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Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu, DMD

Dentist

Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu DMD is a top Dentist in Stamford, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu DMD is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu DMD is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu DMD is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Stamford, CT, Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu DMD is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
12 years Experience
Dr. Ying jie Lisa Wu, DMD
  • Stamford, CT
  • TUFTS School of Dental Medicine
  • Accepting new patients

My son grinds his teeth. What can you do to help him?

Hi, Your son grinding his teeth can be related to several issues. It could be some sleep issue, teeth position or is during period of permanent teeth growth. We recommend an READ MORE
Hi,

Your son grinding his teeth can be related to several issues. It could be some sleep issue, teeth position or is during period of permanent teeth growth. We recommend an oral appliance that will help with grinding and at the same time will resolve any sleep related issues and teeth position.

Best,

Lisa Wu, DMD

Are my medications staining my teeth?

Hi! Yes, medication can cause staining like iron supplements. After taking it, use warm water rinse and gentle brushing. There are other causes of staining. It is best you READ MORE
Hi!

Yes, medication can cause staining like iron supplements. After taking it, use warm water rinse and gentle brushing. There are other causes of staining. It is best you consult your dentist.

Lisa Wu, DMD

My son has a habit of biting ice. Will this harm his teeth?

Hi, Yes, if your son continue to chew ice, he can crack his teeth. It’s difficult to predict the extend of the crack. Some patients are very lucky and only have a small chip READ MORE
Hi,

Yes, if your son continue to chew ice, he can crack his teeth. It’s difficult to predict the extend of the crack. Some patients are very lucky and only have a small chip and other patients crack the whole tooth result in extraction. Early signs of chewing ice may also be sensitivity in teeth or discomfort in jaw muscles. I strongly recommend your child stop the habit. Perhaps have a conversation with his dentist at his next visit.

Best,

Lisa Wu, DMD