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Mario Abati
(718) 792-1000
2130 Williamsbridge Road
Bronx, NY
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics
Insurance
Medicare Accepted: No
Workmens Comp Accepted: No
Accepts Uninsured Patients: No
Emergency Care: No


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Sameh Aknouk
(718) 824-5444
1473 West Avenue
Bronx, NY
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics
Insurance
Medicare Accepted: No
Workmens Comp Accepted: No
Accepts Uninsured Patients: No
Emergency Care: No


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Dr. Ganjian
(212) 362-3360
5 West 71st Street
New York, NY
Business
Next Generation Dental
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics, Cosmetic, Pediatric and Adult Orthodontics
Doctor Information
Residency Training: Brooklyn Hospital
Medical School: Columbia University,

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Dr. Idelle Brand
(212) 947-0073
19 West 34th Street
New York, NY
Business
The Brand Wellness Center
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics, Nutritional Counseling, Hypnotherapy, Energy Medicine(Reiki, Reconnective Energy, Sound Therapy)
Insurance
Insurance Plans Accepted: None
Medicare Accepted: No
Workmens Comp Accepted: No
Accepts Uninsured Patients: Yes
Emergency Care: Yes

Doctor Information
Medical School: NYU College of Dentistry, 1981
Additional Information
Languages Spoken: English,Spanish

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Michael Pikus, DDS
152 Nassau Avenue
Manhasset, NY
Specialties
Periodontics

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Faisal Abdala
(718) 430-6996
1414 Metropolitan Avenue
Bronx, NY
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics
Insurance
Medicare Accepted: No
Workmens Comp Accepted: No
Accepts Uninsured Patients: No
Emergency Care: No


Data Provided By:
Ronald J. Shaskan, D.D.S.
(212) 983-0233
501 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics
Insurance
Insurance Plans Accepted: We will work with most fee-for-service dental plans. Call for more information.
Accepts Uninsured Patients: Yes
Emergency Care: Yes

Doctor Information
Medical School: New York University College of Dentistry, 1985
Additional Information
Member Organizations: American Dental Association Dental Study Club of New York
Awards: America's Top Dentists 2003-2004 and 2005-2006


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Ronald J Shaskan
(212) 983-0233
124 East 40 Street
New York, NY
Business
Ronald J Shaskan, Dental PLLC
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics

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Joanne M Butler, DDS
(516) 365-8005
166 Park Ave
Manhasset, NY
Specialties
General Dentistry

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Willy Jordonne, DDS
(718) 953-1043
1177 Nostrand Ave
Manhasset, NY
Specialties
General Dentistry

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Bad Breath, Morning Breath - 12 Step Plan

By Dr. Donald A. Miller

I recently read a news miscellany that a young researcher into a cure for bad breath offered only one solution: brush the back of the tongue when brushing your teeth. How foolish! That advice can't hurt, but there's much more to the story.

Here is better advice, based on years of sweet breath.

1. Don't smoke. Non smokers can smell your stench for hours afterwards, from many feet away. It's so bad that a non smoker can usually tell if there are smokers in the automo- bile in front, or if someone has smoked in a given room or car even days earlier.

2. Limit alcohol intake to no more than one or two drinks on most days. A little bit can extend life, but a lot can shorten it, as well as irritating the digestive system enough to taint your breath.

3. Eat a low fat and high fiber diet, with whole-grains, fruits, vegetables. That is also good advice for reducing your chances of heart attack and cancer.

4. Limit sugary snacks and beverages, and fatty-salty snacks.

5. Don't be fat. Overweight can damage your whole system in a lot of ways, including foul breath.

6. Have regular bowel movements, best if soon after or before your first meal of the day. If you need help getting into this habit, take high fiber dietary supplements after supper, in moderation. "Psyllium husk" works. Non-fiber laxatives, used frequently, are not a good idea. See #11.

7. Brush your teeth after your last meal of the day, and don't snack afterwards. Brush from the gums to the teeth ends. Include a good job of flossing, as a dentist can teach you, reaching below the gum line. It is a waste of time to brush before breakfast, but after breakfast is fine. (I floss and brush both a.m. and p.m., and my few fillings are all from my early years. My parents did not know any better.)

8. Get regular dental cleanings and treat any cavities. If you are good with floss and brush, you can go longer than six months. If you always have visible crusty deposits along your gum line, you have not been cleaning properly, and you will probably be wearing dentures before middle age. Teeth DON'T have to be rotting in order to fall out.

9. Don't bother with mouth wash or special tooth pastes, unless your dentist says there is a good medical reason for it. That is one of the most profitable and worthless product categories on the market, after carbonated beverages. If you are really paranoid, you can gargle with dilute hydrogen peroxide or salt water, but prolonged use can kill off beneficial bacteria and encourage the growth of yeasts and fungi.

10. If you have any chronic diseases, ask your doctor if they can affect your breath. Some medicines can taint the breath, but their benefits are more important than how you smell.

11. Get at least some exercise. If nothing better, walk a mile or two every day. A morning walk can help regular bowel movements.

12. Don't worry about spices, garlic, onions; they are a part of a joyful life. If you are concerned, brush teeth or ...

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