Believe it or not, you could be losing hundreds of dollars this year. The reason is simple: each year your dental benefits do not roll over. Although the amount of money your insurance plan offers depends on the company, all companies do not honor unused benefits. Our advice? Use them while you still can. Here are… Read more »
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Farber Center features a staff of three of the top periodontists in their field. Each has their own speciality as well as decades of experience in the dental profession. Our Periodontists Dr. Alan Farber Biography Dr. Farber earned his B.A in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin and his D.D.S from the University… Read more »
A strong bite is essential to everyday life. With apple season in out midst, you want to make sure your bite is strong enough to enjoy your favorite one. What is My Bite Like? You may wonder, how does one know if they have a healthy set of teeth or not? The best way to… Read more »
Periodontal or gum disease is a silent, but progressive disease that leads to tooth loss. However, with proper diagnosis, periodontal disease is treatable. What is Periodontal Disease? The term “periodontal”means “around the tooth.” Periodontal disease is a common inflammatory condition. It affects the supporting and surrounding soft tissues of the tooth. There are different stages… Read more »
Dr. Alan H. Farber explains why temporary restorations after dental implant treatment help ensure great looking final restorations. What are Temporary Restorations? Temporary restorations are a temporary filling for a prepared tooth used until permanent restoration is carried out. Why are They Used? After a professional places the dental implants, they temporary restorations for a… Read more »
There are two type of dental implants on the market today, ceramic and titanium implants. Ceramic implants have been used in our practice for about five years at this point.
At Farber Center we have oral cancer screenings included in our routine maintenance, but how can we prevent it?
Depending on what is needed we pick the right dental homecare instrument and recommend it to the patient. I highly recommend daily brushing, flossing and some electric toothbrushes.
Educating patients is the key to creating trust and creating an environment that is conducive to case acceptance.
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.