NYC Smile Design’s blog has been selected as one of the Top 50 Cosmetic Dentistry Blogs & Websites to Follow in 2018. Compiled by Feedspot, this list of cosmetic dentistry blogs was created using social metrics and other factors that help determine a blog’s usefulness and popularity. We are honored to have been placed...Read More
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Photo-documenting your wedding day allows you and your partner to share the experience with friends and family who were not able to attend, to revisit memories with those who were, and to remember the sights, sounds, and celebrations in private moments with each other. Viewing photos can spark laughter, joy, and the loveliest of sentimentality, even reigniting passion as...Read More
April is Alcohol Awareness Month, giving us an opportunity to really reflect on the impact alcohol has on oral health.
Alcohol threatens oral health on two fronts: enamel erosion and risks for oral cancer. Alcohol causes dehydration, which reduces saliva production. Without proper saliva production, the acids in alcohol are less likely to be quickly removed from the teeth. This leads to enamel erosion and increases risks for sensitivity, infection, and...Read More
Dental erosion, also known as acid erosion or enamel erosion, can lead to a number of discomforts. Untreated, it can lead to a host of problems, including tooth loss. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms included on this infographic, you may be suffering from enamel loss. We can help.
Call NYC Smile Design at 212-452-3344 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tabib or Dr. Mello and learn about the many treatment options we offer for sensitive, yellowed, and damaged teeth.
TMJ, also known as TMD, is the named given to a handful of disorders that cause the jaw to become misaligned. In some cases, TMJ is a result of trauma. Jaw misalignment may also be caused by developmental irregularities and bite issues, though the cause of TMJ is not always known.
Regardless of its cause, TMJ can be an incredibly uncomfortable problem. Issues linked to TMJ include:
- Clicking, popping, or...
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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.
Bulimia and Acid Erosion
Often lumped into “tooth replacement options,” dental implants do not actually replace missing teeth in the same way as a set of dentures or a dental bridge. Instead, dental implants replace the roots of missing teeth, providing an anchor for many different types of restorations.
Which type of replacement tooth or teeth will work best for you can best be determined during your evaluation with one of...Read More
Metal braces? Ceramic braces? Invisalign®? Six-Month-Smiles®? With all of the orthodontic options available these days, it can be difficult to choose the best one for your needs. Take our short quiz to learn more about the options available at our Manhattan office and which solutions may be suitable for you. Then call our office at 212-452-3344 to schedule a consultation and learn more.
Dental implants are small titanium screws that are inserted directly into jawbone to replace the roots of missing teeth. Replacing the roots of missing teeth is important for the preservation of both bite strength and facial structure. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that work to address both of these problems.
When a tooth is lost through trauma, infection, or decay, its root is lost as well. Tooth roots secure teeth into the jaw, but also serve to signal the body to continue fortifying bone around the teeth. When a root is gone, those signals cease...Read More