Dinosaur Dental * 2020 Dental Clinic Office *

Dinosaur Dental center is by far the most popular pediatric dental service provider in Endicott, New York. Its experienced team of dentists, hygienists, and other professionalists offers a wide variety of general pediatric dental care services. At Dinosaur Dental Center you are made sure that your kids receive the best dental care. Dentists and all employers at Dinosaur Dental Center are very friendly who treat kids as if they are in a dentist’s game. For any type of tooth care service, your kids need such as decayed teeth restoration, teeth extraction, and any type of dental care needs, you can visit Dinosaur Dental Center.

 

Dinosaur Dental Contact

Phone: (607) 953-4445
Fax: (607) 953-4634
Address: 1700 Monroe Street, Endicott, NY 13760

Dinosaur Dental Doctors

Dr. Clara Tzau
Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Cai Zhang
Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Janis Pinto
Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Jay Patel
Anesthesiologist

Dr. Tony Lin
Orthodontist

Dr. Slavik Litvinenko
Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Elena Ciciolla
Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Nick Freda
Orthodontist

Jamie Augustine
Dental Hygienist

Jamie Matts
Dental Hygienist

Martina Browing
Dental Hygienist

Sarah-Anne Repsher
Dental Hygienist

Natalie Hill
Dental Hygienist

Monica Olivieri
Dental Hygienist

Madison Stanton
Dental Hygienist

Jenna Smith
Dental Hygienist

Jordan Kuzma
Dental Hygienist

Adam Secor
Dental Hygienist

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Most Asked Questions

Today everyone has a toothbrush, but not everyone can use it equally well. Brushing your teeth helps prevent tooth decay, periodontal disease and unsightly plaque. But it is often not known that the wrong shape of the brush and incorrect use can also damage teeth! Too much abrasion of the tooth enamel and periodontal disease ( cleaning trauma ) can result. Every day we see patients in our practice who have "scrubbed off" their teeth and gums, so to speak - this damage cannot be reversed! Even the transmission of pathogens is possible with careless toothbrush use.

Women who want to have children should definitely go to the dentist before pregnancy. The hormonal change makes the gums more susceptible to inflammation, which can even lead to periodontal disease. Studies have shown that the increased inflammation caused by periodontal disease increases the likelihood of premature birth. In addition, more complex treatments or even operations during pregnancy should be excluded. Therefore, women who want to have children should go to regular check-ups in good time and not postpone necessary treatments. Pregnant women should brush their teeth with fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day and use dental floss every day.

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