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Advanced Dentistry of Westchester
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As dentist’s who create beautiful smiles, Drs. Kenneth and Sabrina Magid understand the importance of how your lips frame your teeth and smile. With esthetic Botox treatments and dermal filler treatments the doctors can “relax” your lip to correct a gummy smile, erase lines and wrinkles, eliminate the “sad” look of a down turned mouth and thinning lips. What work of art is not enhanced by the perfect frame!

Remember when you had to have an x-ray at your dentist appointment? They would put that square of hard cardboard in your mouth and tell you to bite down. No matter how it was positioned in your mouth it always hurt! Then they would leave the room to develop the x-ray and you would wait in the dental chair. Sometimes they had to take the x-ray again and it started all over. Those days are long gone - today x-rays are taken digitally with lots less - about 80% less radiation than traditional x-rays. The images are stored on a computer and visible immediately. Thank goodness for technology!

Improve Your Love Life

Not having much luck with your love life? Maybe you need to improve your smile. 84 percent of adults perceive having an attractive smile as important, according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive. Most adults would not set up their best friend on a blind date with someone with bad teeth. Fortunately, there are a myriad of ways to improve your smile from teeth 
whitening to dental crowns and more!

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Have you tried to quit smoking or have you thought about quitting? Certainly enough has been written about and talked about letting you know that smoking is bad for you. It increases your risk for heart disease, cancer and a host of other diseases, but did you know that it adversely affects your oral health as well?

Recent studies have shown that tobacco use may be one of the most significant risk factors in the development and progression of gum disease. In addition, following periodontal treatment or any type of oral surgery, the chemicals in tobacco can slow down the healing process.
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This gentleman had a big gap between his front teeth that he didn’t want there!! Dr. Magid created this new smile for him and just look at the difference now. He looks pretty happy with his smile now!
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Sabrina Magid, DMD

Dr. Sabrina Magid was selected as one of 22 people to watch in Westchester County published by Westchester Magazine
Just two years into her practice, 29-year-old Sabrina Magid, DMD, is teaching her colleagues about what she sees as their roles in other fields of health: oral cancer, gastric reflux, sleep apnea, and even the difficulties faced by deaf and hard-of-hearing patients. She’s a founding member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, a national organization devoted to the intersection of oral health and the overall health of the body, and has been a part of the push to get dentists to screen their patients for oral cancer.

“In training, I was struck by the number of patients who snore and have high blood pressure and gastric reflux,” Magid says. “As I investigated the causes, I began to see articles linking these with obstructive sleep apnea.” Today, she teaches colleagues nationwide about the disorder, which may affect as many as 23 million Americans. “OSA is often a problem with the tongue and the shape of the dental arches. Dentists can, and should be, playing a role in the diagnosis and treatment of this problem.” 

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