When Your Root Canal Fails, It's Time For Endodontic Retreatment

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Kolnick to determine whether you are a candidate to undergo root canal treatment with endodontic retreatment.

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Understanding the Link Between Poor Oral Health and Systemic Diseases

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and although it might not seem like it, there is a close connection between breast cancer and oral hygiene. An endodontist in White Plains, NY can examine your gums to determine the level of your oral health. Here at Advanced Endodontics of Westchester, we are proud to do our part in raising breast cancer awareness.

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6 Ways Oral Health Promotes Overall Well Being

The entire month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and at Advanced Endodontics of Westchester, we want to do our part to spread the word about the relationship between poor oral health and systemic diseases, such as breast cancer. If you are looking for a highly qualified endodontist in Mt. Kisco, NY, look no further than Advanced Endodontics of Westchester.

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The Root Canal Procedure Is Not as Painful as it Looks

Far too many people are avoiding the dentist because they fear having a root canal. If you are among those people who believe the root canal procedure is a painful one, think again. Dr. Justin Kolnick offers painless root canal treatment in White Plains, NY. 

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How Can Lasers Keep Your Gums Healthy?

Lasers can be used in diagnosing and treating gum disease and other oral health problems. The device used in laser dentistry produces a very focused beam of light energy that can be used to shape, remove or access tissue. If you are suffering from gum disease, ask Dr. Kolnick if laser dentistry may be right for you. To schedule an appointment, contact his office at (914) 750-4033. 

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Beginner’s Guide: Lasers in Dentistry

Dental professionals have seen a rise in the need for fillings, root canals, biopsies, removals and other surgical procedures. Luckily, the introduction of lasers into the operating room has benefited patients and dental professionals alike.

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Conquer Your Dental Phobias with Sedation Dentistry

We understand the importance of having patients remain calm and relaxed during their dental procedures. In addition to keeping patients calm, sedation helps to reduce the risk of complications and improves the speed of treatment and recovery. Patients have several sedation choices to consider when getting dental work done in our office. If you are ready to get your teeth repaired or to transform your smile, Call Dr. Kolnick at (914) 750-4033 to make an appointment for a consultation.

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