If you’re a parent and have concerns about sedation dentistry for your child, it’s completely understandable. After all, there have been questions raised in the past several years about the safety of sedation and anesthesia in pediatric dentistry — including reports in the media regarding complications and even deaths in some rare cases.
Safe and Stress-Free Pediatric Sedation Dentistry
Keep Your Baby’s Smile Healthy
Too Tied Up To Eat
New York Oral & Facial Surgery, L.L.C. earns AAAASF accreditation for patient safety
Your Child’s First Dental Appointment
Breastfeeding Blues: Frenectomies
PRESS RELEASE: New York Times Magazine announces Dr. Ruben Cohen as one of the top 20 Oral Surgeons in NYC!
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Watching your child’s teeth emerge from his gummy grin is such a pleasure. First those bottom teeth pop through, then then the top front ones. Finally, a toothy smile appears, a little like a jack-o-lantern, but so precious. You want to do everything you can to keep those tiny teeth healthy and white.
Your friend posts a picture of her baby with this status: “Nursing Woes. The doctor says he’s tongue tied. Poor little guy. No wonder he never seems to get full! Frenectomy scheduled for Friday! Maybe then we’ll be able to get some sleep!”
CHICAGO, IL — New York Oral & Facial Surgery, L.L.C., in New York, NY has demonstrated its commitment to patient safety by gaining accreditation from the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF) for the second time in a row.
Your baby’s sweet gummy smiles will only last for so long. Before you know it, those first teeth will pop up, ready to gnaw and chew. Typically, the initial teeth that come in are the bottom front teeth; they usually appear by the first birthday. Once those teeth have erupted, it’s time to see the dentist.
Two weeks ago was the hardest and best day of your life. After hours of painful labor your baby finally made his grand entrance to the world. You are proud, exhausted, and a little worried. See, everyone told you that “breast is best!” for feeding your baby.
In the May 14, 2017 edition of The New York Times Magazine, it was announced that Dr. Ruben Cohen, an esteemed board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, has been selected by his peers as one of the top 20 Oral Surgeons in New York City.
Around kindergarten, maybe first grade, kids start a countdown to the tooth fairy. When the teeth do start to come out, well, there’s just nothing like those pictures of gap-toothed grins on kiddos who are so proud of themselves!
A great head start on a healthy smile is one of the best ways you can help your child enjoy beautiful adult teeth. Here are five things that you may want to consider when helping your son or daughter care for their smile