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June is Men’s Health Month, which may prompt you to hit the gym, take up some group classes, and make healthy changes to your diet. To be sure, these are all good things, all necessary for a long and healthy life. They are not, however, the only issues impacting the health of males.
If you struggle emotionally or physically during dental appointments, you may be the ideal sedation dentistry candidate. The safe and effective sedation options offered at our Manhattan dental office can help even the most anxious of patients feel calm, comfortable, and at ease before, during, and after their appointment.
Dental erosion, also known as acid erosion or enamel erosion, occurs when acids soften and remove enamel from the teeth. Because enamel cannot simply grow back, dental erosion is a permanent condition. There are, however, several treatments that can be used to cover the eroded surfaces of the teeth and restore a more attractive, stronger, and less sensitive smile.
To learn about your acid erosion treatment options in Manhattan, call NYC Smile Design at 212-452-3344 and schedule a consultation today.
Sedation dentistry is a safe and effective way for men and women struggling with dental phobia to get the treatments they need for a healthy smile without nervousness or anxiety. If you feel anxious prior to dental appointments or if your nervousness about routine dental care prohibits you from seeking professional services, please call NYC Smile Design at 212-452-3344 to schedule a consultation and learn about our sedation dentistry options.
Every moment of every day is filled with choices. What you choose plays the most direct role in what you experience. What you experience informs what you choose next. It can be a tough pill to swallow, but nearly all of this is entirely within your control. Of course, external factors have to be taken into account as well – but at the core, at the very root of your life experience, your choices have the biggest impact. This is both a tremendous responsibility and an opportunity for liberation. You get to choose how to work with it.
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A new study published in the Journal of Dental Research suggests latent tooth infection increases risks for coronary artery disease, the most common type of heart disease.