Dr William Moskowitz, DDS, FAGD, LLC

Dr William Moskowitz, DDS, FAGD, LLC

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My daughter's last dental bill was....wait for it..... $230.00. Get it?🤣
Mouth Healthy is a patient centered website supported by the American Dental Association. Mouth Healthy has a focus on patient education in numerous aspects of dentistry and oral home care.
Check out this article on flossing, that discusses why it should be part of your oral home care routine. It provides information on how flossing protects you from cavities and gum disease. In addition, there is a video with a step by step tutorial for a flawless floss!

Our team of truly unique individuals build and maintain relationships. We are excited to deliver an unrivaled experience supported by our commitment to advanced education, innovative technology, and our high standards for exceptional dentistry.

We dedicate ourselves to partnering with our well-informed patients by taking time to learn their true needs and desires, and customizing their treatment. We are a dental practice devoted to restoring and enhancing your natural beauty by using conservative, state-of-the-art procedures that will result in beautiful, long lasting smiles!

Operating as usual

Photos from Dr William Moskowitz, DDS, FAGD, LLC's post 08/01/2021

More pictures of our fun office day..

Photos from Dr William Moskowitz, DDS, FAGD, LLC's post 08/01/2021

Love the opportunity to thank my staff for all the support and hard work they do every day.

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores 06/04/2021

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores

Canker sores can happen to anyone, at any age. Although simple canker sores are mostly common in the age group of 10 to 20, complex canker sores can happen at any age. Complex canker sores are rare but people with a history of simple canker sores are prone to them. Scientifically, there is still an open and unsettled debate as to what precisely causes canker sores. Unlike most other dental or oral problems, canker sores do not have a surefire specific cause. There are many arguments and speculations. While there can be some rare factors for an individual, these five reasons are the most common and widespread causes of canker sores among all and sundry.

1. Vitamin deficiency
Most problems of the skin and outermost layers of the human body in areas such as the inside of the mouth are owing to vitamin deficiencies. In case of canker sores, the specific vitamin is B-12. Kids require more vitamins than adults because they are consistently growing and the body keeps demanding more vitamins. Also, kids are the most averse to vitamins. Fruits and vegetables are not typically a dear favorite of the young guns. Thus, vitamin B-12 deficiency is rather common among kids. If this is the cause of canker sores, then taking vitamin capsules or applying the contents of vitamin B-12 capsules directly to areas where sores have developed can offer quick and painless results.

2. Nutritional deficiency
It has been noted in several studies that canker sores are either caused or triggered further when there is a deficiency of folic acid, zinc, or iron in the human body. Deficiencies of calcium can also cause canker sores, but more than causing them, calcium deficiency can worsen the situation. Healthy eating is the best solution to such a nutritional deficiency.

3. Stress/injury
Stress on the tissues or any type of injury in the mouth can cause canker sores. Since the sores are actually tiny ulcers, they can be caused by any kind of hard brushing or eating something that can cause bruises or lead to tissue inflammation in the mouth. Also, many people suffer from injuries from dental equipment such as braces. Using harsh mouthwashes or oral products that can damage the outermost layering of the mouth can also lead to canker sores. Poorly fitted dentures, brushing too roughly, not keeping the mouth clean, or using any harsh product can lead to stress or injury of the tissues and that may cause canker sores!

4. Fruits and vegetables
Ironically, some fruits that are considered to be very healthy due to their nutrients are actually not desirable when one has canker sores. Many citrus fruits are highly acidic and can cause or worsen canker sores. While it is not entirely accurate to state that fruits such as oranges, lemons, or pineapples can in and of themselves cause canker sores, they can when there is already some stress on the tissues and the surfaces inside the mouth are prone to burn or react to the acidic nature of the fruits. Strawberries, figs, tomatoes, and apples are some of the foods that should be avoided if one has canker sores.

5. Poor immune system
People who have a poor immune system are more prone to canker sores. It is difficult to find a specific correlation of immune system with canker sores and pinpoint what exactly is in one’s immunity that triggers canker sores, but the fact that the immune system cannot prevent or repair it quickly is reason enough to consider it to be a contributing factor. Besides, there is evidence that gastrointestinal problems and other diseases contribute to or cause canker sores.

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores Canker sores do not have surefire causes, but there are several common factors. Here's what you can do help prevent these painful ulcers.

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores 06/04/2021

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores

Canker sores can happen to anyone, at any age. Although simple canker sores are mostly common in the age group of 10 to 20, complex canker sores can happen at any age. Complex canker sores are rare but people with a history of simple canker sores are prone to them. Scientifically, there is still an open and unsettled debate as to what precisely causes canker sores. Unlike most other dental or oral problems, canker sores do not have a surefire specific cause. There are many arguments and speculations. While there can be some rare factors for an individual, these five reasons are the most common and widespread causes of canker sores among all and sundry.

1. Vitamin deficiency
Most problems of the skin and outermost layers of the human body in areas such as the inside of the mouth are owing to vitamin deficiencies. In case of canker sores, the specific vitamin is B-12. Kids require more vitamins than adults because they are consistently growing and the body keeps demanding more vitamins. Also, kids are the most averse to vitamins. Fruits and vegetables are not typically a dear favorite of the young guns. Thus, vitamin B-12 deficiency is rather common among kids. If this is the cause of canker sores, then taking vitamin capsules or applying the contents of vitamin B-12 capsules directly to areas where sores have developed can offer quick and painless results.

2. Nutritional deficiency
It has been noted in several studies that canker sores are either caused or triggered further when there is a deficiency of folic acid, zinc, or iron in the human body. Deficiencies of calcium can also cause canker sores, but more than causing them, calcium deficiency can worsen the situation. Healthy eating is the best solution to such a nutritional deficiency.

3. Stress/injury
Stress on the tissues or any type of injury in the mouth can cause canker sores. Since the sores are actually tiny ulcers, they can be caused by any kind of hard brushing or eating something that can cause bruises or lead to tissue inflammation in the mouth. Also, many people suffer from injuries from dental equipment such as braces. Using harsh mouthwashes or oral products that can damage the outermost layering of the mouth can also lead to canker sores. Poorly fitted dentures, brushing too roughly, not keeping the mouth clean, or using any harsh product can lead to stress or injury of the tissues and that may cause canker sores!

4. Fruits and vegetables
Ironically, some fruits that are considered to be very healthy due to their nutrients are actually not desirable when one has canker sores. Many citrus fruits are highly acidic and can cause or worsen canker sores. While it is not entirely accurate to state that fruits such as oranges, lemons, or pineapples can in and of themselves cause canker sores, they can when there is already some stress on the tissues and the surfaces inside the mouth are prone to burn or react to the acidic nature of the fruits. Strawberries, figs, tomatoes, and apples are some of the foods that should be avoided if one has canker sores.

5. Poor immune system
People who have a poor immune system are more prone to canker sores. It is difficult to find a specific correlation of immune system with canker sores and pinpoint what exactly is in one’s immunity that triggers canker sores, but the fact that the immune system cannot prevent or repair it quickly is reason enough to consider it to be a contributing factor. Besides, there is evidence that gastrointestinal problems and other diseases contribute to or cause canker sores.

The top 5 reasons why people get canker sores Canker sores do not have surefire causes, but there are several common factors. Here's what you can do help prevent these painful ulcers.

05/28/2021

This weekend is the perfect time to reflect on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Our way of life is paved by those before us, and we should never forget it

This weekend is the perfect time to reflect on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Our way of life is paved by those before us, and we should never forget it

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We want to thank Danielle from ArtWorx Events for an evening of fun and art. We all loved it!

[03/06/21]   Survey: Dentists See Increase Of Stress-Related Dental Conditions
Dentistry Today reports, “More than 70% of dentists surveyed by the ADA Health Policy Institute are seeing an increase of patients experiencing teeth grinding and clenching, conditions often associated with stress.” The new figure marked “an increase from ADA data released in the fall showing just under 60% of dentists seeing an increase in these cases among their patients.” The survey also “found that a little more than 60% of dentists saw an increase in other stress-related dental conditions including chipped and cracked teeth and temporomandibular joint disorder symptoms such as headaches and jaw pain.”

02/20/2021

We wish our very own Dr Matt Penner a very Happy Birthday ! Cheers and a wish for many, many more happy and healthy ones!

We wish our very own Dr Matt Penner a very Happy Birthday ! Cheers and a wish for many, many more happy and healthy ones!

Tim Conway/Harvey Korman dentist sketch - Carol Burnett Show 02/14/2021

Tim Conway/Harvey Korman dentist sketch - Carol Burnett Show

It's Valentines Day and this year we can all use a laugh, no better way than Tim Conway and Harvey Korman

Tim Conway/Harvey Korman dentist sketch - Carol Burnett Show

[01/20/21]   Bottled Water
Drinking water with fluoride helps prevent tooth decay. However, if your family drinks bottled water, you may be missing out on those benefits. That’s because many bottled waters do not contain fluoride. If fluoride isn’t listed on the label, consumers may contact the bottler to learn if their bottled water contains fluoride.

Also, if you use a home water filter and bottle your own water, you may be removing the fluoride from your tap water. Visit the ADA Seal page for a list of water filters that do not remove fluoride from tap water.

mouthhealthy.org 12/24/2020

Download a 12-Month Brushing Calendar - American Dental Association

https://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/resources/activity-sheets/brushing-calendar-2021?utm_source=morninghuddle&utm_medium=email&utm_content=fromtheada

mouthhealthy.org Make it a resolution to brush twice a day for two minutes! Download this 2020 brushing calendar for your family.

[12/24/20]   All of us at the office want to wish everyone a happy holiday full of good health and happiness. Let's all look forward to a better 2021.

11/11/2020

The ADA, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and more than 60 organizations are asking the Food and Drug Administration to prohibit menthol as a characterizing flavor in ci******es.

“The scientific evidence strongly establishes that the availability of menthol ci******es both increases the level of smoking initiation and decreases the level of smoking cessation,” wrote the coalition in a Nov. 10 letter to FDA. “There is a growing body of evidence that the elimination of menthol ci******es would lead a substantial number of current menthol smokers to quit smoking rather than switch to non-menthol ci******es in response to a prohibition on menthol ci******es.”

The groups also urged the FDA to prohibit menthol flavoring

11/01/2020

Hope everyone had a good/safe Halloween.. Our future and present dentists did. Our office will be closed for vacation this week and re-open on Monday November 9. Please call us for your emergency needs.

[09/27/20]   Our office will be closed Monday September 28 for a religious observance. We will be open on Wednesday September 30.

09/11/2020

NEVER FORGET

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New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com I totally felt safe, staff is making sure everything and everyone is sterile. Great visit, fast and efficient as usual, staff is always friendly and puts you at ease!

rateabiz.com 09/05/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com Dr. Penner did a great job and now my night guard is very comfortable.

rateabiz.com 09/01/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com I love Dr. Moskowitz and all his staff. They are the best. I know I get quality care, feel comfortable and safe because of the Coronavirus. I am in good hands. Highly recommend.

rateabiz.com 08/31/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com The best dentist and staff evet

rateabiz.com 08/26/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com Dr Moskowitz and his team are outstanding. They are extremely friendly and courteous. They go out of the way to make your visit special.

rateabiz.com 08/24/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com Dr. Moskowitz has been my dentist for 30+ years. Always professional and very knowledgeable. Elisa is the best! And I am lucky to have her as a hygienist. The office made me very comfortable and safe during these Covid-19 trying times. Great job!

rateabiz.com 08/17/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com My dentist (who I had been going to for about 30 years) retired and recommended going to Dr. Moskowitz for future dental needs. My wife and I went to see him for the first time this August. He and his staff are knowledgeable, professional, and caring! They take the time to explain everything and rea...

rateabiz.com 08/13/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com thanks for the professionalism !!!!!

rateabiz.com 08/13/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com I highly recommend Dr. Moskowitz and his staff to everyone who seeks the highest quality dental care!

rateabiz.com 08/11/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com Dr. Penner and their whole staff were wonderful! Went their for semi-annual visit and will continue to have my dental work done there.

08/11/2020

Today was our hygienist Sharon's last day working at our office. She is moving North to be closer to her children and grandchildren. I want to thank Sharon for 14 years of camaraderie and helping to treat our to the highest standards. I wish her all the happiness she deserves as she moves to this next and exciting chapter in her life.

08/11/2020

My 9 year old grandson came to visit the office this morning and left with something for the tooth fairy. His mom was kind enough to send us a photo of the letter he wrote...

rateabiz.com 08/10/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com My experience was very positive, as usual. This was my first 'covid time' visit and the staff took every precaution needed for a safe visit. Everyone was professional and helpful. Alicia, hygienist, did an excellent cleaning, as usual, and Dr. Moskowitz was attentive and thorough, as usual.😊I hav...

rateabiz.com 08/08/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com First time back getting an annual check up during COVID-19. From the moment you walk in all precautionary measures are taken to ensure your safety as well as the staff. The quality of care has not changed and it remains stellar! Pre or post pandemic, Dr Moskowitz, Dr. Penner and the entire staff con...

rateabiz.com 08/06/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com The staff was wonderful starting with the moment you enter the office. Dr. Moskowitz was very nice and explained everything and told me my options. Would highly recommend.

rateabiz.com 07/29/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com I never feel stressed when visiting Dr. Moskowitz's office. Even the more extensive procedures are typically pain-free or only mildly discomforting. The work performed is excellent. A partial dentifrice made a number of years ago continues to be exceptional in fit and durability. And I haven't had a...

rateabiz.com 07/28/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com I have been going to Dr. Moskowitz for over 20 years. He is professional, honest, and caring. My entire family uses his practice. Meryl, my hygenist, does an excellent job at cleaning my teeth, and teaching me the proper techniques for home care.

rateabiz.com 07/27/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com Excellent experience. Spotless office.

rateabiz.com 07/25/2020

New 5 Star Review

rateabiz.com My wife and I went to Dr. Moskowitz for the first time this past week with the retirement of our dentist who had been taking good care of us over 40 years - through his introduction, of course. Dr. Moskowitz and his entire staff were truly professional. They were all so kind, friendly and made us fe...

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.....And on the way home in the limo we remembered the songs from the show
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My granddaughter Brooke finding a unique use for an electric toothbrush. TOOTHBRUSH ART at camp
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1323 State Route 34
Aberdeen Township, NJ
07747

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Tuesday 8:30am - 8:30pm
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