Archive for Dentistry

3 Tips for More Effective Brushing

July 15, 2017 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog, Dentistry

Brushing your teeth is essential for maintaining bright, white teeth and fresh breath. Don’t brush correctly, and you may develop gum disease, cavities, and other dental problems. Follow these tips to improve your oral health habits and brush more efficiently. Brush For Two Minutes Twice a Day Two is the magic number when it comes Read More

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New Years Dental Resolutions

January 22, 2015 by Dr. Emanuel Blog, Dentistry

With the new year here, many people are putting their New Year’s resolutions into full effect. Resolutions can vary from being professional goals such as making more money or getting a new job to personal goals including weight loss. One aspect of healthy living that is usually overlooked is ensuring that our teeth are kept Read More

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Dr. Emanuel Layliev’s Tips on Keeping a Bright Smile

July 21, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog, Dentistry, teeth whitening

Dr. Emanuel Layliev provided the Health and Beauty section of Parade with some insight on how to naturally maintain a white smile. While a professional whitening treatment is the best solution for fast and safe results there are also many ways to maintain a beautiful smile. For example, fiber-rich vegetables help keep your smile clean Read More

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4 Facts About Smiling—And Why You Should Call A New York Dentist Today

March 12, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Dentistry

Everyone has heard that laughter is the best medicine, but have you heard of the benefits of smiling, as well? Whether it’s natural or forced, the act of smiling itself can actually boost your mood. If you’re less than satisfied with your current look, there are still ways you can achieve a bright smile, thanks Read More

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Expert Dentistry To Correct All Your Tooth Problems In New York

February 7, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Dentistry

Everyone wants to have bright, white teeth, but there are many factors that can cause discoloration and stains. These discolorations can occur on the surface of the tooth or inside the tooth material. Sometimes, they are the result of foods and drinks that people ingest, and other times, they are related to health problems. Whatever Read More

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