Feelin’ Flossy

Grand Street Dental was recently featured on Cassandra.co — Check it out here!  

Grand Street Dental: Dentistry Redesigned

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

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White Spots

WHITE SPOTS or hypocalcification areas can now be treated in one visit and without a drill! Starting this December, GSD will be offering ICON treatment to painlessly and beautifully correct these white spot lesions! Call or email to inquire! Repost 📸 by the wonderful

Retainers

RETAINERS • every patient asks me how long they need to wear their retainer for after #invisalign. My answer? For life. Teeth always shift, and consistent nightly retention is the absolute best way to keep your alignement…well, aligned!

Composite Bondings

Yesterday’s spring awakening ⚡️Composite bondings on this amazing patient’s front teeth to restore harmony, length and esthetics!

Teeth Cleaning

According to research conducted by the Mayo Clinic, Periodontitis is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease and that people with chronic gum disease have increased thickness of their neck blood vessels. There is also a strong correlation between diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and evidence that people with diabetes benefit from professional teeth

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Nightguard

“You’re either grinding your teeth or chewing on rocks!”-things I’ve said to a patient 😆 It’s no wonder why teeth, fillings and even porcelain crowns will chip, or even fail because of grinding! Nighttime grinding can have forces upwards of 900 pounds of pressure 💪🏼 Talk to your dentist about making a custom nightguard and

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Gum Recession

Slight gum recession can make this popsicle season a nightmare 🙀 Here’s why: Enamel (which covers the part of the tooth you see) is the hardest 💪🏼substance in our body, BUT the root is covered by cementum, which is 9 times weaker! When gum tissue recedes back slightly, the cementum is exposed and is now

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