Mouth Watchers was founded by Dr. Ronald Plotka, a nationally renowned Boston area dentist with over 40 years of dentistry leadership. Operating a large practice in Swampscott, MA, Dr. Plotka has pioneered several oral healthcare advancements such as:
- Dental Bonding
- Tooth Sealants
- Same-day Crown Fabrication
Dr. Plotka is a national lecturer and dental expert. He sits on several boards including, but not limited to:
- Board of the Visiting Nurses Association
- Executive Director of the Dental Program at Marian Court College
- Board of Directors of Salem Five Bank
- Staff Dentist at Salem Hospital Partners
is dedicated to making life healthier with unique dental hygiene products and services combining superior quality and the very latest technology.
Mouth Watchers is passionate about giving back to our community. A percentage of our profits go to the Smiles for Life Foundation which is the charity arm of the Crown Council, an alliance of leading-edge dental teams that are passionately committed to promoting oral health, fighting oral cancer and serving their communities through charitable work.
With the recent change in the daylight saving schedule it is hard to miss the fact that we are all enjoying more sunlight in our day. I know I can feel a visceral difference as the days get longer. Most will probably agree, there is just something nice about leaving work for the day and having the sun still shining in the sky. With the waning of winter weather and daylight stretching into the evening hours, I am reminded of how important of a role sunlight plays in our overall health and well-being. The term vitamin D is a bit of a misnomer as the role of the molecule in the body is more of a hormone. It has been found to…
Seeing blood after you brush your teeth can be alarming, but don’t panic! You may be able to cure your bleeding gums without having to go to the dentist, depending on the situation. Let’s talk about what causes bleeding gums and when you should see your dentist about it. They may be tiny, but your gums have a big job. They protect the roots and neck of your teeth from bacteria.Without healthy gums, bacteria can sneak beneath your teeth and cause tissue damage. Eventually, the tissues become too damaged to hold your teeth, thus leading to loose teeth that can even fall out. What causes bleeding gums? 1. Gingivitis (gum disease) If you don’t brush or floss regularly, plaque…