For more than three decades, Gitlin Dental Group has taken care of the dental needs of people of all ages in Nassau County. Three decades of diligence have given us the knowledge to provide top-notch family dentistry in Bethpage, NY and at our newest practice location in Roslyn, NY. As a patient-centric and family-focused practice, our team understands a comfortable space and caring touch is as important as the services we provide.
We use the latest technology to provide the best dental care possible for you and your family, in a warm and welcoming environment. And because we know life can get busy and the unexpected can happen, we’re open seven days a week and offer same-day emergency appointments.
If you’re looking for compassionate and clinically excellent family dentistry in Bethpage & Roslyn, NY, we look forward to greeting and treating you. Our experienced and competent team of dental professionals are dedicated to giving you the smile you deserve!
When dental decay, cracked fillings, root canals or tooth grinding (bruxism) have caused extensive damage to the underlying tooth structure, a dental filling may not provide sufficient restoration to protect the tooth. The only way to completely restore the cosmetic appearance and function of a compromised tooth is with a zirconia or porcelain dental crown that fits over the tooth after it’s modified in size and shape. A dental bridge consists of an artificial tooth or teeth supported by crowns covering modified teeth on each end. Crowns are also used as the final restoration for dental implants, to prevent extraction of a cracked tooth or as an alternative to porcelain veneers for badly discolored or stained teeth. For your convenience, we offer Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics/CEramic REConstruction (CEREC®) crowns and bridges created from blocks of high-quality dental ceramic with our on-site milling machine, which enables same-day restorations.
With a demonstrated success rate of well over 90%, root canal procedures are the most effective procedure for saving and retaining a tooth that has been severely compromised by dental decay or injury. During a root canal procedure, our dentists remove the diseased dental pulp, clean the internal portion of your tooth, then fill all the prepared canals with a biocompatible filling material. Although root canal therapy is typically performed under local anesthesia, we also offer additional dental sedation options to reduce dental anxiety. Because a root canal increases the tooth’s vulnerability to stress and fracture, a permanent crown is required to protect the tooth from further damage.
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