Dr. Mitchel Lee Friedman D.D.S.
Dentist | General Practice539 Newman Springs Rd Lincroft NJ, 07738
Mitchel Friedman, DDS practices in Lincroft at Newman Springs Dental Care as a Cosmetic Dentist . Dr. Friedman was invited to join RealSelf in 2011, and has achieved " Participating Member " ...
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Go to the closest emergency room NOW! Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Yes. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Go back to the dentist who fabricated them for you to make adjustments. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Only use mouthwash that DOES NOT contain alcohol. Spit out. Anything left over you can swallow. Do not rinse with water. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
After your teeth fall out from losing the bone due to periodontal disease. Don’t delay treatment! Get help now! Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Yes, over 3-8 weeks. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
You need to return to the dentist who placed it for you. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Until the numbness wears off. Mitchel Friedman 732-741-6444 READ MORE
Yes, however not having back teeth puts the other teeth at risk of damage and eventual loss. Mitchel Friedman 732-741-6444 READ MORE
Are you in active treatment with braces? If you are, it depends if there is enough room for an implant. If you are in retention, the answer is yes. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
The floss that you use! Mitchel Friedman 732-741-6444 READ MORE
The decision to choose a bridge is more than how many teeth are missing. Implants are a better option to replace missing teeth which will not risk damage to others. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
If puss was oozing out of your eye, ear or nose what would you do? Get help from a dentist TODAY! Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Go back to the dentist who did it. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Long enough to fabricate the final crown, usually 2-3 weeks. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Your disease won’t be helped without professional care. Don’t delay. READ MORE
Cavities are caused by a bacterial infection, which can be spread to other teeth as well as anyone you kiss. Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Gum infection! Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
Pain is a poor indicator of disease. Without a root canal, you risk the loss of this tooth forever. READ MORE
The American Dental Association calls gums disease the “silent killer of teeth.” Bad breath, red puffy gums, and bleeding when flossing (you must floss). Mitchel Friedman READ MORE
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- Monmouth Medical Center 1985
- Academy of General Dentistry, Chicago, IL 1990
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