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Dentist in Pleasantville

Pleasantville Dental Office All you really need is one dental practice for all of your families needs, from kids to adults. Well, that’s certainly true if that practice is ours at Mainland Dental Associates. The reasons are simple: we have assembled a team of expert, highly skilled, experienced staff to meet the specific needs of […]

  • Posted on: Jul 17 2018

08232 Teeth Cleaning

Dental office in Pleasantville So often, the simplest things can make the most difference. And that is certainly true when it comes to our 08232 teeth cleaning. We at Mainland Dental Associates want you to know that a visit to our office every six months for a cleaning pays dividends with respect to your oral […]

  • Posted on: Jun 17 2018

Egg Harbor Twp/Pleasantville Dentist

With over 35 years in practice, Mainland Dental Associates are proud to offer a comprehensive array of family and cosmetic dentistry. Drs. Ira Mendelsohn and Ethan Zhang are committed to restoring and enhancing your smile using state-of-the-art technology. Dr. Mendelsohn, a highly regarded Pleasantville dentist, is determined to provide the very best in dental care […]

  • Posted on: May 10 2018

Is Chewing Gum Good Or Bad For Your Teeth?

  DID YOU KNOW that the average American consumes 1.8 pounds of gum each year? With so much gum going into our mouths it’s important to know how chewing gum affects our dental health. You may have heard that it’s both good and bad for your teeth… so what’s the real answer? Read on to find […]


4 Tips For A Younger Looking Smile

  THERE ARE COUNTLESS methods we use to try and turn back the clock on our appearance. Whether it’s hip wardrobes and hairstyles or costly cosmetic surgeries, people go to great lengths to recapture the look and feeling of their youth. Despite all of these anti-aging fads and gimmicks, studies show your smile can do more to […]


Baby Teeth Myths—Busted!

YOU MIGHT THINK that baby teeth don’t matter because “they’re just going to fall out anyway,” but think again! There are a lot of myths about baby teeth out there, so we’re going to set the record straight: here’s a list of the top four baby teeth myths, BUSTED!   Myth #1: Baby Teeth Aren’t Important Although baby […]


Your Frequently Asked Questions Answered!

  WANT TO KNOW what our patients have been asking us? Here are the top five frequently asked questions we get at our practice! #1: “How often do I actually need to visit the dentist?” For most people, twice a year. Even if you do have perfect oral hygiene, plaque and tartar buildup are inevitable. With a […]


Take Care Of Your Tooth Enamel

  TOOTH ENAMEL IS THE hardest substance in the human body. But don’t let that fool you–it’s far from invincible. In fact, there are things you may be doing on a regular basis that weaken your enamel, which could lead to more frequent cavities, tooth discoloration and sensitivity. Tooth Enamel Acts As A Protective Barrier The […]


Love Pumpkin? Your Smile Does Too

‘TIS THE SEASON FOR everything pumpkin. As the poster child of fall, pumpkin doesn’t just star in our autumnal decorations, it shows up on our menus too. And as far as we’re concerned, that’s a good thing. Pumpkin is great for your oral and overall health! Pumpkin: Fall’s Superfood We’re glad pumpkin has so many health […]


What Parents Need To Know About Thumb Sucking

THUMB SUCKING IS NORMAL for infants, but many parents wonder about its effect on their child’s future dental health. As a parent, you may have questions such as, “When should I be worried about thumb sucking?” or, “What will happen if my child continues to suck their thumb?” Because thumb sucking is so widespread–it’s estimated that about 75 […]


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