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Biofluorescent technology is used to screen for oral cancer

Jan. 15 2022

Getting a diagnosis of cancer can be a scary moment. But when patients are proactive about screening for cancers, they have a better chance of catching it early enough for successful intervention. The same is true with oral cancer. Oral cancer is a condition that can be deadly if it is not diagnosed and treated...  read more

When might I consider bone grafting?

Dec. 15 2021

Periodontal disease is one of the leading causes of bone loss in the mouth. When this condition occurs, it causes irreversible damage to the teeth, bone, and gums, Patients who are looking at replacing missing teeth will sometimes need to speak to a provider not only about their options, but about preparing for these treatments....  read more

When you might benefit from endodontic treatment

Jan. 15 2021

The idea of having a root canal performed is a scary thought for most patients, but the procedure itself is painless and helps maintain your natural smile. Also known as endodontic therapy, the root canal treatment is performed by Drs. Dean and Renee Glasser of Implant and General Dentistry of Long Island. The purpose is...  read more

Sedation dentistry for your next appointment with Dr. Dean Glasser

Dec. 15 2020

Dental anxiety can impact anyone at any age. For some patients, dentistry can provoke a fear and trepidation that, in spite of knowing there is a problem, the individual will forgo care until the emergency reaches unbearable discomfort. For others, past negative experiences in the dental chair can cause patients to avoid visiting their dentist....  read more

Ways to replace missing teeth in the mouth

Nov. 15 2020

Statistically over the course of ones lifetime we are likely to lose one or more teeth for various reasons. Perhaps you’ve had issues with severe tooth decay,  late-stage periodontal disease, or trauma. With missing teeth, patients often experience problems such as the shifting of existing teeth, bone resorption, or ineffective chewing and speaking. Often patients...  read more

What to expect with endodontic therapy

Oct. 15 2020

Inside of the roots of a tooth is a complex collection of nerve fibers and blood vessels that not only keep the tooth alive but provide the sensation of pain. When this area of the tooth becomes damaged through infection or decay, it can cause patients to experience a toothache. In situations such as this,...  read more

Love your smile again with dental implants!

Sep. 15 2020

At the Implant and General Dentistry of Long Island, Melville, NY area patients who are interested in learning more about dental implants for tooth replacement are encouraged to take the time to speak to Drs. Dean and Renee Glasser and their experienced team. Dr. Dean Glasser has achieved the highest level of recognition in Implant...  read more

How to fight and treat tooth decay

Aug. 15 2020

One of the most common dental problems is that of tooth decay. Also known as cavities, tooth decay can impact the smile in a dramatic way. When tooth decay occurs, it eats at the natural enamel of the tooth. When the decay gets deeper, it can become even more problematic and result in infection of...  read more

CAT Scan and Airway Analysis

Feb. 14 2020

When it comes to dentistry, there is more to care than just crowns, fillings, and cleanings. Dr. Dean Glasser of Melville, NY’s Implant and General Dentistry of Long Island is here to help patients achieve the best possible results from their smile—and address common problems such as obstructive sleep apnea. Dr. Dean Glasser explains obstructive...  read more

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My family and I have been using Dr. Glasser for 30 years. He is the best! He is a professional through and through as well a great guy. He's honest, ethical & always has his patients best interest at heart. He did an excellent job on my implants and caps I could not have gotten a better more beautiful new set of teeth any where else. - Richard G.

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