green Brook

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Our team has recently expanded to a second office location in Green Brook, New Jersey! Dr. John D. Beckwith and Dr. Arlene O’Brien are offering the same state-of-the-art dental care that patients have come to expect at Cornerstone Dental’s main office in Hillsborough. At the new Green Brook office, our experienced dentists provide services ranging from general and family dental […]

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Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Oral Health Habits

By | In Family Dental Care

Could your oral health habits use a spring cleaning? Dr. John D. Beckwith and our team at Cornerstone Dental are committed to helping you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile by offering comprehensive family dental care services. Since good oral health starts with your daily routine at home, we’ve put together a handy checklist to help guide you in the right […]

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Top 5 Tips for Preventing Childhood Cavities

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Good dental habits start at an early age. By educating your children about how to take care of their teeth, as well as helping them carry out these routines, you are supporting their long-term oral health. Our goal at Cornerstone Dental is to help families understand the best ways to preserve their children’s healthy teeth and instill good habits for […]

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Dr. Beckwith Returns from Teaching at Dental Implant Course

By | In Practice News

Implant dentistry is a specialty that is constantly evolving, and to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements, Dr. John D. Beckwith regularly undergoes continuing education. This past December, he attended a course at the Zimmer Institute East in Parsippany, New Jersey. As a faculty member of the Institute, Dr. Beckwith also taught a section of the course covering surgical techniques […]

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What is the Difference Between Porcelain Crowns and Veneers?

By | In Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers and dental crowns are two popular methods of improving teeth that are structurally or cosmetically damaged. While both solutions can enhance the form and function of the affected tooth, porcelain veneers and crowns are usually chosen for slightly different reasons. A porcelain veneers is a very thin layer of porcelain-based material fixed to the front of the damaged […]

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Dental Implants vs. Bridges

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A missing tooth can do more damage than simply leaving a gap in your smile. When missing teeth are not replaced, more complicated problems can develop, such as bone loss, gum disease, or poor occlusion. Though dental implants and bridges can both successfully restore the form and function of the smile, each has distinct advantages. Dental implants look and act […]

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What is the Difference Between Bridges and Dental Implants?

By | In Dental Implants

A missing tooth can cause a number of problems, impacting more than just the aesthetics of your smile. When left untreated, the gap left behind by a missing tooth can increase the risk of gum disease, bone loss, malocclusion, and shifting facial bones. By replacing a missing tooth with a dental implant or bridge, form and function can be fully […]

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