Thursday, March 30, 2017

Dr. Oshidar Teaches Other Dentists About Implantology

Over the weekend, Dr. Oshidar held another successful continuing education course for other dentist who want to learn more about implementing implants into their practice.
Teaching and consulting other dentists is a one of Dr. Oshidar’s true passion, so he loves the opportunity to share his knowledge about using the latest technology and methods in Dental Implantology.

One of the dentists in attendance wrote this wonderful Google review:

“If you attend his seminar, you can tell right away how much Dr. Oshidar genuinely enjoys sharing his knowledge and experiences with other fellow doctors. Especially for young dentists, like myself, who’s seeking for a mentor who can inspire you and guide you to a right path to success, I definitely recommend to attend his future seminar. You will be able to learn not only dental technical skills but also his unique efficient way to manage the office. If you have a right mindset and attitude to learn, Dr. Oshidar will be more than happy to be your long term teacher and mentor.” – Dr. Soolim Lee

Learning more about Impact Implant Seminars …

Saturday, March 18, 2017

If My 21-Month-Old Can Floss – So Can You!

Dr. Oshidar’s Daughter Arianna Demonstrating Correct Toddler Flossing Technique!
The American Dental Association recommends cleaning between your teeth once a day to help prevent cavities and gum disease. Cleaning between your teeth, helps remove a sticky film called plaque. Plaque contains bacteria that feeds on leftover food or sugar in your mouth. When that happens, it releases an acid that can eat away at the outer shell of your teeth and cause cavities.

We all know we should floss every day! But that doesn’t mean we are actually doing so. According to a recent study, nearly a third of Americans never floss their teeth.  So what gives???

In order to successfully start flossing your teeth on a daily basis, you have to make it a habit. Here are ten great tips to help establish a new flossing routine.
  1. Know the Consequences of NOT Doing It. Understanding the scary outcome of failing to floss will give you some serious motivation to do so. Bleeding Gums, Tartar Buildup, Bad Breath, Premature Tooth Loss, Tooth Discoloration, and Cavities are just a few! The list goes on and on … 
  2. Find a Flossing Friend. It should not be hard to find a friend to make the change along with you. Having someone else to hold you accountable will keep you motivated as well. Make a pact to text a picture of yourself flossing each day!
  3. Make a Month Long Commitment. Telling yourself you have to do something for 30 days seems a lot more manageable than “FOREVER”.  However, in reality, three to four weeks is more than enough time to establish a new habit. 
  4. Put it in Writing. Doing so will clearly define what your plan is and keep you focused on success.
  5. Do it Every Day. It is harder to establish a habit from a behavior you only do a few days a week, than to create a daily habit. Moreover, it is recommended that you floss EVERY day.
  6. And Be Consistent. Consistency is key to make a behavior stick. Flossing at the same time and in the same place every day will create cues for your mind and body to start initiating the behavior almost automatically.
  7. Form a Trigger. Similarly creating a ritual you perform right before you floss, such as humming the same song as you brush your teeth or winking at yourself in the mirror before you take out the floss will create an autopilot over time.
  8. Give Yourself Friendly Reminders. So you don’t forget to floss when you are rushing or tired in the beginning, write a note and stick it to the bathroom mirror or set yourself a daily timer on your phone.  
  9. Take it One Day at a Time. Rome was not built in a day. Give yourself time to establish a new daily flossing habit. If you forget one day, just try to remember to do it the next day.
  10. If At First You Don’t Succeed … Try Try Again. Your first attempt may not be successful. You may floss for a few days in a row and then forget for a few days. But don’t throw in the towel! Just shake it off – tell yourself you are going to start again – and know that it may take a few tries but you WILL be successful in the end! And your teeth, gums, and DENTIST will thank you for it!

Thursday, December 15, 2016

14 Days Left – Last Chance to Schedule Your Dental Appointment!

There are only 14 working days left to schedule an appointment before the end of the year. This will be your last chance to use your insurance benefits before they expire.

You're probably paying a monthly premium to keep your insurance, so be sure to use it before 2016 is over.

Call the office at (908) 245-1745 to reserve your appointment before it's too late!

From all of us at Roselle Park Dental, have a happy holiday and new year.

Here's to a great 2017!!!

The Roselle Park Dental Team

Our holiday hours:
12/24 - Closed
12/25 - Closed
12/26 - Closed

Monday, December 5, 2016

End of the Year Insurance Reminder: Limited Appointments Left!

Just a friendly reminder – if you have dental treatment you've put on hold, now is a good time to schedule an appointment to maximize your insurance benefits.

Even if you don't need extensive treatment, you should schedule a regular checkup and cleaning appointment to help prevent costly procedures in the future. You're probably paying a monthly premium to keep your insurance, so be sure to use it before the year end!

Now may also be a good time to use any remaining flexible account dollars. Flexible accounts are created to set aside pre-tax dollars for medical and dental expenses, but if that money is not used before the end of the year, it is lost to you forever.

Our holiday season is booking up quickly – we only have limited appointments left – so call us today at (908) 998-4698 to schedule your appointment. If you have any questions about your insurance coverage or benefits, we would be happy to help you. We look forward to seeing you!

Monday, November 28, 2016

5th Annual Community Give Back Day Was a Huge Success!

On November 18th, we held our 5th Annual Community Give Back Day and opened our doors to help neighbors in need of dental services free of charge. We gave away over $12,000 worth of free dentistry, treating over 20 people who received dental care including cleaning, fillings, extractions and x-rays.

Towards the end of the day, one lucky patient received a complimentary dental implant from Dr. Oshidar who performed the implant while training an associate doctor on proper procedures.

All of us at Roselle Park Dental are truly so grateful for our patients, so each year we look forward to this special event when we get to give back!

TAP into Roselle Park attended the event – read the news story here:


Thursday, November 3, 2016

Roselle Park Dental is Now a Clean Air and Surface Zone

Roselle Park Dental is now a clean air and surface zone, using the Beyond Guardian Air with Space Age Technology called ACTIVE PURE, which is made right here in the USA.

ACTIVE PURE removes odor-causing bacteria from the environment. ACTIVE PURE also eliminates mold, mildew, VOCs, viruses, and other contaminants from air and surfaces, which is ideal for anyone who suffers from allergies or asthma and make our office the freshest it’s ever been.

Call us at 908-998-4696 to schedule your next visit and experience the super clean air at our now even better office! For more information about ACTIVE PURE, go to

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Roselle Park Dental Team Making Strides for Breast Cancer Prevention

On Sunday, Dr. Oshidar and many of the Roselle Park Dental team members walked for the American Cancer Society to provide support to those touched by breast cancer. They joined 3,000 other walkers at Newport Plaza in Jersey City who cumulatively helped raise $313,600 for the Making Strides of Jersey City event!

The American Cancer Society has been saving lives for more than a century. Every day, 500 lives that would have otherwise been lost to cancer are saved. None of it would be possible without the generosity of donors like you. Your dollars help us to help people now who are fighting breast cancer in every community, while working to free the world from the pain and suffering of breast cancer tomorrow.

Donations are still being collected on our team’s behalf at or via mailed check to our local American Cancer Society office:
American Cancer Society
Attn: MSABC Jersey City
986 S. Springfield Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081

Donate $25 to our fundraising campaign and help the American Cancer Society save more lives from breast cancer!