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Dr. Morhaim recently wrote his first children’s book titled, Where Are All My Toys? Dr. Morhaim’s book tells the story of a five-year-old boy named Jimmy and his discovery of what is truly important in life." Additionally, please also include this sentence at the beginning of the blog: "Many of you know Dr. Sam Morhaim as a Periodontist at our Great Neck and Mid Island Dental Associates practices. Beyond his friendly demeanor and wide array of knowledge in the dental field, Dr. Morhaim is also a newly published children’s book author
Walking into a dentist’s office can cause those with dental anxiety or a dental phobia to feel extremely uncomfortable. While our skilled team at Great Neck and Mid-Island Dental Associates offers sedation dentistry to assist patients through any type of appointment, sometimes just understanding the underlying causes of dental anxiety can help in managing any fears.
Straightening your teeth does not need to be an embarrassing or time-consuming experience. Unlike metal braces, Invisalign makes getting a beautiful smile as simple as popping in a clear aligner and going about your day.
Just the thought of visiting the dentist or undergoing a specific procedure can cause some patients to feel anxious. At Great Neck and Mid-Island Dental Associates, we do everything possible to ensure all visits are comfortable and stress-free. However, some patients still need a little extra help relaxing.
Hoping for a straighter smile, but not sure if Invisalign is right for you? In most instances, yes – it is! Our team of skilled dentists at Great Neck and Mid-Island Dental Associates will meet with you to determine the best treatment protocol for your personal case, but Invisalign is a great option in general for anyone looking to improve their smile with ease.
Dental veneers and caps, also known as crowns, help to improve the aesthetic appearance of your smile. Both cover your teeth to mask imperfections, such as discoloration, and misshaped and chipped teeth. While they both achieve similar results, the procedures and best practices for both are very different. So how do you know which is the right option for you?