Gum Disease Awareness Month: When You Need a Dentist

Do your gums sometimes bleed when you brush or floss? Have you noticed your gums looking swollen or red lately? These could be signs of gum disease, and February is Gum Disease Awareness Month — the perfect time to take stock of your symptoms and schedule an appointment with your dentist if you need gum disease […]

What to Expect at Your First Dental Appointment

Approximately 36% of Americans have a dental phobia. Living with this fear may cause them to avoid check-ups, cleanings, and treatment for years. It’s not uncommon for patients to go 10 or even 20 years without dental care, often returning only out of necessity. If it has been a long time since you received care, we […]

How to Get Over Fear of the Dentist

Are you afraid of the dentist? Dental anxiety is more common than many people realize. Fear of the dentist can be so intense that patients put off oral healthcare for years. One bad experience in childhood can stop someone from seeing a dentist for decades! We understand how difficult it is to break past your fear and […]

Neurodiversity & Dental Care

Dental care is an essential part of maintaining good health. However, visiting the dentist can be an overwhelming experience for many people, especially those who are neurodiverse. Neurodiversity is the natural variation in human brain function and development, which includes conditions such as autism, ADHD, and dyslexia, among others. At our dental office, we recognize […]

How Sedation Dentistry Can Help You Cope With Dental Anxiety

Sedation dentistry employs effective techniques to allow individuals with dental anxiety or phobia to receive the dental treatment they need without discomfort. If you are struggling to bring yourself to the dentist’s office for much-needed dental work, sedation dentistry may be right for you. Here’s what you need to know. Understanding Dental Anxiety Dental anxiety refers […]

From Recession to Restoration: How to Reverse Gum Recession

Gum recession can have a substantial impact on our smiles’ health and look. It is a disorder in which the tooth roots become seen because the gum tissue covering the teeth deteriorates or pulls back. This not only detracts from the appearance of our smiles but also raises the possibility of cavities, dental sensitivity, and even […]

When Is It Time for a Root Canal?

You may have heard of root canals, the procedure to help address an infected tooth. In fact, with over 40,000 root canals taking place each day, chances are you may need one in your lifetime. Despite how popular the procedure is, few know when they need one. Prolonging a root canal can extend the time you struggle with […]

Why Patients Prefer Computer-Guided Dental Implants

Why Our NYC Patients Prefer Computer-Guided Dental Implants Computers can do anything, right? So why not let them help with your smile? At the New York City office of Louis Siegelman, D.D.S., our patients have access to computer-guided dental implants, a modern approach to implants that improves greatly on previous forms of the operation. Using […]

The Benefits of Invisalign

Our smiles are something that we all hold dear to our hearts. It is one of the first things that people notice when they meet us, and it’s one of the main things that dictates our appearance. It is important to be confident in your smile, as it is a sure way to be confident […]

Benefits of Laser Dentistry

The dental industry is always changing and growing as new medical technologies become available and tested. One of the newest forms of dentistry is laser dentistry. However, it can be hard to imagine exactly what laser treatments would be used for. So let’s take a closer look at how laser dentistry is used and its benefits. […]



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