Dr. Plotnick was recently featured in an article in New York Magazine – Check it out here!
Grand Street Dental was recently featured on Cassandra.co — Check it out here!
We were recently featured in an article on Wired.com — Check it out!!!
We are very excited to announce that, Quip (a new toothbrush company), profiled the opening of our new office in Williamsburg. The article is a great introduction to what we stand for and the kind of dental experience that Dr. Plotnick is bringing to Brooklyn. “These concepts of patient comfort, visual engagement and an ongoing
Looking for a magic pill? It’s 2 minutes ⏳Most of us brush anywhere from 30 seconds to 1 minute leaving behind food and plaque that can lead to decay, gingivitis and periodontitis (bone loss). I love using an electric toothbrush because they have timers and notifications to tell you to move to another area of
Know what this☝🏼is? Interdental Brushes are an amazing way to improve your oral hygiene and get those areas that toothbrushing and flossing miss! Just dip the brush in toothpaste and use the size that just fits between your teeth. Pink (0.4 mm) is the smallest size and should fit perfectly in a healthy mouth. Interdental
Grand Street Dental was recently featured on Forbes! On Monday, January 2nd, an article was posted on Forbes regarding Grand Street Dental and our design and innovation! Michelle Greenwald, the author, states that Dr. Plotnick is, “in a class by herself when it comes to design sensibility and customer touchpoint innovation.” We would like to
GUM chewers out there, you’ll appreciate this || studies show that chewing SUGARLESS gum can increase saliva flow, which reduces plaque acid, strengthens the teeth and reduces tooth decay! As an added bonus look for gums that contain xylitol, a sugar alcohol, that can actually help protect your teeth further against tooth decay! Just don’t
Don’t leave your leftovers between your teeth or your breath may smell just like this ☝🏼️Flossing removes plaque, bacteria and old stinky food out from underneath your gums and between your teeth that can lead to gum disease and decay! If you need a push, take what we call the floss and faint test😆. Floss
We all know that sugar can cause cavities but did you know that prescription meds can too 💊 Hundreds of medications, including many over-the-counter drugs, produce dry mouth as a side effect. Among the more likely types to cause problems are some of the drugs used to treat depression, nerve pain (neuropathy) and anxiety, as