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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.

Schedule a Dental Checkup with Your Park Slope Dentist

July 23, 2017

Woman receiving dental checkupDuring World War I, poor oral health was an epidemic. In fact, dental health issues were the leading cause of medical discharge for military recruits. When a team of dental professionals were tasked with finding a way to improve oral health in the US, they determined prevention was the key to success. Their recommendation was for patients to visit a dentist two times a year for dental checkups to prevent oral health issues. Today, you should still visit your Park Slope dentist at least twice a year to ensure your healthy smile lasts a lifetime.

Don’t Say Ouch When You Eat Ice Cream – Get Help for Sensitive Teeth

May 25, 2017

Young guy experiencing tooth ache due to sensitive teeth According to a 2013 study, 1 in 8 people suffers from sensitive teeth. Most common among young adults, women, and patients who suffer from gum disease, this chronic oral health condition can negatively impact every aspect of day to day life from what you’re able to eat and drink, to caring for your teeth. It’s important that patients know dental sensitivity is never the norm. If you experience any level of sensitivity, call The Dental Spa of New York team right away. We’ll help you find the best solution for your situation.

Keep Smiles Healthy & Beautiful with Help from Your Park Slope Dentist

May 15, 2017

Pregnant woman with a beautiful smile achieved with help from her Park Slope dentist.A beautiful smile says a lot more about you than just telling your dentist how well you care for your smile (though that’s important too). In fact, numerous polls have revealed that people make some striking assumptions about others based on the appearance of their smiles including believing them to be smarter, better educated, and healthier. In addition to the personal impact of a healthy smile, numerous employment surveys have indicated those with better looking smiles are more likely to receive promotions or be hired. What does your smile say about you? If you don’t like the image your teeth project, The Dental Spa of New York can help. In order to ensure your achieve and maintain your healthiest, most beautiful smile, our Brooklyn, NY dentist and team would like to partner with you to create an ongoing oral health care routine both in our office and at your home that will ensure you have a beautiful, flawless smile. Contact us to find out more or to schedule an appointment.