With a few tips from our experienced family dentists, you can prevent all that Halloween candy from decaying your children's teeth. And, let's face it, maybe prevent cavities in your own teeth because what parent doesn't partake at least a little in the All Hallows' Eve sweets?
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Back to school is a hectic time. Many parents are racing to schedule appointments with the dentist before the first day, while for others the next visit will be here before they know it.
Routine dental care is an essential component of a healthy pregnancy. Below, we've covered some of the basics of dentistry as it relates to your growing baby. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call our Rochester dentists at 585-227-4390.
The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry is truly a family practice. Drs. Pogal and Sussman are joined by their daughter, Dr. Cassie Gandia, who is an experienced orthodontist. Dr. Gandia received her undergraduate degree from Emory University, going on to obtain her dental degree from Columbia. She completed an orthodontic residency at University at Buffalo.
Now is a good time to start thinking about your dental care in 2018, especially if you know you need certain dental work. The holidays can be very busy, and if you can't fit in an appointment before the end of the year, we encourage you to call us to schedule one in the beginning of next year.
Consistency is one of the many keys to happy healthy kids. Children crave regular routine, even when it comes to dental hygiene. Follow these useful general dentistry tips to help keep your kids' oral health in check.
It's not every day you get the opportunity to give back to a community in need. Fortunately, Dr. Paul Sussman got such an opportunity when he traveled to the Dominican Republic to offer dental procedures to patients who could not afford them.
The American Dental Association recommends that every day, you brush your teeth twice and floss once. Assuming you meet these basic requirements, and suffer no discernable dental issues, is it really necessary to visit your Greece general dentist twice a year for routine dental check-ups? The answer is yes!