March 13, 2020
Dear Valued Patients:
We here at Camenzuli Dental Excellence always value our patients and put your health and well being first. Dr Camenzuli has been closely following the Coronavirus updates and monitoring the ADA, and CDC recommendations to make sure we are staying current on any new updates for dental offices across the country. Having said that, we have decided to utilize a Teledentistry App called Dentulu to allow our patients to stay in close communication with our office during the unforeseeable future. This is a HIPAA compliant platform that allows you to privately communicate with our office. Please download the application on your android or iphone. You can use the code ( DENDR553034 ) and choose your provider from the list.
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February 10, 2020
Ever since you can remember, you always seemed to end every dental checkup
with at least one cavity, while your brother got off scot-free. You know for a
fact that you’ve always brushed and flossed more often than he does, so why do
you get more cavities? As it turns out, some people are simply more susceptible
to tooth decay than others. A dentist in Uptown New Orleans is here to talk
about five possible reasons why.
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January 4, 2020
Dental emergencies are difficult to deal with because they happen at the worst moments. Not to mention, if you’re not prepared, it can make the situation even worse. That’s why you should always contact your emergency dentist in Uptown New Orleans directly after the accident. They can schedule an appointment for as soon as possible to help ease your discomfort. Read on for some helpful tips to handle the most common dental emergencies until you reach your dentist’s office.
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December 10, 2019
It’s so easy to let loose during the holiday season. Family
is visiting from out of town, perhaps you have a few days off from work and you’re
ready to kick back and relax. Even though work might be taking a break and your
children (or cousins) are out of school, your teeth are still susceptible to
damage and decay just like any other month out of the year. Thankfully, you can
prevent dental emergencies and cavities by avoiding these four poor habits, as
recommended by a dentist in
Uptown New Orleans.
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