Laser Dentistry Benefits | Gum DiseaseTreatment

Laser Dentistry Benefits | Gum DiseaseTreatment

One of the most common ways to treat gum disease is with a procedure called scaling and root planing. With advanced gum disease, the gums begin to pull away from the teeth, exposing the tooth roots and as a result they can become covered in hardened plaque, a substance called tartar or calculus. Scaling and […]

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Why Gums Receding

Why Are My Gums Receding?

Gum recession is a surprisingly common problem, and many people don’t realize they have this issue until their teeth begin to look significantly longer than before. The problem results in the gum tissue surrounding the teeth gradually becoming worn away or beginning to pull back, exposing more of the actual length of the tooth or […]

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Do Your Gums Bleed When Brushing Teeth

Do Your Gums Bleed When Brushing Teeth?

So you noticed a little bit of blood on your toothbrush this morning. Did you panic or did you put it down to brushing too hard or perhaps just catching a bit of your gum? Many people will put down to using too hard a toothbrush. It’s possible that this might be the case as […]

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Top Tips for Maintaining Healthy Gums

Top Tips for Keeping Your Gums in the Pink

People often judge their dental health by the appearance of their teeth, and imagine that if they are a nice white color then they must be healthy. While this might be the case, it does ignore the health of your gums. These pink pieces of soft tissue have an extremely important role to play in […]

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Gum Recession, Things You Need to Know

Gum Recession, Things You Need to Know

Gum health is often overlooked and many people assume that as long as they look after their teeth that their gums are somehow irrelevant. In fact this couldn’t be further from the truth as gums are vital for good dental health. If you take a look at your gums, you’ll see they are designed to […]

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gummy smile solution in midtown Manhattan

Gummy Smile Solution in Midtown Manhattan

Do you find you show too much gum when smiling? This is called a gummy smile and can overshadow an otherwise appealing and healthy appearance. If this is the case, Dr. Rahmani from Midtown Manhattan says, it might appear as if your upper teeth are too short in comparison to the amount of gum tissue […]

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Gum Disease Natural Treatment: Wild Blueberry Extract

Gum Disease Natural Treatment: Wild Blueberry Extract

Who doesn’t love the taste of fresh blueberries and this fruit has long been promoted as being exceptionally healthy. However recent research has found that wild blueberry extract could fight gum disease and be a gum disease natural treatment.   How to Stop Periodontal Disease Unfortunately gum disease is incredibly common, especially amongst adults and […]

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Diabetes Gum Disease Look after Your Teeth and Gums

Diabetes Gum Disease? Look after Your Teeth and Gums!

Diabetes gum disease becoming an increasing problem in the United States and figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 29.1 million people have diabetes, which is an astonishing 9.3% of the population. Out of this figure around 8.1 million people are undiagnosed. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes then you’ll probably […]

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How Diabetes Affects Oral and Gum Health

How Diabetes Affects Oral and Gum Health

Dr. Rahmani is a board certified periodontist and Dental Implant Specialist. Our state of the art facility equipped with the most advanced perio equipment available in USA including latest lasers & high precision microscopes. We work with top dental labs in NYC and use only highest quality dental components available on the market today.    […]

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Heart Attacks, Periodontal Disease Linked in a New Study

Heart Attacks, Periodontal Disease Linked in a New Study

There have been numerous studies conducted into the link between heart attacks and severe periodontal disease, and a new study has also connected these two serious health conditions. This study was conducted by researchers from the University of Granada who analyzed data from 112 patients who had been unfortunate enough to have an acute heart […]

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