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Benefits of Using an Endodontist

Jan 06 2016 By The Dental Expert

There are more than 15 million root canals performed each year in the U.S., making it one of the most common dental procedures. Here at Commack dental design we provide a simple procedure that can save your natural teeth and prevent unnecessary extractions and tooth replacements! A root canal is a procedure used to treat severely decayed or infected teeth. The inside of a tooth contains a soft material called pulp, a nerve that allows the…

Laser Dentistry

Jan 06 2016 By The Dental Expert

Commack dental design  It’s a Reality! Forty years ago, using a laser in dentistry sounded like something straight out of Star Trek.  More and more laser dentists now use lasers in dentistry treatments such as the removal of tooth decay, root canals and teeth whitening. At this point, dental technology is outpacing the dental consumer in every way. A great many people have never used a dental laser in their lives, yet more and more…

Network Insurances

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

Aetna Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Anthem Blue Cross of California Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program Cigna Delta Dental Delta PPO Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Guardian MetLife United Concordia Dental UnitedHealthcare

Cosmetic Laser Dentistry Q & A

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

What is laser dentistry? Lasers use highly-focused beams of energy to perform many tasks, and they’re widely used in many areas of medicine, including dentistry, where they may be used to treat decay and gum disease, and perform gum surgery and other procedures, replacing traditional techniques that are often more invasive. What are the benefits of laser dentistry? Because they’re so highly-focused, laser beams can provide much more accurate treatment compared to other instruments, resulting…

Cosmetic Dentistry Q & A

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

Commack Dental Design What does cosmetic dentistry include? Cosmetic dentistry is all about making your teeth look their best. It includes an array of treatments aimed at improving the aesthetics of your smile so you look great and feel confident. There are many types of cosmetic dental treatments aimed at correcting poor alignment, correct uneven edges, improve proportions, eliminate staining, correct surface defects like cracks or chips, and close gaps. Some of the most popular…

Invisalign

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

Commack Dental Design What is the Invisalign® system? Invisalign® is a type of orthodontic system that uses removable plastic aligners (trays) to move teeth into alignment over time. The trays aligners are clear, making them nearly invisible, and they’re changed about every two weeks to keep teeth shifting in the proper direction. Is Invisalign® better than traditional braces? That’s a matter of personal preference; however, Invisalign® does offer several benefits compared to traditional braces, including:…

General Dentistry Q & A

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

What happens during a dental exam? Your exam will begin with a complete medical history to determine your overall health and identify risk factors like diabetes or use of certain medicines that could make you more susceptible to oral health issues. Your teeth will be carefully cleaned to remove plaque and tartar buildup and to look for signs of early gum disease or decay. The hygienist will also be able to tell how well you’ve…

Sedation Dentistry Q & A

Nov 16 2015 By The Dental Expert

  What is sedation dentistry? Sedation dentistry, sometimes called “sleep” dentistry, uses medication to help patients relax and “sleep” during their procedure. Unlike general anesthesia that puts you completely “under,” sedation techniques enable the patient to be responsive to certain commands while remaining comfortable throughout the entire procedure. Sedation is ideal for patients with dental anxiety or fear of needles. Once your procedure is over, you may still be drowsy, so you will need to…

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Commack, NY
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