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33 Year Old Who Did Not Wear Her Retainer and Wanted Straight Teeth - New York, NY

Dr. Orlando has been my dentist ever since I moved to NY in 2006. He uses the latest techniques and approaches to give me the best dental care. He thoroughly explains what he recommends and why so that I can make an informed decision that fits my lifestyle. Anytime I have had more complex treatment done, he always calls or messages me after to see how I am doing. He is very thoughtful. I have referred several friends to Dr. O who have all had positive experiences.

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  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Psychology, University of Michigan, 2001
    DDS, University of Michigan, 2005
    Advanced Education of General Dentistry, University of Florida, 2006
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Academy of General Dentistry
    International Congress of Oral Implantologists

Treatments offered at Frank Orlando DDS, FAGD, FICOI

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Teeth and Gums Reveal the Inside Story of Overall General Health

Nothing is as Good as Prevention Meticulous oral hygiene is best, coupled with professional measures and exams. While an old saying advises "the eyes are the window to the soul," modern dental research says the mouth provides an even better view of the body as a whole. Some of the earliest signs of diabetes, cancer, immune disorders, hormone imbalances and drug issues show up in the gums, teeth and tongue long before a patient knows anything is wrong. And there's growing evidence...

Prevention is the Key to a Healthier Mouth and Reduced Costs

Prevention is the Key to a Healthier Mouth and Reduced Costs A major misconception with dentistry is that your teeth are healthy unless you feel pain. This, in fact, is false! Though it would be hard for your family doctor to look at you and say, “You're going to get sick next month”, in dentistry, we can confidently tell people, “If you don't fix this issue (tooth or gums), it will start hurting soon.” Prevention is the key. Treating disease and infection...

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How to prevent/remove stains from composite resin veneers? Does staining occur immediately? (Photo)

If you are starting out with pretty nice teeth already, the dentist can perform a very conservative preparation preserving your natural tooth... READ MORE

I Have Spacing Issues, as Well as Periodontal Disease. Is Comestic Treatment Right for Me?

I would recommend taking care of any actual disease prior to cosmetic treatment. Being 20 years old you have to focus on your oral health and home... READ MORE

Age 46. Crowded and misaligned teeth. Would it still work?

I recommend starting with photos, models of your teeth and a comprehensive exam. Start off by making sure your teeth are disease free (no cavities)... READ MORE

I need to fix my smile! What do you recommend for someone with no insurance & about $3000 so far to spend? (photo)

I would suggest Invisalign or Braces to straighten your teeth - It will not affect you enamel. After you get things aligned better, you can reevaluate... READ MORE

What could cause chronic inflammation around right front central incisor after placement of a veneer? (Photo)

There could be a couple of reasons - first, there can be residual cement left behind, be sure to have that checked and removed. Further, The veneer... READ MORE

Would you recommend Dental implant instead of deciduous tooth? (photo)

This is a great question. I would have a thorough evaluation to see if there is enough bone for an implant - ideally you should have a CBCT scan to... READ MORE

How to Approach Papillary Gingival Recession Around a Bridge?

This is an interesting situation. The gum tissue follows the bone - thus you must have some bone loss between those teeth. Just adding some "gum... READ MORE

Will It Be Possible to Push my Set of Teeth out and Make my Upper Teeth Show More and Lower Teeth Less with Braces? (photo)

Hello, please make sure that you treat your teeth for health prior to doing anything else. It looks like you have quite a few root canals and possibly... READ MORE

Can I Protect my Teeth from Furth Bulimia Damage if I Get Veneers?

I would suggest seeing a dentist you trust and evaluating your particular situation. You may consider full coverage crowns to protect the backs of... READ MORE

Should I Get Veneers Or Implants?

I would suggest you see a dentist and determine if you are a candidate for dental implants and evaluate what it will entail. Will you need a bone... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Orlando

Frank Orlando, DDS has shared 6 before and after pictures with 8 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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