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
Few things please us more than knowing our patients are taking steps to protect their dental health. Avoiding problems like gum inflammation and tooth decay is not only vital but also quite easy to do. In our NYC office, we provide the high level of care needed to assist dental-phobic patients with their oral health…Read the full article
Dentistry is a practice that was established as a method of resolving and preventing problems with teeth and gums. The learning curve has been vast, but with technology and research, we have reached a point where we have an excellent understanding of oral health. For the most part, we know what it takes to obtain…Read the full article
When our primary goal in dentistry is to preserve natural tooth structure, it may sound counterproductive to suggest that dental implants might rival what Mother Nature gave us. In situations where tooth replacement is necessary, though, there is merit to the idea that dental implants come in a (very) close second. Here’s why. Dental Implants…Read the full article
Dr. Siegelman featured in an article discussing PTSD and dental care. Read the full article here.
When people are asked about what makes an attractive smile, they often use words like “bright” and “straight” in their description. These are attributes that don’t always come naturally. When teeth are crooked, there may be a certain perception about the person behind the smile. Because we tend to be innately aware of what creates…Read the full article
Dr. Siegelman featured in BottomLineInc. discussing ways to stop gagging during dental visits. Click here to read more