How Dental Implants Are Changing Dentures

How Dental Implants are Changing Dentures in White Plains

If you are one of the many people wearing dentures, you know that they are not the ideal solution for missing teeth. Dental implants from The Dental Design Center in White Plains has another option. The problems with dentures include slipping and gum irritation, and some wearers report trouble eating and talking, bone loss, and…

How Does Your Overall Health Affect Your Smile?

Educating White Plains Dental Patients About Little-Known Risks

At The Dental Design Center in White Plains, we see countless patients and with a wide variety of issues. Most of them are serious, to one degree or another. There are many common medical conditions that pose a risk to dental health. 1) Diabetes patients with high blood glucose often have a higher risk of…

An Ugly Duckling In Your Mouth?

Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic Denistry in White Plains

Do you have a damaged tooth that causes you embarrassment? Even if all of your other teeth are nicely shaped and pearly white, guess what other people notice? Yep, the ugly duckling. At The Dental Design Center in White Plains, we can help with cosmetic dentistry. A beautiful smile is an important part of your…

Why Look For The Seal?

Look For The Seal In White Plains

When you go to a drugstore or supermarket looking for oral care products, The Dental Design Center in White Plains recommends you make sure they carry the seal of the American Dental Association. This is an easy way to safeguard your dental health. You can depend on the American Dental Association (ADA), which only places their…

Is It Growing In Your Mouth?

White Plains teeth whitening

Believe it or not plaque can rear its ugly head in any mouth – even yours – no matter how meticulous you try to be. It’s a serious threat to dental health. If you have deep grooves, watch out. If you have a receding gum line, watch out. If you have a sweet tooth, The…


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