NYC Smile Design Cosmetic Dentistry Blog

NYC Cosmetic Dentists Serving Manhattan and New York, NY

March 30, 2016
Porcelain veneers in Manhattan

To completely make over your smile, porcelain veneers can be a great option. Our cosmetic dentists, Dr. Ramin Tabib and Dr. Elisa Mello, have seen so many of their patients experience a life-changing boost in self-confidence after getting porcelain veneers. The great thing about these dental restorations is that they conceal multiple tooth flaws at once, including:

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March 28, 2016
NYC Cosmetic Dentistry Makeover for Summer

With the spring season in full swing, now is a great time to pursue the cosmetic dentistry you've been wanting for some time. Consider the top 3 reasons why:

  1. Your smile will look gorgeous in time for summer photos. Travel season is around the corner. Look Instagram-ready by rejuvenating your smile. Having a great smile to flash in photos...
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March 22, 2016

BOTOX treatment for gummy smilesMany people have "gummy smiles." This term simply means that when you smile, a significant amount of your gums show above your upper teeth. Although many people have a gummy smile, excessive gum tissue still tends to look like a characteristic that is outside of what most people consider an ideal smile. You may feel embarrassed when you smile and laugh. If the gum tissue is causing you to suppress your joy in this way, you should consider non-...

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March 21, 2016
AcceleDent in NYC for Orthodontics

Everyone who wears braces wants to be out of them as fast as possible. The same generally holds true for Invisalign®, which although virtually invisible, still requires wearing aligners that people want to be out of as soon as possible. AcceleDent® is an innovative intraoral device that can speed up tooth movement...

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October 08, 2015

Welcome to the blog of NYC Smile Design! We hope you find our blogs educational, inspiring and enlightening. We will cover a variety  of current dental topics, as well as provide you with answers and information about common dentistry questions and concerns.

After decades of experience in private practice, cosmetic dentists Dr. Ramin Tabib and Dr. Elisa Mello have truly honed their skills and work collaboratively to provide outstanding dental care for their patients. We provide comprehensive dentistry at NYC Smile Design with a focus in attractive, long-lasting cosmetic dentistry, including:

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August 13, 2015

Because so much of the work we do at NYC Smile Design is of a demanding technical nature, it's always a pleasure to share with our patients some of the philosophical ideas that others have expressed about teeth, as well as some useful information.

For instance: one of my favorite quotes is by Thich Nhat Hanh: Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile. But sometimes your...

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August 13, 2015

Our diet is very important for our general health, which is why we are always advised to maintain a healthy diet. This blog has dedicated much of its postings on how to stay healthy and maintain not only healthy teeth but prevent some of the common oral diseases. There is an additional reward to maintaining healthy diet:-healthy gums. Foods that are high in sugar and starches build up bacteria in your mouth that not only give you bad breath but can result to gum disease....

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July 31, 2015

Although people suffering from eating disorders are usually able to hide this disorder from their friends and family, dentists can always spot the problems. The symptoms are obvious because eating disorders constantly bathe the mouth in acid, which can damage the teeth and the gums. So it's no wonder that dentists are usually the first to discover these disorders in their patients. There are three major symptoms that dentists look for:


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July 31, 2015

According to Howard Langstein, M.D., a professor and the chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Rochester Medical Center who reviewed 120 facial CT scans and measured changes that occurred to the bones of the face over time. The results were published in the journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in January 2010.  The scans were form women and men.  With the aid of a computer program differing measurements were taken and the results were compared across different age groups.  The Use of a CT scan allowed for a more accurate measurement because of the ability to view and take measurements three...

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