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
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
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
We all know someone or know someone who knows someone who has ONE dark front tooth. What gives❔ Your front #tooth that’s slightly darker is usually caused by trauma (like that frisbee that hit your tooth when you were 9 😫 or because of that root canal you needed on it a couple of years
When choosing a red lipstick skip the warmer tones and choose ones with blue or cool bases to make your teeth look WHITER! If you’re not sure how to tell, just test them on the back of your hand and it will be pretty obvious which one is warm and which one is cool.
Ankylosglossia (tongue-tied): having restricted range of motion of the tongue or being the antithesis of Gene Simmons ▪️ Millions of people are silent sufferers of having a short frenum or a tight pull on the base of their tongues. This can range from mild to severe and can even result in malnutrition due to difficulty
#Popcorn is the leading cause of fractured teeth in most practices-probably because we’re at the movies stuffing handfuls of it in our faces like no one is watching 👀 and then CRACK you bite down on that devilish 😾 un-popped kernel! My advice, knowing popcorn will NEVER go out of style…eat one at a time.