Monday, 13 June 2016 21:35

How Your Dentist Can Treat Sleep Apnea

Dr. Bard Levey
and the team at Levey Dentistry near Yorktown, NY often treat patients that complain of feeling tired even after a full night’s sleep, or they hear complaints about patients who snore during their sleep. These are symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA, or sleep apnea, is the brief, sudden, and recurring interruption of breathing in a sleeping person. Sleep apnea is difficult for the sufferer to identify in themselves; they’re always asleep when it happens. 

Sleep apnea is associated with heart problems, sleepiness during important activity, and digestive issues. It is a serious disorder that can have serious consequences for the patient. Dr. Bard Levey knows the symptoms of sleep apnea and can discuss with patients the most effective tips and treatments to help alleviate the effects of sleep apnea.

Common Causes

Sleep apnea can be caused by a number of and a combination of conditions.

  • -Obesity

  • -Enlarged or inflamed tonsils or adenoids (Adenoids shrink with age and are usually a problem unique to children)

  • -Genetics

  • -Sedatives or Sleep Aids

  • -Alcohol is a depressant and causes the suppression of coordination and muscle control, even while asleep.

  • -Hypothyroidism is an abnormally low activity of the thyroid gland; swelling and airway constriction may occur.

  • -Acromegaly is an abnormal growth of hands, feet, and face caused by the overproduction of growth hormones by the pituitary gland.

  • -Pulmonary disease

Signs and Symptoms

Many of the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea are not apparent to the sufferer. Often, the symptoms of sleep apnea are reported by the patient’s sleep partner.

  • -Pauses in breathing while sleeping because of an airway obstruction

  • -Snoring deep and consistently is an indication of an airway obstruction

  • -Gasping for air during sleep causing the sleeper to rouse abruptly; often a symptom never noticed by the sufferer

  • -Difficulty staying awake or feeling tired during the day

  • -Depression or mood swings

  • -Difficulty concentrating

  • -Memory loss

  • -Frequent headaches

Oral Appliance Therapy

Oral appliances are soft plastic devices shaped like a mouth protector, and they are worn while sleeping. The appliance holds the tongue and jaw in a position that allows the sleeper to breath normally while they are asleep. Oral appliances are comfortable and easy to wear. Oral appliances are small and easy to carry when traveling. Treatment with oral appliances is reversible and non-invasive.

Continuous Positive Air Pressure (CPAP) devices are a more aggressive treatment for sleep apnea. By generating a small amount of positive air pressure in a mask that the patient wears while sleeping, it prevents the sleep apnea sufferer’s airway from collapsing and obstructing the natural flow of air, reduce snoring and prevent gasping for air.

Dr. Bard Levey and the professionals at Levey Dentistry near Yorktown, NY know that sleep apnea is more than an uncomfortable and inconvenient problem. It is a serious medical condition with important consequences for the sufferer. If you suspect you suffer from sleep apnea, or someone close to you is telling you to quit snoring so much, contact: 914.271.6224.

Practicing good oral hygiene techniques at home can help maintain a healthy and beautiful smile. Dr.
Bard Levey and the team at Levey Dentistry in Northern Westchester County, NY, suggest these seven tips for a healthy and beautiful smile for their patients.

Your smile here...

  1. Make it a routine. Dr. Bard Levey recommends that you brush your teeth after each meal and at bedtime, or at least twice a day for two-to-three minutes at each session. Use the correct brushing technique and follow up with floss and an anti-plaque mouthwash.

  1. Floss. Remember to floss before brushing. This will help get rid of any food or bacteria that is stuck in between your teeth and help to prevent cavities, tooth decay, gum disease, etc.

  1. Chew. If brushing, flossing, or rinsing after a meal isn’t practical, then chewing sugar-free gum can help to clean teeth, clear the spaces between teeth of food debris, and reduce odor-causing bacteria in the mouth.

  1. Avoid stains. Coffee, tea, and soda are known to stain teeth. Water, milk, and clear liquids don’t stain teeth as severely. While every food that stains teeth cannot be avoided all the time, it is important to be conscious of what foods cause your teeth to need special attention.

  1. Eat well. Eating well may mean different things to different people, but consider that vegetables and fruits promote good dental health. Eating crunchy vegetables and fruits help scrub away plaque and bacteria naturally. The vitamins, minerals and antioxidants found in these foods help protect your teeth and gums.

  1. Visit. Dr. Bard Levey recommends patients be examined in the office approximately every 90 days (or every three months). All of the plaque and bacteria that was removed during the last cleaning visit will return that quickly. A routine dental cleaning and checkup every three-to-six months will reveal emerging problems so that can be treated early.

  2. Don’t stress. Don’t let fear or stress be a reason to avoid the dentist. The professionals at Levey Dentistry understand that fear of the discomfort and expense associated with regular checkups can cause conscientious oral health care habits to be a low priority.

The condition of the teeth and gums has influence beyond a patient’s mouth. Good health care and good dental care are the same thing, and a beautiful, healthy smile is evidence of overall good physical health. Dr. Bard Levey and the team at Levey Dentistry Northern Westchester County, NY help their patients in  maintain or improve their overall health with good oral health. Call them at: 914.271.6224

Dr. Bard Levey and the team at Levey Dentistry know that, for many people, a visit to a dentist near Cortlandt Manor, NY can be time consuming, costly, and often leads to a diagnosis of more appointments and more expense. If you haven’t been to the dentist in a long while, either because of the fear of a poor diagnosis, painful treatment, or the expense involved in dental care, you may be more open to the idea of conscientious dental health care and habits if you know what to expect during a typical dentist visit. 

What can you expect during a typical visit to the dentist?

Dental Cleaning. Cleanings involve scaling (or scraping) the surface of the teeth of plaque and tartar, and then, a vigorous tooth polishing (like brushing, just better). Good dental health care starts with preventative dental health care. A regular schedule of dental cleanings with Levey Dentistry ensures that your teeth are being cleaned with a critical eye. Any small problems identified during a regular cleaning can be corrected quickly and easily, before they become big problems. Big problems mean big procedures with big bills. Stay ahead of tooth decay with a regular cleaning schedule.

Examinations and Treatment. Regular examinations by Dr. Bard Levey will help identify any emerging or chronic issues and discuss with you a plan for treatment. You may need to have X-rays taken as part of your examination. Treatment by the team at Levey Dentistry may be covered by your insurance, and payments over the course of treatment, if necessary, can be part of your treatment plan.

Procedures. Dr. Bard Levey is sensitive to the patient experience while undergoing treatment. Comfort and trust between the patient and the doctor is key. Levey Dentistry is experienced in the latest methods of pain-free dentistry. Some patients prefer being treated while under sedation. Sedation dentistry is a method of treatment where the patient is administered a mild sedative before the procedure. Don’t let fear or stress be a reason you don’t visit the dentist.

Checkups. Regular checkups to the dentist ensure that tooth decay or other dental problems are treated at the earliest possible opportunity. X-rays and cleanings help to reveal issues that may not be obvious in a visual examination. An appointment every three-to-six months is recommended to keep on top of your dental health care.

Don’t wait until bad oral health care habits become bad oral health conditions. Levey Dentistry near Cortlandt Manor, NY helps all their patients, the brave and the fearful, take care of their teeth and maintain good habits. Call Levey Dentistry today at: 914.271.6224

Dr. Bard Levey and the dental health care professionals at Levey Dentistry treat their patients by offering a variety of dental health care services near Montrose, NY. If you have recently cracked a tooth, whether because of an olive pit or an overhand pitch, Dr. Bard Levey can help restore the tooth to its original condition and function.

What should I do when I crack a tooth?

A tooth may crack because of a traumatic injury or because it is weak or decayed. A patient’s first step when they crack a tooth should be to see a dentist. Until being seen by a dentist, pack the tooth with gauze to help control any bleeding. Avoid exposing the cracked tooth to anything hot or cold as that may irritate an exposed nerve.

How do I know my tooth is cracked?

If the cause of a cracked tooth is not obvious, the tooth may have cracked due to decay, unusual wear, or from a patient grinding their teeth in their sleep.  A cracked tooth may be:

  1. Sensitive to hot or cold substances

  2. Inefficient or ineffective when eating hard or tough foods

  3. Painful while chewing

Can my tooth be fixed?

A cracked tooth can be treated in a variety of ways. It depends on the cause of the crack, the manner of the crack, and if the tooth’s pulp or root is exposed. Not every cracked tooth will be repairable by the same method, but some treatment options include:

  • Fillings: Resin fillings are made from a tooth-colored plastic material that will fill the crack and restore the integrity of the tooth.

  • Crowns: A cover placed over an affected tooth that is used to restore the tooth’s shape, strength, and appearance.

  • Bridges: A row of artificial teeth fitted to the wearer’s existing teeth to span any gaps created by missing natural teeth.

  • Implants: The affected tooth is removed and a socket is secured to the jaw in its place. A small post made of metal is then placed into the socket and a crown is then fashioned to replace the visible and functional surface of the tooth.

  • Dentures: These replacements for missing teeth and their surrounding tissues are made of acrylic resin (sometimes combined with metal attachments). Dentures may replace all or some missing teeth.

How can I prevent my teeth from cracking?

Avoid hard foods that can cause teeth to crack (ice, nuts, candy). Malocclusions and other dental issues should be treated by an experienced dentist. Conscientious oral health care habits can help prevent teeth from cracking due to decay or gum disease. It is important to:

  • Brush. Brush your teeth after each meal and before bedtime, or at least twice a day. Brush your teeth in a circular motion to reach the front, back, and side surfaces of each tooth, and don’t forget to brush along the gumline.

  • Floss. Floss at least once every day to keep your teeth strong and healthy. Flossing removes built up food debris and plaque from between your teeth and your gums. Healthy gums provide your teeth with the foundation they need to remain strong.

  • Rinse. Rinse with water at the end of the brushing session. Even if you haven’t brushed, swish some water around your mouth and through your teeth. Swallow and brush as soon after as you are able.

Healthy teeth, healthy body.

The foods we eat affect our overall health, and that means on our oral health as well. Fruits, veggies, the calcium in milk, and even the water we drink nurture and strengthen teeth. A poor diet can result in poor oral health. Be mindful that these two areas of your health care are intimately related. And always remember to rinse out your mouth after every meal!

Dr. Bard Levey and the team at Levey Dentistry near Montrose, NY help their patients keep their teeth healthy, happy, and intact. To schedule an appointment, or for more information, call: 914.271.6224

Treatment options for Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD/TMJ)
near Peekskill, NY vary depending on the severity of the problem. Dr. Bard Levey and the professionals at Levey Dentistry are experts in the treatment of TMD/TMJ. Patients diagnosed with TMD/TMJ are often referred to Dr. Bard Levey by former patients who have been successfully treated and who are now pain free.

What Is TMD/TMJ?

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) allows the jaw to move up and down and from side to side. Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) or Temporomandibular Jaw Dysfunctions (TMJ) are medical conditions that affect the point where the jaw bone is connected to the skull. TMJ disorders cause pain in the jaw and in the muscles that surround and control the movement of the jaw.

Signs and Symptoms of TMD/TMJ Disorder

Patients who suspect they are experiencing pain or discomfort because of TMJ often report:

  • Pain or tenderness in the jaw

  • Stiffness in the jaw

  • Pain or aching in and around your ear

  • Discomfort or difficulty while chewing

  • Limited or no movement of the jaw

What Causes TMD/TMJ?

The bones of the jaw joint are covered with cartilage and are separated by a small shock-absorbing disk, which normally keeps the movement smooth. TMJ can be caused when:

  • The disk wears away or moves out of alignment

  • The joint cartilage is damaged by arthritis

  • The joint itself is damaged by a blow or hard impact

How Is TMD/TMJ Treated?

TMD/TMJ can often be treated without an invasive procedure. Some approaches include:

  • Medications
    Ask your doctor if an over-the-counter pain reliever may be effective for TMJ-related pain. Medications such as tricyclic antidepressants, muscle relaxants, or a nighttime sedatives may also be used to treat specific cases of TMD/TMJ. Do not use these medications without first consulting with your doctor.  

  • Physical Therapy
    Physical therapy treatments for TMD/TMJ include strengthening exercises for the jaw muscles, bite guards (oral splints), ultrasound, or moist heat or ice compresses applied to the jaw. Avoid any strenuous jaw activity that could aggravate your pain, such as clenching or grinding your teeth and leaning on your chin. Many people with jaw pain often benefit from wearing a pliable but firm device to hold onto with their teeth.

  • Surgery
    Surgery for TMD/TMJ is a treatment option of last resort. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) considers TMJ surgery to be controversial and recommends that it be avoided whenever possible.

When Should You See a Dentist for TMJ?

You should seek medical attention for TMJ disorder if you have persistent pain or tenderness in your jaw, or if you can’t open and close your jaw completely. Discuss your concerns with your dentist and learn more about the causes and treatments of Temporomandibular Disorders.

Dr. Bard Levey will help you to find a safe way to relieve your TMD/TMJ related pain and the team at Levey Dentistry near Peekskill, NY works with their patients to plan a course of treatment that is effective, manageable, and affordable.

Don’t let yourself suffer through the pain. Call Levey Dentistry at: 914.271.6224

Dr. Bard Levey of Levey Dentistry advises prospective patients to consider a few important points when considering being treated by a new dentist near Montrose, NY.

1. Ask Friends and Family

One of the best resources for information when considering a new dentist is the opinions of your family and friends. They can relate their experiences, good and bad, with their dentists. Some good questions to ask are:

  • How long do I have to wait to be seen?

  • Do you feel comfortable with their staff?

  • How do they handle payments?

  • How do they handle emergencies?

  • How well does the dentist explain your options for treatment?

2. Know Their Qualifications

Most state dental boards have a searchable website of licensed dentists. It may also list a dentist’s education, training, and expertise. Use this resource to research dentists near where you live or work and learn more about what each practice offers or specializes in.

3. Confirm the Location and Hours

Choose a dentist that is close to your job or home or somewhere along your commute. Ensuring that your dentist is conveniently located will lessen the stress of making and keeping important dental treatment appointments. Consider if their patient schedules and days open fit with your schedule.

2. Cost and Payment

Make sure that the provider you are considering participates with your insurance plan. Be certain of what procedures are covered and what any deductibles or annual limits might be. Many dental practices will offer their patients an extended payment schedule, payable over the course of treatment. Know what your dentist offers.

3. Emergencies

Confirm with your prospective dentists when they are available for emergency office visits and what they require from you. Most dentists will make time during regular business hours to treat a patient with an emergency. Many may even take personal time to meet with a patient during an emergency.

Dr. Bard Levey and the team at Levey Dentistry near Montrose, NY take great care in providing their patients with the most sensitive and appropriate care available. Trust them to take the time to plan the course of treatment most appropriate for you. For more information, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Bard Levey, call: 914.271.6224

Dental anxiety and fear causes many people to avoid getting the proper dental care they need. It may even stop them from visiting the dentist altogether. If you experience dental fear or anxiety and resist going to the dentist because of it, the team at Levey Dentistry understand. If the thought of going to the dentist scares you or causes you anxiety, you may be a candidate for sedation dentistry near Ossining, NY. Learn more about what sedation treatment is, and how Dr. Bard Levey can help make your next trip to the dentist a more enjoyable and comfortable experience.

Sedation treatment is most effective for people who experience real fear or anxiety about visiting the dentist. Too many people forego visiting the dentist because of this fear and anxiety, and they don’t get the important dental health care that they need. Dental sedation treatment may help most patients who have:
  • -Fear of the dentist

  • -Difficulty getting numb

  • -Sensitive teeth

  • -Fear of needles or shots

  • -Sensitive gag reflexes

What Is Sedation Treatment?

Sedation dentistry means that the dentist treating you uses medication that will help patients relax and stay calm or even sleep during their dental procedures. Sedation treatment is:

During sedation treatment, patients are usually awake throughout the procedure (except when a procedure must include general anesthesia). The levels of sedation that a patient may experience include:

  • Minimal sedation: You will be awake yet relaxed.

  • Moderate sedation (conscious sedation): You may experience some slurred speech while under sedation, but you will have little to no memory of the procedure.

  • Deep sedation: You may feel just on the edge of sleep (“twilight sleep”) during the procedure, but you will have no memory of the procedure.

  • General anesthesia: You are completely unconscious during the procedure.

How does sedation treatment work?

During your procedure with sedation treatment, you can expect to become extremely relaxed and you may even fall asleep. This makes it easy for Dr. Bard Levey to work on your teeth without worrying about what the patient is feeling. A cleaner and healthier looking smile will be all you experience.

Don’t let fear or stress be the reason you don’t go to visit the dentist. If you’re looking for sedation treatment near Ossining, NY, please call Levey Dentistry office today at: 914.271.6224

Thursday, 28 April 2016 20:54

DIY Mother's Day Presents

With April coming to an end, that means Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Here at Levey Dentistry in Croton on Hudson, NY, we want to make sure that all of our patient’s amazing mothers have a great day. And with that being said, what better way to celebrate then to give them a homemade gift? After a little research, our orthodontic office has come up with three DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas that we think are creative, cool, and sure to make your mom’s day! Mother’s Day is on May 8th this year, so keep on reading and get started!

  1. Mason Jar Flower Vase: Getting your mom flowers is sweet. But to make it extra special, why not add a hand painted jar. Head to your local craft store and pick up a mason jar and acrylic paints in her favorite colors. Now start painting! Allow the paint to dry completely between each coat, which usually takes a few hours. In the meantime, head out to the florist and grab a bouquet of your mom’s favorite flowers. Once the vase is painted and done, feel free to add some glitter, ribbon, etc. Gift idea number one = success.

  2. Canvas Art: There are a million things that you can do with a blank white canvas. After a quick search on Pinterest, we found tons of ideas. Using painter’s tape, you can easily create bold and neat shapes, or spell out words. Place the tape down wherever you want before you paint. Maybe create an abstract design, spell something out, or create a pattern, the options are endless. Then scratch down on the tape to ensure that no paint will smear under it. Then start decorating! Once the paint, markers, etc. is dry, carefully peel up the tape to reveal your masterpiece!

  3. Personalized Mug: If your mom loves coffee or tea, this is the perfect go-to present. All you need is a blank white mug, oil-based Sharpies (make sure they are oil-based because regular Sharpies might easily wipe off), and an oven. Plan out how you want to decorate the mug. If you can’t decide or need some inspiration, check out some mugs on Etsy or do a quick Google Image search. Once you’ve decided on a design, start drawing on the mug with your Sharpies. Be careful to not smudge the wet ink. Also, the darker color, the more likely they are to pop. Lighter colors tend to blend into the white and become less noticeable over time. Next, let the ink dry overnight or at least for a few hours. If you want, you can go back over the design once it is dry to ensure that it doesn’t wear off as easily over time. Once that is dry, put your mug into the oven before you even turn it on. Once it is in the oven, turn it on to 350 degrees and bake it for a half hour. Once the half hour is up, leave it in the oven to cool completely, this keeps it from cracking or getting damaged from the heat. Now, you have the perfect mug to give your mom this Mother’s Day! Just make sure that your mom knows the mug should be hand washed to preserve the design, no dishwasher!

Now it’s time to start planning! Hopefully these ideas help you decide on the perfect gift for your mom this Mother’s Day. From the team here at Levey Dentistry, we would like to wish everyone a Happy Mother’s Day!

If you’re looking for an orthodontist in Croton on Hudson, NY, Dr. Bard Levey has you covered. Call the Levey Dentistry office today at 914.271.6224 to make an appointment or to learn more!

Friday, 22 April 2016 20:11

A Letter to My Teeth

Dear Teeth,

For as long as I can remember, we’ve had our insecurities. These past few months I’ve been hiding you inside my mouth, pursing my lips in a duck fashion and other silly ways during photos and that god-forsaken “selfie” to hide how yellow you’ve become. My friends would be so ashamed of me. It hasn’t always been this bad. I had worked so hard when I was young to keep you healthy and fit. Before I was a teen, mom and dad would take us to see the dentist every three months or so to see Dr. Bard Levey. Remember how sweet and gentle they were? They didn’t “poke and prod” at you as we had thought they were going to. They moved their hands so swiftly, lightly pressing each of you with soft hands. And the cleaning felt cool and tasted like bubble-gum (YUM!).

Then there was that one time in middle school when I put you inside those pretty pink braces that put you through hours of what you may have thought were torture. It wasn’t as bad for us as I thought it was going to be. We got used to it pretty quickly, and from what I remember, we had a really good time doing everything we wanted to. We played clarinet, we sang in the chorus at school, and we ate almost everything we wanted without any trouble. I remember we broke a bracket once, but that was a really easy fix once we called Dr. Bard Levey.

Now, looking back on everything we have been through, choosing not going to the dentist for the past few months has been bad. Very, very bad. Trying to fix you at home has not been working as I had thought it would. Although going to the dentist will take away some of the hard earned cash in my pocket, I know that it’s more costly to just wait for these bad things to happen to you. My health insurance will help me as well, so it won’t impact the cost too much. This is important for us.

Remember that time we went to see Dr. Bard Levey, and they had to drill into you because of all of those cavities? Or when we went to the Levey Dentistry near Ossining, NY that one time, and they told us we had to get a root canal because you were decaying! That may be one of the reasons why I’m afraid to go again. It has not been easy to take care of you recently. It was so easy to just let you do what you wanted, without the use of my brush or floss to help you fight off the plaque and bacteria that would attack you. However, we can’t wait any longer. I can’t let the fear of going to the dentist control the pain in my jaw.

I’m so sorry for letting you go through this fight alone. I had promised to fight for you every morning and night, and I know I have been letting you down. But I will not let you down anymore! It’s a new year, and it’s time for new promises. I promise to brush my teeth twice a day, and floss between your spaces. I promise to rinse all of the germs that stick to you, and protect you from anything that can make hurt you and cause you to fall out. I promise to always help you grow big and strong by avoiding those sugar drinks, and choosing to eat healthy snack foods. I know you like fruits and veggies, and I know you like milk because the calcium makes you big and strong.

Also, I have heard that they’ve been working with new advances in the field of dentistry, and there are ways that I can get you back to your healthy self again! I’m going to call 914.271.6224 to talk to Levey Dentistry near Ossining, NY right now and see if I can meet with Dr. Bard Levey real soon!

I promise with all that I am to get you back into the shape you once were. I miss you every day.

Love always,


As we know, technology has advanced throughout the years and is growing each and every day. Technology has advanced over the years to help us in many different ways; in aspects such as traveling, communication, education, and medicine. In the field of dentistry specifically, many strides have been made in the past few years so that more people can obtain their picture perfect teeth they’ve always wanted. One common way in which patients receive this healthy and happy smile is through same day dental crowns. Dr. Bard Levey of Levey Dentistry in Croton-on-Hudson, NY is here to explain what same day dental crowns are so that you can make an informed decision as to if they’re the best treatment plan for your needs and your lifestyle.

What is a Dental Crown and Why Is It Right for Me?

Dental crowns are a cover, or cap, for a tooth that has had major work done. It is created to form a sacred bond of protection to your tooth, giving your tooth a more natural look. Dental crowns help to restore your tooth’s original shape, strength, and overall appearance. Same day crowns can be used to help cover a tooth filling from a repaired cavity or root canal, or to hold a bridge in Langley, BC. Patients also get dental crowns because crowns bring the satisfaction of knowing you have the right protection for your teeth to avoid any future complications that can occur. Dr. Bard Levey wants to make sure his/her/their patients know that dental fillings and crowns are a well-known and very common procedure that yield great results.

At an appointment or consultation, Dr. Bard Levey and our staff at Levey Dentistry can help to determine whether you need a dental crown to restore any unhealthy, misshapen, discolored, or damaged teeth. If the answer is yes, then Dr. Bard Levey will work with you to fit in an appointment as soon as possible, and install it on the same day for you.

Benefits of Getting Same-Day Crowns:

  • -Crowns produce stronger teeth
  • -Crowns produce similar sized, shaped, and colored teeth
    -Crowns are comfortable and form-fitting
  • -Crowns hold your smile together
  • -Crowns take as little as one to two appointments to complete
  • -Crowns are a clean and painless process
Although crowns are made to cover the imperfections of your dental procedure, they still need to be taken care of at home. Remember that is important to brush and floss your teeth twice a day to prevent cavities and tooth decay. Flossing will help to prevent any excess foods or blockage in and between your teeth, ensuring that your gums and teeth stay healthy and strong and avoiding further damage to your crown.

If you are looking for a whiter, brighter, happier, and healthier smile, consider same day dental crowns as a treatment option. For more information on crowns or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Bard Levey and Levey Dentistry in Croton-on-Hudson, NY please contact us at 914.271.6224. We want to make sure that each patient finishes their treatment with the smile they have always wanted!

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