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West Side Orthodontics

New York Orthodontist Specializing in Dental Braces Providing Care for Children and Adults. Our talented staff have been creating beautiful smiles in New York By providing orthodontist care for many years! Combining experience with advanced education and personal care our orthodontist and staff strive to bring you the best treatment options available, including Invisalign.

Your First Visit

At the first visit to the orthodontist, diagnostic records are made to determine the best course of treatment. Complete diagnostic records typically include a medical/dental history, clinical examination, plaster study models of the teeth, photos of the patient’s face and teeth, and X-rays. This information is used to develop a custom treatment plan for each patient. These records are also helpful in tracking the progress of treatment as the teeth move under orthodontic care.
After the doctor has evaluated your records, we discuss your treatment with you in detail, including the cost for your particular case.

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Orthodontics

Feeling bad about your overbite teeth or crooked teeth, or just gaps between your teeth? Well an Orthodontic Treatment is the best way to correct your bite and give you a healthy smile. And we happen to be one of the best specialist of an Orthodontic Treatment in New York City

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Invisalign

Invisalign uses a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that no one can tell you’re wearing. So, you can smile more during treatment as well as after. Invisalign is made with 3-D computer imaging technology and has been proven effective. More than 70% of orthodontists in the US are certified.

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New Patient

At the first visit to the orthodontist, diagnostic records are made to determine the best course of treatment. Complete diagnostic records typically include a medical/dental history, clinical examination, plaster study models of the teeth, photos of the patient’s face and teeth, and X-rays. 

Aesthetic Treatment Options with clear Braces

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Frequently Asked Questions

Even if the tooth is not painful yet, it’s important to make sure you see a dentist right away. The internal and delicate areas of the tooth may now be exposed to different types of bacteria in the mouth. If the tooth is left unprotected, this could quickly lead to new decay, and the dentist has to evaluate right away how serious the problem is.

A dental emergency is characterized by pain, any sudden swelling, and a large amount of discomfort. Usually when the patient determines that they cannot help themselves, it is important to understand that oral health problems seldom fix themselves, and they won’t just quickly go away. If you have knots, swelling, or bulges on your gums you also may be experiencing a dental emergency.

If you happen to get a piece of food or any other very small object wedged between your teeth, you can try to very gently remove the object with dental floss. You should not use anything that is extremely sharp, like a pin around your teeth as it may cause damage. If what is there cannot be removed by dental floss, contact a dentist soon to schedule an appointment.
If you rapidly lose a filling, call to get to the dentist at the soonest available time you can. At your grocery or pharmacy, you can find dental cements that are good to use as a temporary gap while you are waiting. You can also use sugar-free gum to cover the cavity, but it is very important to make sure it is sugar-free, because if sugar is introduced into the area around the cavity, it can cause very severe pain.
If you are awakened by a severe throbbing, you can brush and floss your teeth to remove any food fragments that are on your teeth. Aspirin works well for the pain, but you definitely do not want to put it directly against the gums where the aching tooth is. If the pain persists for more than a few days, call a dentist immediately, it may need an extraction. There are other home remedies such as putting garlic and clove oil on the affected teeth, but they are known for only providing temporary relief.