We want to let you know, our doors will remain open during the outbreak. Our doctors, hygienists, and staff are committed to making sure you and your family are always in the safest environment, from our waiting rooms to each individual operatory, tool, pen, and counter top that you may come in contact with. For over 19 years it has been our leading belief that a healthy mouth leads to a healthy body, and vice versa. That begins as soon as ...Read more
To Our Valued Patients,
We understand that you may have concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Your dental health, overall well-being and safety is our priority at Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry. We would like to assure you that our providers are sanitizing all their workspaces before and after services. Our team is regularly cleaning and sanitizing the lobby and common areas, wiping down chairs, tables, displays and restrooms. In addition, there is hand sanitizer available throughout the office. We want to assure you ...Read more
During National Children's Dental Health month, Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry’s dentists and staff visited local schools and daycares to raise awareness of the important role pediatric dental care plays in overall health. The Riccobene dentists recommend the following oral health tips to maintain a healthy smile and effectively prevent children from getting cavities. • Brush for two minutes, two times a day.
• Don't forget to floss!
• Make regular dental appointments for teeth cleanings and to minimize any damage with early treatment.
• Replace your ...Read more
As you all know, the flu this season, as well as the corona virus (COVID-19), have become a very serious concern in the community! We, at Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry, want our patients to know that we do not take these risks lightly, and we are taking every precaution to help keep you safe. We pride ourselves on helping you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamed of, restoring dental health, but also, here at Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry, we care ...Read more
Although it may not have the name recognition that cavities do, gum disease is an equally serious dental condition affecting many Americans. In fact, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults. A growing body of research shows that gum disease may increase your risk for other serious health conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease. Today, we want to talk about gum disease, warning signs to look for, and the potential link between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
What ...Read more