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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

Using the Tap 3 Appliance for snoring and sleep apnea

Jan. 15 2020

At the practice of Dr. Dean Glasser, patients can obtain general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services. Additionally, patients with conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea or chronic snoring may also benefit from a visit to his practice. This is because he proudly offers treatment with the use of a special oral appliance called the Tap...  read more

How to safely whiten your smile with your Melville, NY dentist

Dec. 15 2019

There are many reasons why patients may experience staining and discoloration of their natural teeth. Oftentimes, habits such as tobacco use may be to blame, or continued consumption of dark beverages such as red wines and coffee. Fortunately, at Implant and General Dentistry of Long Island, patients in the area of Melville, NY can obtain...  read more

What Factors Are Taken into Consideration before Placing a Dental Implant?

Nov. 15 2019

A desirable solution to missing teeth is that of dental implants. Patients in the Melville, NY area who are interested in obtaining dental implants will want to work with a dentist who can evaluate them for candidacy. There are several factors that Dr. Dean Glasser of Implant and General Dentistry of Long Island needs to...  read more

I Chipped a Tooth! Now What Do I Do?

Oct. 15 2019

Various conditions can result in a tooth becoming damaged. In most situations, injuries to the mouth can cause a tooth to become cracked or chipped. As soon as this happens, it is essential that patients in the Melville, NY area seek dental assistance as soon as possible. What should I do if I chip a...  read more

Back to School Dental Tips for Your Kids

Sep. 15 2019

It's time for newly sharpened pencils, brand new book bags, and fresh new sneakers. In addition to getting your child new school supplies for school, don't forget about their oral health. Before the school bus rolls around to pick up your little one for their first day of school, we have a few back to...  read more

What to Know About Nicotine and Your Smile

Aug. 15 2019

Smoking is one of the hardest addictions to quit; especially because it can be such a social thing. In addition to causing lung cancer and heart disease, however, nicotine is notorious for causing a host of other issues including oral health problems. From gingivitis to cavities, let’s take a closer look at a few issues...  read more

3 Tips to Keep Your Mouth Bacteria-Free

Jul. 15 2019

Whether you like it or not, bacteria and germs are all around us. Even though you can’t prevent yourself from breathing in airborne germs and bacteria every day, there are a few other ways that you can avoid having extra bacteria in your mouth. And because of a cold or other illness is the last...  read more

How to Maintain Your White Teeth While Traveling

Jun. 15 2019

Whether you are traveling close by or somewhere far away this summer, make sure that you continue to take good care of your teeth. Not only should you try to brush at least twice a day and drink more water, but you should also make sure that you don’t come home with teeth that are...  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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