On this great day, we are thankful for all of the blessings in our lives and for the ones to follow. We thank you, all of our patients, for trusting us with your smiles and letting us be a part of your lives!
Our entire staff is
sending you the warmest wishes for a very Happy Thanksgiving with your family and friends!
We are very happy to announce that this past Sunday, November 21st, our very own Dr. Yam took part in the Philadelphia Marathon and finished among the top ten percent participants in the 26.2 mile run!
Dr. Yam is an avid runner, biker and swimmer, who is next getting ready for the New Jersey marathon in April 2014, and the Iron Man Lake Placid in July 2014!
Greetings from Dr. Pasch, Dr. Yam, Dr. Shirzadnia and Dr. Song!
One of the easiest dental problems to spot is a buildup of plaque. Plaque is the soft, sticky layer of bacteria that is constantly forming on the teeth. It is usually invisible to the naked eye. However, when a person is not brushing adequately, enough plaque can build up to appear as a thick, whitish coating on the teeth at the gum line. If not removed, it can lead to gum disease.
Another dental problem that is easy to spot is missing teeth. Many patients assume that if they are still able to eat, their teeth are fine. But often losing just one tooth can have a cascading effect on a patient's dental health. Losing one tooth can cause a loss of support; teeth may begin to drift into the empty space, causing a change in the bite. It also forces the remaining teeth to carry an additional load, sometimes past their ability to adapt. In most cases, when even one tooth is lost, the remaining teeth suffer and are more likely to be lost as well.
Our focus is in the treatment of problems such as these. For the care you need, please call our office at (212)689-0024 or email us at email@example.com today.
Herald Square Dental
& The Denture Center
P.S. If you have any friends or family members who you feel could use our services, please don't hesitate to have them call us. We'll be sure to take good care of them.