COVID-19 has changed the employment landscape. Many industries are suffering, while others are desperate to get more people onboard. Regardless of where you are looking for a job, however, you should arrive at your virtual interview well-prepared. That may involve doing homework on your prospective employer, thinking about how you are going to answer questions, and making sure you have a distraction-free space in your home to set up the interview. And there is one more thing you should consider — your smile. Let’s discuss how a winning smile can help you land your ideal job.(more…)
As a senior citizen, you have some distinct advantages in life. You’ve gained the wisdom that can come only with experience, and perhaps you have reached the point where you are retired and are ready to enjoy the “good life” that you have been spent years looking forward to. However, you might also find that as you age, your dental health is changing. Not to worry — as the best dentist in Massapequa Park, Dr. Allan S. Mohr is ready to help you enjoy a healthy, radiant smile that reflects your youthful spirit. Let’s discuss some of the dental needs that are common among seniors and how expert dental care can help you overcome challenges to your oral health.(more…)
A term that is getting used more and more in the dental community these days is “patchwork dentistry.” In short, this refers to patients choosing short term treatments to solve their problems as opposed to long-term solutions (similar to how some cities handle ongoing roadwork). While this approach may help a patient save money now, it always costs them dearly later. Are you dealing with oral pain or are unhappy with how your smile looks because of old, worn out dental work? If so, Dr. Allan Mohr and his team can rehabilitate your smile and make sure you enjoy gorgeous results that can also be trusted to last a lifetime. (more…)
If you’re missing several or all of your teeth, deciding to replace them was probably relatively easy, but what’s more difficult is choosing how to actually do it. These days, the most popular options are partial dentures, full dentures, and implant-retained dentures. Each is used by countless dentists around the world to successfully rebuild their patients’ smiles, but which one would be best for you? If you’re considering getting dentures on Long Island, a little knowledge can help make your choice much simpler, which is exactly what you’ll find below. (more…)
Literally for hundreds of years, dentures have provided a reliable and affordable solution for people missing several teeth. Today, these prosthetics can be custom-made to perfectly fit every patient, instantly restoring not only their oral health, but their confidence as well. Patients have more choice than ever, but their options basically boil down to two: traditional dentures and implant dentures on Long Island. If you were to ask your dentist which one is better, they would definitely point you towards implant dentures, and here are just a few reasons why… (more…)
Once again, you find yourself being the last one at the table who is still eating. You love meeting up with your family, but this part of the evening always makes you so feel self-conscious. The adults are discreetly checking their watches while the kids have already pulled out their phones. They are waiting on you. Unfortunately, you can’t eat any faster because of your unreliable dentures. You’re terrified that if you don’t chew slowly and gingerly, they could actually slip right out of your mouth! Have you ever found yourself in this kind of situation? If so, then dental implants on Long Island may be exactly what you need to finally get a set of teeth you can trust. (more…)
If you’ve suffered severe tooth loss or are on the brink of having a number of teeth removed, you may fear that you’re looking at a long life with loose or ill-fitting dentures. But we’ve got good news: today’s prosthetics aren’t much like those that your grandfather may have struggled with. A denture retained by dental implants mimics your natural teeth so well you may even forget they’re not the ones you’ve always had!
If you have lost one or more teeth, you need a high quality replacement to smile with confidence and resume your happy, productive life. There are, however, a number of tooth replacement options available these days, and it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. So when it comes to you tooth replacement, do you choose Long Island dental implants, crowns, bridges, or dentures? Dr. Allan S. Mohr recommends dental implants for most patients. Here’s why.