What many people don't realize is that their oral health directly impacts their overall well-being. Our dentists have spent decades studying the relationship between the health of the teeth and gums and overall health, and have focused on incorporating treatments into our practice that take the whole body into account. All of our Manhattan, New York general dentistry services are designed to help patients maintain healthy smiles and healthy lives. We educate all of our patients about how to properly care for their smiles and practice optimal oral hygiene on a daily basis.
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General Dentistry Manhattan, New York
During every consultation, our team thoroughly evaluates the gums and teeth to ensure our patients’ periodontal health. Our goal is to detect, diagnose, and treat periodontal (gum) disease before it develops into a more serious problem. We remove harmful plaque and bacteria in order to restore the gums to their healthiest possible state. Fine Dental NY, a general dentistry practice serving Manhattan and surrounding areas of New York, also utilizes the Perio Protect® method to help manage the growth of bacteria in between the teeth and in the pockets that develop as your gums pull away from your enamel. Our dentists craft customized dental trays, which are used in conjunction with cleansing solutions, to help remove invasive matter and develop complete home-care regimens for continued dental health. Contact us to learn more about the periodontal treatments that we offer.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder can cause constant, often extreme pain in the face, head, and neck. Discomfort in those regions is a result of the dysfunction of temporomandibular joint, the joint that joins your lower jaw to your skull, located on either side of your head. The disorder affects millions of Americans; however, it can be treated and/or managed. Dr. Fine and Dr. Salehezadeh custom-craft night guards in their state-of-the-art in-office laboratory for patients who suffer from the disorder and want relief. Jaw exercises, bite correction therapy, and even surgery can also be used to provide patient’s with relief. TMJ disorder can develop as a result of wear and tear on the jawbone, a dislocated TMJ, a skewed bite, habitual clenching or grinding of the teeth, or even arthritis. By using digital X-rays as part of an in-depth oral exam, our team can evaluate how well a patient’s jaw is working. You don’t have to live in agonizing pain; contact the restorative dentistry specialists at Fine Dental in Manhattan, New York to find out what they can do to aid in your relief.