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Bone Grafting: What You Need to Know

You may be wondering what exactly bone grafting is and what it has to do with dental implants. Farber Center offers bone grafting as one of its many services. It is a key method to restore your smile through regeneration. Farber Center periodontist Dr. Chris Chondrogiannis breaks down the procedure and what you need to… Read more »

Holistic Dental Practice on Long Island

Holistic dentistry is part of the core values of Farber Center for Periodontics and Dental Implants. Oral health is connected to the central nervous system, heart, circulatory system, and immune system among others. Not only does the significance of these numerous mouth-body highlight the importance of preventing and treating oral disease, but it also has significant… Read more »

Gum Grafts for “Long in the Tooth” Patients

A relatively simply gum graft procedure can help make “long in the tooth” patients look younger. Dr. Alan Farber and his team of periodontists at Farber Center help patients every day choose the right procedure for them.   What is Happening to my Teeth? As periodontal disease progresses over time, the supporting bone begins to shrink… Read more »

Referrals & Word-of-Mouth – Our Favorite Way of Meeting You

Getting referrals from our patients is the greatest compliment we could ever receive. Here at Farber Center, we value the opinions of each and every patient. We continually thank our patients for their trust and appreciation shown to us. Over the past 30 years, we have enjoyed seeing your loved ones. When people refer us… Read more »

Vitamin D Leads to Stronger Teeth

Did you know Vitamin D puts you on the right track to great oral health? This summer, Vitamin D can help your teeth maintain their strength. Why Vitamin D? Studies have found that Vitamin D can help in controlling periodontal disease. It encourages growth and can strengthen the bones around one’s teeth. This is because… Read more »

Posture and Your Oral Health

Your posture and your bite are closely related. When any part of your body is out of alignment with the other parts, there is a similar chain reaction.

Nutrition and Your Oral Health

When we think about heart disease we should take the time to consider our nutrition. There are key fruits and vegetables that are especially good for your Heart and Teeth.