Alexander Cox, DMD, FAGD, started practicing dentistry with a simple mission: to empower every patient to live a happy, healthy life with a carefree smile. His dedication to providing patients with honest, conservative care has, once again, resulted in being named one of the Top Dentists of 2020 by Westchester Magazine.
Did you know that a healthy mouth and clean teeth can help you resist COVID-19 and other infectious diseases like the flu and the common cold? Get all the details in this blog from Scarsdale Smiles now.
Even if you have a great at-home dental care routine, seeing a dentist like Dr. Alex Cox for regular appointments is important. But how often do you really need to see a dentist in Scarsdale, and what happens if you don’t get regular dental appointments?
If you want to visit a dentist in Scarsdale, you may be wondering if it’s safe to see the dentist during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. Can you really be safe while getting the dental care you need?
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, dentists all across America have closed down for routine teeth cleanings and preventive dentistry, and are only offering treatment for urgent dental emergencies.
If you recently had a dental appointment and you were told that you needed a deep cleaning, you may be wondering what the differences are between a standard cleaning and this more extensive treatment. At Scarsdale Smiles, we want every patient to be informed about their dental health and any reasons we would suggest a deep cleaning. Here’s what you need to know about the differences between standard and deep cleanings:
The term “tracking” refers to a proper fit of your Invisalign aligners. Good tracking means that your aligners are closely following the shapes of your teeth, and are moving them properly. But poor tracking means your aligners might be loose, not fitting over one or more teeth, or may not be moving your teeth properly.
Did you know that If you don’t use your dental benefits by the end of the year, they won’t roll over? This means that you’ll be leaving money on the table if you don’t maximize your benefits! Here are a few things that will help ensure you get the most out of your dental benefits in 2019 and beyond:
If you’ve recently been on a flight and experienced a serious toothache on the plane, you may be wondering what happened. Is your mouth okay? Can you really get a toothache from being on an airplane? Do you need to see a dentist?