General Dentistry

Now That I Can Go to the Dentist, How Can I Minimize My Risk?

By: Dr. Samantha Rawdin We’re not sure about you, but we were literally counting down the days until Governor Cuomo said that we could enter Phase II of reopening the state. During all that downtime we had, we spent many hours planning on how reopening would impact the safety of our patients and our employees. …

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We’ve Reopened – What To Expect At Your Next Dental Appointment

We have reopened our office and look forward to welcoming you back! NY state has officially allowed dental practices to start seeing patients on a routine basis as of June 1, 2020. In preparation, we reviewed new protocols with our staff and made sure everything is in place for a safe return to practice for …

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Nasal Breathing: Your Secret Weapon Against COVID-19?

By: Rosie Torres, R.D.H. We already know that coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is spread similarly to how other flu-like diseases spread – through saliva or mucus droplets in the air. But did you know that the body has a natural filter for that? It’s called the nose. With May being “Mouth Breathing Awareness” month, let’s …

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Improving Your Smile With Composite Resin Bonding

How can composite resin bonding be used in improving the smile?

Imperfections of the smile can make a patient feel self-conscious about how they look when they interact with others. Some patients may avoid smiling when socializing, while others may hide their smile behind their hands. Instead of hiding and avoiding contact with others because of the appearance of the smile, patients are urged to work …

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5-Signs You Have A Cavity

By: Dr. Andrew Koenigsberg Most of the time you cannot tell if you have a cavity. Like most chronic diseases, (think high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease), there are no symptoms until the disease is very advanced. Fortunately, now days we have diagnostic aids to detect disease before there are symptoms. That is why it …

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