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Gum disease is a common problem that can occur very gradually. Aging, brushing too hard, genetics, and any lapse in hygiene habits can get the ball rolling in the wrong direction. It starts with oral … more
When experiencing a dental emergency, call the dentist right away so to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. This may mean the same day or the next morning. Until you get to the … more
A: No, using deodorants or antiperspirants does not increase your risk of breast cancer. Claims linking deodorant/antiperspirant use and breast cancer have been around for many years. The theory … more
A: The summer is here and that means warmer temperatures and longer days.  It is the perfect combination to head out and go for that relaxing walk or lounge in the yard.  But there are some … more
Q: My mother had cataract surgery and uses reading glasses. My neighbor however, just had cataract surgery and does not use glasses at all. What kind of cataract … more
Q: My primary care Doctor told me that my diabetes can affect my eye sight. How does diabetes affect the eyes? A: Millions of Americans suffer from diabetes every … more
Q: My eyes often burn, feel scratchy and appear red. I was told that my eyes are “dry”. What is dry eye and how can it be treated? more
A: Believe it or not, there are lots of things that can be done from home to help keep your pet healthy.  Cleaning your pet’s ears will help prevent ear infections.  Brushing … more
A: The family is gathered for Thanksgiving dinner. Young and old are laughing, sharing fond memories and catching up on the latest. It is a warm, joyful scene – unless you notice … more
Q: All of my friends on Long Island seem to be getting treated with Botox® and fillers to fight the aging process. Are these cosmetic treatments safe? A: Although … more
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