Grand Central Dentist

Robert Lichtenstein, DDS Dental is your go-to Grand Central dentist office. We are a full service dental practice dedicated to providing our patients with the very best in oral health care. We want you and your family to have strong and healthy teeth and gums, and we want you to leave our office with beautiful smiles. Our dedicated staff of professionals works tirelessly to make sure that all of our patients receive the friendly, individualized care that they deserve, and that our state-of-the-art office is a welcoming place where you feel comfortable bringing your entire family for treatment. Whether you are in need of a comprehensive oral exam or treatment for gingivitis, Grand Central dental office is here to make sure that you get the best care possible.

Gum disease is a serious oral health issue that demands immediate treatment. Gum disease occurs in different stages and manifests differently, depending on the type of gum disease, but one fact remains constant: untreated gum disease can result in lost teeth, and permanent and painful damage to the gum tissue and bone. Gingivitis is the mildest and most common form of gum disease. It’s the earliest form of the disease and results from plaque. Chronic periodontal disease is caused by inflammation below the gum line. It will look like your teeth are getting longer but in fact your gums are receding due to the gum disease make sure to visit the Grand Central dental office. Aggressive periodontal disease is characterized by the rapid loss of gum and bone tissue.

Smokers are at an increased risk of developing aggressive periodontal disease. Periodontal disease relating to systemic conditions is found when the body has a pre-existing, or underlying condition such as, heart disease, diabetes and respiratory disease. These medical conditions can intensify and accelerate the progression of the gum disease. Similarly, necrotizing periodontal disease is a form of gum disease that affects sufferers of HIV, immunosuppression, malnutrition, or chronic stress. The constant in these varying forms of gum disease is that treatment is necessary.

If you notice bleeding, discomfort or soreness in your teeth and gums when you brush and floss than you could be suffering from gingivitis or another form of gum disease. Make an appointment with your go-to Grand Central dental office today in order to treat this serious oral condition. Robert Lichtenstein, DDS will work with you to make sure your gums are healthy and that you don’t loose your teeth.


Grand Central Dental Office

420 Lexington Ave, Suite 228.
New York, NY 10170
(212) 682-7200