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Are you new to UPD Dental Associates? We’re thrilled you’ve chosen us. In order to save you time, please complete a Health History Form and bring it with your first appointment.
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UPD participates with many dental insurance companies. Some of these insurances include: NYS Medicaid, Child Health Plus Plans, Fidelis Network, GHI, Nova, Guardian, MetLife, Delta Dental, Cigna PPO, Aetna PPO, Dental Pay, United Concordia and Service Employees Benefit Fund. If you don’t see your insurance plan listed here, please contact us to discuss possible options. We don’t want insurance to be a barrier to great care!
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the surgery and care for patients with congenital, developmental and acquired craniofacial disorders of the head, neck, teeth and jaw.
Sometimes when wisdom teeth come in, there is not enough room in the mouth for the teeth. When this occurs, it means the teeth can become impacted which means that the teeth do not fully emerge. Symptoms may include:
Having improperly aligned jaws and/or teeth may lead to increased tooth decay, abnormal tooth wear, difficulty chewing, difficulty speaking and excessive stress on the supporting bone and gum tissue.
Appropriate orthodontic treatment can help restore proper function and esthetics, allowing you to achieve a healthy, beautiful smile. Click here for orthodontic locations.
For the duration of orthodontic treatment you will have to make some changes. However, it is still important to maintain a healthy and nutritious diet. Here are some examples of foods to avoid when undergoing orthodontic treatment:
What foods are OK to eat?
Yes. Please continue your regular visits with the dentist. It is crucial to maintain excellent oral hygiene during your orthodontic treatment in order to achieve the best result. Routine visits with the dentist allow for professional cleanings to be completed throughout treatment.
For more information please visit MyLife. MySmile. My Orthodontist.
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