About Steinberg & Associates

Dr. John Steinberg is committed to providing excellence in dentistry, and stands out as a leading dentist in the Tri-County area. The doctor uses the latest in dentistry techniques to provide you with a beautiful and healthy smile. Additionally, Dr. John Steinberg believes strongly in education to prevent oral health problems before they occur, and makes sure to keep patients fully informed about their dental health. Find out more about Dr. John Steinberg below. Dr. John Steinberg has built his practice on integrity, compassion and excellence and is committed to providing outstanding care. Dr. John Steinberg is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and taught at the dental school as a clinical instructor for two years before entering private practice. He has completed hands on courses in both Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, providing his patients with comprehensive care. Dr Steinberg belongs to various study clubs presenting and discussing exceptional care.

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

What Causes "Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?" Being mammals, human babies drink milk. It provides all the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. However, as children get older and their primary baby teeth begin to emerge, drinking milk can pose the risk of cavities and "baby bottle tooth decay." In general, milk is very healthy [...]

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay2021-09-17T19:19:39+00:00

Dry Socket, A Painful Setback

What Is Dry Socket? What to know after an extraction. You probably know that missing a tooth can cause problems. Of course, it leaves behind a gap in your smile, affecting your appearance. But it can also impact your ability to eat properly and cause other oral health problems. Yes, a missing tooth is never [...]

Dry Socket, A Painful Setback2021-09-17T19:16:59+00:00

Dental Bad Habits

Some Bad Habits Are Hard To Break Often, people think of their teeth as indestructible, engaging in high-risk activities, or using them for things they just aren't well-suited to do. Avoid these bad habits to keep teeth strong and healthy. Using Teeth as Tools Conventional wisdom says there's no substitute for the correct tool. Well, [...]

Dental Bad Habits2021-06-30T16:04:08+00:00

Diastema… Closing The Gap!

What Is A Diastema? A diastema is a technical term for a gap between your teeth, especially the front two incisors. In recent years, with celebrities such as Michael Strahan embracing their natural smile, diastemas have become more acceptable and mainstream. Furthermore, many people find it endearing or feel that it provides a distinguishing feature. [...]

Diastema… Closing The Gap!2021-06-30T16:02:21+00:00

Periodontal Pockets

What Are Periodontal Pockets? Measuring periodontal pockets — depths and implications. Healthy gum tissue fits tightly and firmly against teeth. However, with age and/or declining oral health, this tissue can loosen and sag, forming periodontal pockets around the teeth. When this occurs, it can often become an ever-increasing problem, as it becomes easier and easier [...]

Periodontal Pockets2021-06-30T16:01:05+00:00

Tooth-Colored Fillings vs. Amalgams

With advancements in dental materials, cavity fillings have come a long way. It used to be commonplace for dentists to use amalgam fillings to treat teeth affected by decay or cavities. Today, more and more people opt for tooth-colored fillings. What Are Tooth-Colored Fillings? Tooth-colored fillings are composite resin that typically contains a ceramic & [...]

Tooth-Colored Fillings vs. Amalgams2021-06-30T15:59:59+00:00

Dental Care For Seniors

Why Oral Health Is So Important To Seniors As we age, proper oral health is just as important as ever. And, there are additional concerns to take into account. Seniors living on a fixed income may have limited access to care, as well as health issues such as age-related memory loss. If you are a [...]

Dental Care For Seniors2021-06-12T16:57:26+00:00

What Is A Root Canal?

What Does It Do? And Will It Help My Toothache? A root canal is a dental procedure to save a painful or infected tooth. One dental procedure that's widely known to the general public is the root canal. Though the phrase is strongly associated with toothaches and pain, the truth is closer to the opposite. [...]

What Is A Root Canal?2021-06-12T16:56:28+00:00