The Many Tooth-Restoring Tools Of The Dentist In New York City

December 2, 2013 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Cosmetic Dentistry

From minor adjustments to major repairs, a cosmetic dentist can perform numerous procedures to fix tooth problems and correct their appearance. In fact, techniques and innovations over the years have made it possible to fix pretty much any problem using simple techniques, like Zoom whitening, or more complex ones, like dental veneers and crowns. In Read More

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Top Notch Dentistry In New York Can Correct Any Tooth Problems

November 25, 2013 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Cosmetic Dentistry

Most people are familiar with braces, and they have an idea of the discomforts and challenges that go along with having braces. However, there are alternatives to traditional braces that can still effectively straighten teeth. One newer method is called Invisalign, and it has numerous advantages. The New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry can recommend Read More

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Dental Bridges Can Create A Winning Smile When There Are Missing Teeth

November 18, 2013 by Dr. Emanuel Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are replacements for one or more missing teeth that literally bridge the gap. Typically, it is made up of a crown on either side of the gap that anchor a replacement tooth or teeth in the middle. The natural teeth support the artificial teeth and keep them in place. A Smile Makeover In Read More

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Reduce Your Risk of Tooth Decay with Fluor Protector

November 14, 2013 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog, Dental News, Dental Tips

One of the most abundant elements in the earth’s crust, the synthesized version of fluoride is commonly added to drinking water. This is done to reduce the prevalence of tooth decay in local populations. Water fluoridation is particularly important to children, who are far more susceptible to tooth decay than adults. Why is this? Because Read More

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Milk Protects against Tooth Decay, New Study Finds

November 12, 2013 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog, Dental News

When imbibed after breakfast, a glass of milk a day may keep the dentist away. A recent study found that the risk of tooth decay drops when milk is enjoyed just after breakfast. The decline is the result of decreased plaque acids, which milk may reduce by more than 50 percent! Completed by the Department Read More

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