Part of our philosophy at Dr. Glazer’s office is to equip our patients with the knowledge and tools they need to maintain a healthy mouth at home.
We’ll demonstrate the proper technique for brushing and flossing so that you can keep plaque and disease at bay. While we believe that healthy habits at home can greatly improve your chances for good dental health, we also emphasize the importance of seeing your dentist regularly.
Preventative dentistry at Dr. Glazer’s office provides our patients with regular, thorough cleanings to remove disease causing plaque that builds up no matter how well you brush at home.
We also perform treatments to strengthen the enamel of your teeth, prevent the build-up of bacteria in hard to clean areas, screen you for early signs of cancer, decay or gum disease, and address any issues that arise.
is a graduate of NYU College of Dentistry, a Fellow and past President of the Academy of General Dentistry, and former Assistant Clinical Professor of Dentistry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, NY). He lectures throughout the US, Latin America, Canada, Europe, Israel, Scandinavia, India, Japan, China, and Korea on the subjects of cosmetic dentistry, forensic dentistry and patient management. He maintains a general practice in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
While we don’t participate with any dental insurance plan, we will be happy to complete and submit your forms as treatment is completed to help you maximize your benefits. All fees are paid directly to our office by you patient.
Dr. Glazer focuses on helping you restore your best smile with state-of-the-art Cosmetic Dentistry techniques.
A dental implant is actually a root replacement. A crown is attached to the implant and becomes a standalone tooth, functioning and appearing just like the natural tooth you have lost.
If you have teeth that suffer from tooth decay, your dentist will most likely recommend fillings to repair the teeth. The decay is removed from a tooth using a drill, or laser. Once the decay is gone, your dentist will shape the tooth to prepare it for the filling. After the filling is placed, your dentist will polish and smooth the tooth.
Dental sealants are extra protection against cavities and the buildup of plaque, especially for the back molars where decay occurs most often. The sealant is painted directly onto the tooth enamel where it bonds to the tooth and hardens, acting as a barrier against food particles and plaque.
A dental bridge is made up of two or more anchoring teeth on either side of a gap. Inside the gap sits the false tooth, called a pontic, which can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials.
There are a number of methods to choose from when it comes to whitening your teeth. Choose from whitening toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, trays, and other products you can get from your dentist. Another option is in-office bleaching, an expensive but highly effective treatment that yields dramatic results.
A root canal repairs and saves a tooth that is badly decayed or has been infected. The nerve and pulp of the tooth are removed, then the tooth is cleaned and sealed to prevent further decay and infection.
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“Dr. Glazer is the best dentist I’ve been to. Great staff, quick and simple process. Would recomment to anyone.”— H. Eisen
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“I’ve been coming here for 20 years and it’s just like family…Dr. Glazer REALLY cares and he’s always there when you need him.”— J. Senton