Get Answers to Your Bayside, NY Dental Questions

If you have questions about your smile care, you’re not alone. Many patients do, so we’ve compiled a list of common Bayside, NY dental questions. If yours isn’t listed, call us at 718-260-6175 and a member of our friendly staff will be happy to help.

  • Do you have a way to straighten my teeth without metal braces?

    Yes, we certainly do. Invisalign is an innovative teeth straightening treatment that uses smooth, plastic aligners. They are metal-free and very comfortable. And since they’re crafted out of clear material, they’re nearly invisible – other people will probably not notice them unless you point them out. Best of all, you could complete Invisalign treatment by this time next year!

  • How can you help me overcome my fear of dental work?

    Our team works hard each day to provide a relaxing dental experience to each patient. When you set foot in our cozy, historic building, you’ll feel the difference right away. Compassionate staff members will greet you warmly and make you feel at home. During your treatment you can take advantage of warming massage chairs and soft blankets to help you relax. Plus, Dr. Bram and our staff are always available to answer questions or to help however possible.

  • What forms of payment do you accept?

    Dr. Bram wants to make it easy for our patients to receive comprehensive smile care in one location. We accept a variety of payment methods to make that happen. Choose cash, checks, major credit cards, in-house financing, and third-party financing through CareCredit and Lending Tree. If you have any questions about payment or financing, call us at 718-260-6175 and our staff will be glad to get you answers.

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At Dental Expressions by Dr. Gary Bram, we strive to give each patient a great dental experience. Besides a caring staff and patient-friendly amenities in our cozy office setting, dental education plays a key role in our mission. ...

Most people don’t look forward to visiting the dentist, but they still go and have their dental work done without much worry. Those with dental anxiety or dental phobia, however, put off going to the dentist because of their ...