Q: I recently read an article about how a tooth problem if ignored can become fatal. I know I am going to need some major implant and crown and bridge work, but also want to find problems early before they become expensive and deadly. I need help choosing the right dental office in 2018. How does a layperson like myself evaluate dental offices to see if they are up to date?
A: I know the “season” has arrived, as many diners in my favorite restaurant Saturday night smelled like mothballs. (Unpacking sweaters that have been hibernating since Memorial Day weekend with not a moth alive from Boca to Boston.)
Choosing the Right Dental Office in 2018
At my FREE seminar on December 8th, I will be revealing the absolute “must-have” technologies for an up-to-date dental practice. This multimedia presentation will reveal:
- Dexshield: Combines digital X-rays with special radiation filtering to massively decrease exposure.
- Virtually painless injections with electronic anesthesia devices.
- iTero Element: space-age video 3D digital technology replaces gagging goop molds FROREVER!
- J.I.I.M NO-CUT Implants; no scalpel, no stitches, bringing you from implant to crown in as little as 8 weeks by using Osstell, a sound wave meter that lets you know your implant has finished healing.
- New alternatives to crowns
- Natural veneers, not Chicklets.
- Avoiding root canals with Diagnodent: laser decay detector. And much more… (Bring a sweater, but air it out first.)
Dr. Mitchell Josephs practices Implant, Cosmetic and General Dentistry with an emphasis on implants, porcelain veneers, and complex crown and bridge treatment. He is on staff at JFK Medical Center and is a Faculty Advisory Board member at McGill University’s Faculty of Dentistry. He completed his residency at Manhattan’s Beth Israel Medical Center and Mt. Sinai Hospital.