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Dental Implants: How They Can Change Your Life Jan 9th, 2020

At least 178 million American adults are missing at least one tooth according to the American College of Prosthodontists, and at least 40 million are living with full tooth loss. In addition to the toll that missing teeth take on your smile and your self-esteem and confidence, tooth loss also...

Remember to Use Your Dental Insurance/ Flex Spending Money Dec 4th, 2019

Proper and consistent dental care is crucial to maintaining your good health, but getting quality care can sometimes be expensive. At White Plains Family Dentistry, we understand the cost of good dental care can be off-putting to some of our patients, which is why we’ve made it a point to...

What are Hybrid Dentures? Nov 1st, 2019

Hybrid dentures provide a comfortable and affordable option for patients who have lost or are in danger of losing their teeth. Despite the wide range of treatment options available, hybrid dentures are natural-looking and offer a long-term solution. These dentures are sturdy and can restore the look and function of...

5 Cool Facts About Invisalign You Didn't Know Oct 1st, 2019

You’ve probably heard of Invisalign® by now. This cutting-edge dental treatment has been using clear, removable aligners to discreetly improve smiles for decades. But, there are more reasons to consider Invisalign than its nearly invisible approach.  Here are five cool things our team at White Plains Family Dentistry loves about...

What to Expect During and After Oral Surgery Sep 10th, 2019

Oral surgery might sound scary, but it’s a common dental procedure. Wisdom tooth extractions, dental implants, and prosthodontics like bridges all fall into the category of oral surgery. The goal of oral surgery is to improve the function, health, and appearance of your mouth. You might need a tooth extraction...

How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Chances of Getting a New Job Aug 23rd, 2019

It’s no mystery that behind a winning, confident, and successful smile lies beautifully white and straight teeth. In fact, as first impressions go, nearly one-third of Americans base them on your teeth, and 24% remember your teeth after your encounter — good or bad.  If you’re looking for a job,...