Expecting an IRS refund for 2018 taxes? Maybe you have already filed and know exactly how much you're getting back. There are many things you could do with a refund, from shopping to utility bills, to savings and paying down debt.
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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?
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.
Feeling nervous about dental visits is not an uncommon anxiety. There are hundreds of thousands of Americans who experience fear of dental work. Sedation dentistry is designed for patients who are unable to get the care they need because they are so nervous about going to the dentist.
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.
Ready to renew your dental health for the New Year? At the practice of Dr. Meredith Pogal and Dr. Paul Sussman in Rochester, we are excited to help our patients reach their goals. Below, we outline some of the most common general dental problems.
From start to finish, the timeline for dental implants varies. It depends on several factors, including how many teeth are being replaced and the method used. In certain cases, dental implants can be placed in one day. In other cases, several months are required to allow the dental implant to fuse with the bone beneath the teeth, before a permanent dental crown can be placed. These are two different types of dental implants used in different situations.