Bottoms Up!

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Great news for oenophiles!  Earlier this year, the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry published a study suggesting that red wine may help prevent cavities and gum disease.  This study out of Spain indicate that some compounds in red wine not only help prevent tooth demineralization, one of the first steps in getting a cavity, but also prevent bacteria associated with periodontitis, or gum disease, as well as tooth decay, from sticking to teeth.  So it may be in your dental health’s interest to go ahead and enjoy that glass of cab or pinot!

Of course, if you notice your teeth are getting stained, we can help out!  We offer several options to whiten your teeth, including Zoom QuickPro, which takes just a few minutes and can be combined with your cleaning or any other appointment.  We conveniently offer late night hours every Wednesday and have limited Saturday and Sunday appointments. 

Contact us by email at 5757dental@gmail.com or by phone at 212-935-0719 to book your dental appointment.