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What You Should Know About Implant Dentistry


As a provider of implant dentistry, we provide patients throughout the area with the ability to regain the appearance and functionality of their smile. Losing teeth can be ridiculously challenging. Most people never realize how important their teeth are to … Continued


As a Cosmetic and Implant Dentist, We Can Replace Your Loose Dentures


If you are tired of wearing dentures, visit our New York implant dentist office to learn how we can replace them with a new and secure dental implant. As a cosmetic dentist, we have several ways to replace your teeth … Continued


Scientific Reasons to Smile More and Visit a Laser Dentist in New York


Improving your smile is easy when you have the help of a laser dentist in New York. At our dental office, we have a variety of ways to improve a smile with modern dental techniques. Since we use lasers, we … Continued


The Technology Behind CEREC One Day Crowns


If you have heard of CEREC one day crowns, you may know that we can use them to treat patients faster than nearly any other restoration. If you have not experienced the technology first hand, you may not know how … Continued


How to Brush your Teeth Correctly.


  Chances are you are not brushing correctly. Typically, people put toothpaste on the brush and move the bristles back and forth. The toothbrush only leaves the mouth for spitting. It then goes back in the mouth. Think about it. … Continued


Oral Systemic Link


    Oral health issues may point to serious health conditions. Bleeding gums  could indicate leukemia , diabetes or gum disease.  Bad breath may indicate dry mouth, which in turn may be caused by Sjogren’s syndrome. On the other side … Continued


Waking up tired? Snoring can literally kill you.


  No, not because your spouse is ready to put a pillow over your head so that she or he can get some sleep, although that is a possibility. Snoring is usually a sign that you are suffocating while you … Continued


Laser Treatment of Periodontal Disease: The end of surgery.


Periodontal disease is characterized by bleeding gums, loss of bone, bad odor, and sometimes loose teeth. Conventional therapy includes deep cleanings followed by surgery to reshape bone and grow new bone. This involves cutting the gums, placing bone from other people … Continued


Heart Disease and Oral Hygiene


Poor oral hygiene may affect overall health including heart health. A new study from Finland found in a study of 500 people that those people needing root canal were three times more likely to have heart disease. Bacteria from the tooth … Continued