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Whitening Trays: How to Use Them

Using your teeth whitening trays is crucial in ensuring they work effectively. Follow Drs. Sam and Rebecca as they explain what steps you need to take to properly use your teeth whitening trays. Step 1: If You Tend to Be Sensitive… Additionally, you may speak with your dentist regarding further desensitizing options that work best […]


5-Ways The Flu Compromises Oral Health

It’s official, 2018 flu is the worst with hospitalizations higher than ever seen since tracking has begun in 2005 and it’s far from over. The CDC predicts that although it has probably peaked, there at least 11-13 more weeks of influenza to go. Most people who get the flu see improvement in several days to […]


Dental Trends To Leave Behind In 2018

New year, new you… right? No? Whew, me neither. Even though we may not have become entirely new people over the course of the last few weeks, wellness is still at the forefront of everyone’s minds. And since dental health is an integral part of our overall health, there are a few key trends you […]


5-Ways Exercise Helps You Sleep Better

Working up a sweat at the gym can lead to more restful Zzz’s at night. Just 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity a week enhances the quality of your sleep by 65 percent and leaves you feeling more energetic all day. Developing a regular fitness regimen can transform the way you sleep at night […]


Why My Patients Love Solea Laser

I work in a midtown Manhattan dental office and have a lot of busy patients. Solea Laser allows me do in one visit, what could take many visits with a conventional drill. My patients truly appreciate being able to be treated quickly and painlessly in one visit.  Dental phobic patients are not uncommon, their anxieties run deep and can […]


Raising The Barre For New Year’s 2018

Every New Year we all resolve to start a new fitness regimen. In fact last year, despite being the most popular resolution, only 8 percent of people actually followed through. It’s extremely hard to keep it going regularly and once we’ve fallen off the wagon it gets harder and harder to get back into fitness […]


Dr. Sam’s Holiday Gift Guide 2017

Still scrambling to find a holiday gift for your family/friend/co-worker/work wife/work husband/dog walker/hair stylist/manicurist/doorman? Luckily, there’s one thing that they ALL have in common… they’ve all got teeth that need some TLC.  Who wouldn’t want a gift that can give them a sparkling smile AND improves their overall health and wellness? Check out our fun […]


Pumpkin Soup That’s ‘Gourd For You

  Nothing more comforting then pumpkin soup with some toasted pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top to warm you on a chilly winter’s day. How often is something delicious also healthy? Well pumpkins are loaded with vitamins that include.Zinc, Magnesium and Vitamin A which boosts gum health, strengthen teeth and promotes healing damaged gums. Just one […]


Tooth Tips For Halloween

  From Halloween candy to pumpkin lattes to candy canes… These holidays can be hard on your teeth! It doesn’t make sense to deprive you or a child entirely, we all know how that story ends, with an eventual binge! Here are some tips for helping to keep your mouth healthy this season for children […]


Increased Cancer Risk For Women With Gum Disease

This one is for the ladiessssssss As if I needed another reason to preach about the benefits of maintaining a healthy mouth, a study by the American Association of Cancer Research states that post-menopausal women who have periodontal disease are at an increased risk of cancer. And with October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, this […]


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