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Periodontitis Treatment Guide: Different Stages You Should Expect

If you’re an adult age 30 or older, you’re at risk for periodontal disease. In the United States, an estimated 42% of your age group suffers from periodontitis. The good news? In the earliest periodontal disease stages, your dental healthcare team can minimize the negative impact on your teeth, gums, and overall health. If caught early enough, […]

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How to Get Healthy Teeth: 5 Easy Ways to Protect Your Teeth

Practicing good oral hygiene keeps your teeth and gums healthy. But did you know that oral health goes beyond gum disease and cavities? Believe it or not, your oral health is correlated to your health in general. For example, leaving a gum problem or tooth decay untreated, not only causes you pain or tooth loss […]

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What is a Periodontist: A Guide on the Common Traits

Good oral health care can mean a number of things. Of course, daily brushing and flossing is part of maintaining a healthy smile. But some problems can’t be solved with simple brushing alone. In fact, some oral issues are unique enough that even a regular trip to the dentist won’t do the trick.  A specialist […]

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Do Dental Implants Hurt? Get Over the Cringe in This Guide

Did you know that up to 98% of dental implants are successful? You might be wondering do dental implants hurt? This article will cover everything about implants from the entire procedure to if there’s any pain involved. Read on to find a complete guide about this dental procedure, and feel more comfortable about the process.  Pre-Surgery Examination Before […]

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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost: Everything You Need to Know

About one-third of Americans are unhappy with their smile due to reasons like crooked teeth, stained teeth, or even missing teeth. Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so it’s understandable to feel nervous showing your pearly whites. But there are ways to fix your smile. Dental implants are one way to gain […]

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Ouch My Bleeding Gums! 7 Things that Could be Causing it and How to Treat it

How often do you brush your teeth? Ideally, you want to do so at least twice a day — any less and you risk the chance of cavities. Flossing is important too. If anything, it’s one of the best things that you can do to prevent gum disease. How else would you be able to […]

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How to Get Healthy Gums: 5 Easy Lifestyle Changes You Can Make

We all grow up learning to take care of our teeth. Otherwise, we put ourselves at the risk of developing cavities. Unfortunately, improper gum care can put us at risk, too.  According to this CDC report, 47.2% of adults age 30 years and older develop some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal is an advanced form of gum disease […]

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Dr. Prabha Krishnan of Forest Hills, NY Completes Four Year Term as Trustee on the Board of the New York State Dental Association

FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (PRWEB) JULY 31, 2019 Dr. Prabha Krishnan, DDS, PC, a periodontist practicing in Forest Hills and Queens, NY, recently completed a four year term as a Trustee on the Board of the New York State Dental Association. “It’s been one of my greatest joys to be so involved in the oral health of […]

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Lasers Are In: Why LANAP Might Be Better than Traditional Gum Surgery

If we’re all being honest with ourselves, none of us are as good at maintaining our oral hygiene as we ought to be. Most of us skip flossing every now and then, and who hasn’t gone to bed without brushing their teeth on occasion? While missing the occasional dental hygiene checkpoint isn’t a crime, with […]

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Queens, NY: Top 10 Reasons You Would Benefit From Dental Implants

Over 69% of Americans between the ages of 35 and 44 years have at least one missing tooth. And that percentage just goes up for people in older age categories. There are various dental options to deal with missing teeth, though!  Read on to learn 10 benefits of dental implants — and why you should […]

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