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Why are my gums receding?

Many people with receding gums may have no concerns about them early on. It’s one of those slow and incremental changes that are hard to notice right away. But overtime, the problem is prevalent and cannot be ignored. So, how can you know whether or not your gums are receding? Your best bet is to… Read More


Spreading the love to thousands of Raleigh children

The holidays are officially just days away. While many families are racing to purchase and wrap their final presents, others are not as fortunate. Luckily, we have organizations like Capital City Clauses. This organization works tirelessly to deliver holiday joy to thousands of children across Wake County. It’s just one more reason that reminds us… Read More


Dental commercials: Should you believe the hype?

You’ve seen the commercials — the ones that remind you of the diligent dental regiment you need for great, long lasting teeth. But do those recommendations actually work? It’s time to stop believing the hype and get to know the truth about the priorities you need to have when it comes to your dental health…. Read More


A dentist for men

Finding the right dentist for men starts by understanding how men view their overall health. Most men won’t willingly go to the doctor. Majority of men aren’t eager to have their aches and pains evaluated. Most men have no interest in having their teeth cleaned regularly — that’s what they made toothbrushes for, right? Those… Read More


The dotted line between oral health and overall health

There is no separation between oral health and overall health. While your primary physician isn’t responsible for evaluating your gums, and your dentist isn’t responsible for analyzing your blood work, there are clear connections between what’s happening inside your mouth and what’s happening to the rest of your body. We’ve put together the conditions and… Read More


Make the bleeding stop

Whether in the dental chair or at home, most everyone has experienced the dreaded bleeding gums. You’ve likely had the scenario play out at least once before — brushing or flossing only to notice blood staring back at you. You may have just rinsed and moved on because a little bit of blood doesn’t seem… Read More


The Different Types of Whiter Teeth

If whiter teeth is something you’ve always dreamed about, you are not alone. At Russo Dentistry, our focus on aesthetic dentistry lends itself to patients who want healthier, brighter smiles. There are different ways to getting whiter teeth. It varies by patient depending on what kind of stain is present. More specifically, teeth become discolored… Read More


A Smile Can Say A Lot

Do you ever wonder what a better smile would do for your confidence and for your life in general? Whether you like it or not, your smile says a lot about you. A smile can brighten up a strangers’ day or it can be provocative to the opposite sex. It gives an insight into not… Read More


Seeing is Believing

I’ve learned even in 2017, dentistry may be a mystery for most people; and that’s sad. That said, I get it! It was a mystery to me growing up in rural western Pennsylvania. I can still remember the wood paneling on every square footage in our family’s dental office run by a gruff local dentist… Read More


It’s Okay to Indulge!

“I just want to live a little and have fun!” It’s a common phrase I often hear from people that have unhealthy habits for their lifestyle and their teeth, and I’ve come to realize that the reality of the situation is that these kinds of habits are most likely going to continue. Hey, I get… Read More