Dental phobias keep many people from seeing the dentist. Some people wait until there is an infection or pain before seeking help. To avoid the complications that may develop due to avoidance of dental care, Dr. Siegelman has established a New York City practice in which sedation dentistry is tailored to the individual. In addition…Read the full article
We are now in the midst of the holiday season, and that means more of us are paying attention to our desire to look and feel great. As an esteemed NYC sedation dentist, Dr. Siegelman offers a number of tips to help patients smile brightly for holiday photos starting as soon as today. Clean Enamel…Read the full article
The mind is a wonderfully powerful tool. Memory helps us progress from basic ideas to ones that are very advanced. Memory allows us to hold on to feelings that bring us joy, like holding a child or grandchild for the first time. It also helps us remember what we don’t want to do again. In…Read the full article
Halloween is just around the corner and it’s impossible to avoid sweet treats this time of year. All that trick-or-treat candy can damage your teeth so here are some tips for a healthier Halloween. First, let’s understand the effects of sugar on the teeth. It’s not the sugar that directly causes cavities. What happens is…Read the full article
A child on the autism spectrum may find it challenging to visit the dentist. Here, we discuss a few strategies to help parents prepare their child for the dental visits that can protect their oral health and wellness. One of the most critical aspects of obtaining dental care for your child is finding a dentist…Read the full article
Dr. Siegelman discussed emerging trends in advanced dental technology and how they will shape the future of dentistry in Healthcare Tech Outlook. Read the article here!
Dr. Siegelman’s article “Sensory Integration and Special Needs in the Dental Office” was featured in the September issue of Autism Parenting Magazine. He discusses a few helpful tips to improve the dental office visit and patient experience by creating a nurturing environment. Click here to reach the full article.
Dental hygiene is critical to general health. When the teeth and gums do not receive adequate care on an ongoing basis, risks for pain and several health concerns arise. Poor oral health has been associated with respiratory disease, osteoporosis, stroke, heart disease, and more. Additionally, a person whose teeth and gums are in poor health…Read the full article
People of all ages are encouraged to see their dentist every six months. This isn’t only so we can examine and clean the teeth. The timing of dental visits is strategically planned to narrow the window during which inflammation and infection may occur. This includes inflammation and disease in the gums. Gum recession is a…Read the full article
Dr. Siegelman’s article “Sensory Integration and Special Needs in the Dental Office” was featured in the May issue of Autism Parenting Magazine. He discusses how to make the dental experience easier, less traumatic, and a learning experience for patients on the autism spectrum. You can purchase Autism Parenting Magazine and read Dr. Siegelman’s article by…Read the full article