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X-Out Problems Early with X-Rays from Your Park Slope Dentist

December 17, 2017

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hand of dentist reviewing x-raysThe old saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth more than 10 pounds of cure.” No truer words were ever spoken. When you take the time to be proactive and do what’s necessary to catch problems early, there’s less need for major undertakings to correct huge problems. A simple way to get in front of any approaching issues is to have X-rays taken by your Park Slope dentist to monitor your oral health. Learn more about why they are so important.


Why Are My Teeth Sensitive?

November 4, 2017

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An ice cold beverage.Enjoying an ice-cold beverage on a hot day takes on a different meaning when you suffer from tooth sensitivity. That cold beverage may be causing a painful twinge every time you take a sip causing you to avoid your favorite beverages and treats. Why are your teeth so sensitive? Your Park Slope dentist has the answers you’re looking for.


Dear Dentist, Is Tongue Pain an Emergency?

October 21, 2017

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sticking tongue outThe tongue is one of the oft-forgotten heroes of the body. It helps you speak clearly and enjoy your favorite foods; it’s an important part of the digestive system. But what should you do when your tongue is in pain? Usually, soreness or discomfort on this group of muscles isn’t a major cause for concern; the tongue is a resilient little body part that may be able to heal on its own. However, some tongue problems may require medical attention. Your dentist is here to explain a few situations when your tongue might need a helping hand.


What Do Your Teeth Say About You?

September 9, 2017

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A man hiding his smile.Do you find yourself hiding your smile when you meet someone new? Your smile makes a first impression, and it’s your best chance of making a good one! If you feel self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth, it may cause you to hide your smile, and this can affect your personal and professional relationships. If you would like to improve your smile, cosmetic dentistry offers many options. From teeth whitening to a full smile makeover, you’ll achieve the smile of your dreams! Here are some options for you to explore.


Why Good Oral Health May be Hard to Come by in Greece

August 13, 2017

Smiling woman in greek islandsThe American Dental Association and most dentists will tell you that the best things you can do for your smile are daily brushing and flossing and regular preventive dentistry appointments. Luckily, the majority of Americans still have access to good preventive dental care. For the people of Greece, economic decline, cut funding for healthcare, and an increase in consumption of cheap, sugary foods has lead to negative impacts on oral health. This beautiful oasis for tourists may be facing generations of struggles with their smiles.

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