Understanding TMJ Disorder

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Jaw problems aren’t fun. They’re painful, affect how you eat, and how you talk. Without a properly working jaw, it’s hard to feel confident or sure about anything in life. Sadly, a lot of people deal with a common jaw problem called TMJ disorder. The TMJ – or temporomandibular joint – is a critical part… Read more »

Invisalign® Can Improve Your Alignment

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In the professional workforce, it can be embarrassing to align your smile with metal braces. Luckily, Invisalign® can help improve the alignment of your teeth discreetly, so no one will notice you are wearing them. When it comes to improving your teeth’s alignment, our , Dr. serving the Queens, Long Island City, Woodside, Elmhurst, Corona,… Read more »

Enhance Your Smile with Malocclusion Treatments

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Have you ever heard of malocclusion? Malocclusion is a general oral health disorder that is commonly referred to as a bad bite that occurs due to a misalignment in your jaw or smile. To correct misalignment and malocclusion, orthodontic treatments may be required. To learn more about malocclusion, please read the following: Types of incisor… Read more »

Are You Ready for a Smile Makeover?

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Are you ready for a smile makeover? Are you looking to improve your oral health this year in ways that you may not have formerly considered? Did you know you can immensely improve your smile by seeking out orthodontic treatments, such as braces, to ensure your teeth are as straight as they should be? Listed… Read more »

Orthodontic Treatment with the Invisalign® Clear Aligner System

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You should try what most consider as one of the premier orthodontic treatments, the Invisalign® clear aligner system. Not only are they extremely pleasing on the eyes, but they can effectively improve your oral health by giving you a straighter smile for the ages. Invisalign remains the benchmark by which all orthodontic aligners are held…. Read more »