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Protect Your Heart, Talk to Your Dentist in Yorktown Heights
added on: February 10, 2016
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By now, I’m fairly certain that most of the patients at my Yorktown Heights dental office have heard about the connection between the health of your gums and the health of your heart. So what’s new? One of the most recent – also one of the largest – studies so… Read More…

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Inflammation and Oral Health- A Root Of Chronic Disease
added on: February 9, 2016
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It is no secret that there is an epidemic of chronic disease in the US. We are spending $180 billion to treat heart disease, $227 billion to treat cancer and $112 billion to treat diabetes, according to a yearly analysis of the 10 leading causes of death.   Obesity, heart… Read More…

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Eating Disorders and Oral Health
added on: January 20, 2016
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Affecting nearly 10 million Americans, eating disorders are dangerous diseases that can also lead to some serious health concerns. Whether anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating, every eating disorder increases the chance of heart failure, decreases bone density, and causes muscle loss. At my Yorktown Heights dental office, we want to… Read More…

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Giving back to the community
added on: January 11, 2016
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Dr. Lerner and staff enjoyed volunteering their time on a Saturday morning in giving back to the community. “We had the pleasure in servicing two lovely children from an orphanage in Ukraine”. Seeing the smiles on their faces was very rewarding!!

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Smile More, Stay Healthy
added on: January 7, 2016
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We all smile when we hear something funny, when we’re happy, and sometimes we even fake it when we meet someone new. But a smile is much more than an expression. It can actually help keep you healthy. At my Yorktown Heights dental office, we want to talk about the… Read More…

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Helpful Tips for Snow-White Teeth This Winter
added on: December 16, 2015

When the first snowflakes fall, everything becomes blanketed under a snow-white covering. It’s only after time passes and the snow melts when plowed piles start to look grimy and muddy. Your teeth are no different. Over time, wear and tear causes discoloration and a drab smile. My Yorktown Heights dental… Read More…

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Fresh Breath Tips for Kissing Under the Holiday Mistletoe
added on: December 2, 2015

It’s here! With the holiday season in full swing, social shindigs, tons of entertaining fun with friends, family, and colleagues is finally here. While sipping a cocktail or munching on some delightful treats, be sure you’re ready for a smooch in the midst of mistletoe with clean, fresh breath. Stop… Read More…

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What Does Alcohol Do To Teeth?
added on: November 18, 2015

It’s around this time of year when we’re bombarded with parties, family celebrations, and impromptu get togethers. It’s also when we tend to have more alcohol available to us than any other time of the year. While we know you understand the serious complications drinking too much alcohol may have… Read More…

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Holiday Stress and Your Teeth
added on: November 4, 2015

It’s that time again. Time for feasts, family, shopping, and all the craziness the holidays bring. Between scheduling parties, buying presents, cooking food, and finding room for the in-laws who just told you last week they’re staying the whole month (ahh!!), stress levels are bound to be high. When we’re… Read More…

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Chew Your Way to Better Oral Health
added on: October 21, 2015

Do you have a pack of gum near you? Most of us do. Pick it up and check out the ingredients. Does it contain sugar? How about high fructose corn syrup? Saccharine? We don’t recommend any of these. In fact, if your gum does not contain one key ingredient, we… Read More…

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