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35 E 38th St 1D New York, NY 10016

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Phone: 646-722-1108


441 Clinton St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

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Phone: 718-625-2929

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1667 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10029

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Phone: 212-289-4131


136 E 57th St. #1604 New York, NY 10022

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Phone: 212-752-8181

Is Fluoride Good or Bad For You?

We hear a lot about fluoride – it’s in most toothpastes, and can even be found in the water we drink. Fluoride is converted from the element fluorine, which can be found within plants, soil, fresh water, sea water, the air we breathe and many foods. Needless to say, fluorine comprises much of the nature…

Added on: November 16, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

5 Tips To Curb Those Sugar Cravings

With the holidays right around the corner, deliciously tantalizing sweets are going to be popping up left and right. After a weekend of trick or treating, we will be spending the next few weeks polishing off halloween candy just in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas to arrive. The holidays are filled with tradition, and that…

Added on: October 26, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Should I Be Wearing A Nightguard?

Have you noticed that your jaw feels a bit more sensitive lately? – or maybe you’re experiencing frequent headaches, which never seemed to be a problem in the past… if this is the case for you, it may be related to a condition called bruxism.    Simply put, bruxism is a condition that occurs when…

Added on: September 28, 2022

What Is An Abscess Tooth And What Causes It?

If you have noticed an uncomfortable, tender feeling in your mouth that isn’t going away, there is a chance you may be dealing with an abscess tooth. So what is an abscess tooth? Simply put, it’s a pocket of pus that forms within your mouth from a bacterial infection.    If you have an abscess…

Added on: August 31, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

What Are the Main Causes of Tooth Loss?

Taking care of your oral health and seeing a dentist regularly are crucial in helping you maintain the longevity of your teeth. In fact, certain causes of tooth loss can actually be within your control and getting checkups and cleanings regularly can help you immensely. Although avoiding tooth loss is possible, it is important to…

Added on: August 10, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Why Are My Teeth Sensitive?

Have you noticed that your teeth hurt when you eat something cold or drink something hot? Do they hurt when you apply any pressure? If you answered “yes” to either, you have sensitive teeth! But don’t fret – tooth sensitivity is a common occurrence for people of all ages and a dentist can help you…

Added on: July 20, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

The Long-Term Effects of Smoking On Your Teeth

Although the frequent use of tobacco has lowered in recent years, smoking is still a major public health problem worldwide. Chewing tobacco, smoking tobacco and using e-cigarettes (vaping) doesn’t just affect your lungs – it hurts your entire body, including your mouth. In short: people who smoke are at a higher risk of developing oral…

Added on: July 13, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Proper Brushing and Flossing Techniques

Our teeth play a crucial role in our daily lives, and it’s important to make sure you’re taking the best care of them by keeping tartar buildup and gum disease away. Believe it or not, there are proper techniques to flossing and brushing your teeth – are you using them? How do you know? Read…

Added on: July 6, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

What To Do For Dry Mouth

Saliva plays a big role in the health and function of your mouth. It helps to keep the area moist, clean, and even helps digest food. Saliva controls the bacteria and fungi in the mouth, which means that without it, you may begin to experience symptoms that aren’t so easy to ignore. Not making enough…

Added on: June 22, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Why You Should Never Ignore A Toothache

Are your teeth feeling sensitive lately? Whether it’s dull, periodic pain or ongoing sensitivity, a toothache should never be ignored. Tooth sensitivity can occur as a symptom of a more serious oral condition, which is why maintaining a proper oral hygiene routine is so important. Tooth pain can make it difficult to work, eat and…

Added on: June 15, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

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