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The Effects of Eating Disorders on Teeth

Eating disorders are an epidemic that plague over 10 million Americans. While they’re typically more common in teenagers and adult women, eating disorders can affect anyone despite age or gender. They’re particularly dangerous for the body and for mental health, but they can also negatively affect your mouth. Types of Eating Disorders There are several…

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Get Your Teeth as White as Winter’s Snow

There’s nothing more pristine and white than fresh winter snow. But it doesn’t take much, and before you know it, the snow looks dingy and dirty. The same can be said for your teeth! But don’t worry, the friendly team at our Long Island dental offices is ready to help take your smile from drab…

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Kissing Under the Mistletoe – Prepare to Pucker Up

‘Tis the season for festive festivities and reminiscing with family and friends. Whether you’re standing under the mistletoe or possibly planting a smooch on a loved one’s lips, our dental offices in Long Island wants to help ensure your kiss is fresh and clean this holiday season. Brushing and Flossing Be sure to spread holiday…

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Alcohol Use and Oral Health

Nearly a quarter of all U.S. adults 18 and older have engaged in one or more nights of excessive drinking this past year. Excessive drinking is defined as five or more drinks for men, and four or more drinks for women. While some may only see this as a concern for your overall health, at…

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holiday stress

Stop Stressing, Protect your Mouth

As the hustle and bustle of the holiday season approaches, we’re faced with the stress of going here and there, buying presents, cooking food, visiting family, and the seemingly never-ending whirlwind that happens every year around this time. While we all know stress isn’t good for overall health, our dental practices in Long Island ,…

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Chew Gum for Better Dental Health

By now, you have probably heard about Xylitol gum, but you aren’t sure why it is such a big deal. Isn’t it just another artificial sweetener? Not at all! While Xylitol looks and tastes much like sugar, it will not raise blood sugar levels the way sugar does. And since it’s found in many fruits…

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I’d Rather Have a Root Canal

“I’d rather have a root canal than be stuck in traffic.” “Liver for breakfast? I’d rather have a root canal!” “Wow. That board meeting was just about as fun as a root canal.” We have heard all the jokes, and we don’t like them! Not because we don’t have a sense of humor –  you…

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Dr. Tyrangel Featured in Prevention Magazine

A good ol’ cup of joe is one of the best small pleasures in life. Yet, no one wants coffee stains on their teeth, prompting many to drink the beverage with a straw — but is this really the best choice? Prevention magazine recently tackled the question in an article featuring our very own Dr….

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Dr. Dallal is Featured in Long Island Pulse Magazine!

Our general dentist Dr. Stephen Dallal has been spotlighted as a Doctor of Distinction by Long Island Pulse Magazine. Dr. Dallal is skilled in many cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers and teeth whitening. Congratulations, Dr. Dallal, and if you’re a patient looking to improve your smile, call us today to make an appointment with Dr. Dallal or…

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Dr. Weiner

Dr. Eric Weiner Featured on

Dr. Eric Weiner contributed his dental expertise to, describing the hottest trends in dentistry this Spring. He informs consumers about ways to avoid ingesting chemicals via dental care products, such as by using all-natural toothpaste and mouthwash. Dr. Weiner also mentions that patients should look for products that have been approved by the American…

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Dr. Morhaim Discusses Benefits of LANAP Procedure

Dr. Sam Morhaim discussed treating periodontal disease with LANAP, which is a procedure that utilizes a laser beam to destroy diseased tissue, with Sheen Magazine. Dr. Morhaim explains that using LANAP is far more comfortable than other methods of dealing with periodontal disease. There is virtually no pain, no side effects, or stitches. The healing…

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Dr. Berk

Dr. Berk Joins Us In Great Neck and Hicksville!

  Dr. Berk is a skilled orthodontist who recently joined our dental care team in our Hicksville and Great Neck, Long Island office locations. If you’ve been thinking about starting orthodontic treatment, contact us today to set up an appointment with Dr. Berk or our other skilled orthodontist, Dr. Lewkowitz, to discuss your options. If you’ve been wondering if Invisalign…

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First for Women March 31 2014

Dr. Tyrangel Featured in First for Women Magazine

Dr. Arnie Tyrangel, a general dentist at Great Neck and Mid-Island Dental Associates, is featured in the March 31st issue of First for Women magazine. He discusses the best products to help you whiten and brighten your smile. Click on the image below to view the feature.

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Dr. Sinha Answers Your Top 10 Pediatric Dentistry Questions

One of our pediatric dentists, Dr. Abhinav Sinha, took some time to talk to Victoria over at Veep Veep to help her learn about pediatric dentistry. Check out the post to find out when your child’s first dentist visit should be, how to prepare, and how to keep your child’s mouth cavity-free!

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Fox News

Dr. Sam Morhaim explains LANAP laser gum treatment. The procedure provides a virtually painless way to treat periodontal disease. There is no need for stitches, and recovery time is minimal.

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The Beauty Bean

Drs. Arnold Tyrangel and Eric Weiner let you know what might be secretly staining your teeth–you can’t just blame red wine and coffee! Click on the article as featured in The Beauty Bean blog to read more.

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U.S. News and World Report

Dr. Navid Baradarian, one of our periodontists, discusses causes and treatment options for bad breath. Click on the article at left to read more.

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Dr. Tanny Josen, one of our pediatric dentists, advises that your child receives their first dental x-rays between the ages of 4 and 5. Read more about what to expect when you bring your child to the dentist for x-rays. (Click image to view article)

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Long Island Exchange

Dr. Tanny Josen gives pointers for your child’s first dental visit–and everything leading up to it–in honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month. (click image to enlarge article)

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Calendar of Events 2014

Calendar of Events

See what’s happening at Great Neck and Mid-Island Dental Associates This Year!

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