April 7, 2018

Dentist - Denville, NJWhile alcohol’s effect on the body is known, there is not a lot of data about its part in oral diseases. Dentists, including ours at Denville Dentist, have a lot to say about its effect on your teeth, gums and mouth. For a dentist who understands these issues and how to treat them, bring your smile to us.

Moderate Drinkers Affected Too

You don’t have to be a heavy drinker for alcohol to affect your oral health. Although heavy drinkers are more likely to develop mouth sores, gum disease, and tooth decay, moderate drinkers can have problems too. A “moderate” drinker is a woman who has one drink daily or a man who has two. Drinking alcohol, even in moderation, can result in:

  • Staining: Red wine and mixed drinks with dark soda can discolor or stain teeth. Beer is acidic, which adds to the chance of staining, particularly if you drink dark beers.
  • Dryness: Alcohol dries the mouth, robbing it of the saliva that helps dislodge bacteria and plaque from your teeth.
  • Alcohol abuse: Those who drink too much, either on occasion or regularly, are more at risk of developing oral cancer.

Dental Services

The dentists at Denville Dentist can help address these problems. Along with whitening treatments for stains and crowns for chipped or broken teeth, we offer the following procedures and more.

Dental Implants

Replace missing teeth with dental implants that prevent loss of jaw bone. Implants are strong, durable and help prevent health issues that can occur with gaps.

Same-Day Crowns

No temporary crowns are needed while you wait for a new crown from the lab. Your dentists at Denville Dentist can design and bond same-day crowns during one session.

Invisible Braces

We can fit you for Invisalign® clear plastic braces. Nobody knows you’re wearing them as they work to move teeth gently into place discreetly.

Contact Us

Call our dentists, Dr. Adam Kimowitz and Dr. Hal Kimowitz at for a free consultation to learn how Denville Dentist can help restore your smile. Contact us for an appointment today!



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