Dr. Madalina Iorgulescu, DMD
Dentist | General Practice137 Summit Avenue 3C Summit NJ, 07901
Dr. Madalina Iorgulescu is a Dentist practicing in Summit, NJ. Dr. Iorgulescu specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.
Education and Training
University of Medicine of NJ DMD 2009
NYUCD DMD 2007
University of Medicine of NJ MDS 2012
American Board of Prosthodontics
Dr. Madalina Iorgulescu, DMD's Expert Contributions
You must psychological accept them! READ MORE
A good pair of dentures can restore all esthetic function as long as you have enough bone support. As long as you have bone and financial support, you can upgrade them with implants for a better treatment option. READ MORE
Brush, floss, use a water pick. Assure periodic (every 3 or 4 months) in-office hygiene visit. READ MORE
It all depends, no one can predict healing. In general 6 weeks post treatment can be expected. READ MORE
You brush after each meal, keep the food away off of your teeth. READ MORE
No, the warm salt water is good after surgery. If the gums are swollen you need an exam and most likely a professional dental cleaning. READ MORE
It depends on how much bone is still present and where the position is. It can be regenerated if necessary or if possible...sometimes it's not possible. READ MORE
No, but you need to brush them ideally after each meal. A special denture brush and soap. READ MORE
Yes it can. READ MORE
Not necessarily, but is a possibility. READ MORE
It should not. You can be numb. READ MORE
Not a good idea for the first 48 hours after treatment READ MORE
in general one hour after. READ MORE
It depends on the amount of the space present. Spaces get closed pretty fast. READ MORE
Not necessarily. If there are no symptoms of pain or troubling, I would open the tooth, clean the cavity, disinfect the tooth, if not going in the nerve by cleaning it, and fill the tooth or restore it as required. If it's too deep and too wide, you may need a crown. These days, we do not take the life away of any tooth just because it has a deep cavity....in my clinic anyway. Good luck. READ MORE
Hi, It depends. Do you have spaces? You may consider clear aligners in the form of Invisalign that will move teeth. It is a case selection. READ MORE
Yes, partially, or at least will localize the problem to the affected root and NOT allow to spread the infection to others. The antibiotics will not cure your problem, you may need further treatment, root canal, periodontal work or even extraction; will depend. READ MORE
Will be better to sleep without it, or at least without one of them. Imagine those prosthesis like a pair of shoes; you will want the tissue to breathe, to relax a little, not to stay under constant pressure. READ MORE
Hi, If it is above the gums, with sharp instruments, ultrasonic equipment. If it's beneath the gingiva, you will need to be numb and have a deep cleaning or scaling and root planning. READ MORE
In a long run, a root canal. That will be something to consider as an investment, in addition that you save one of your organs per se. You will enjoy it in chewing, in talking, in living your life. If someone will ask you to cut off your leg because it's cheaper, what will you do? READ MORE
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- American College of Prosthodontists
- Greater New York Academy of Prosthodonstists
- American Dental Association
- New Jersey Dental Association
- Fellow, American College of Prosthodontist
Professional Society Memberships
- President of the New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Prosthodontists
- Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics Fellow
What do you attribute your success to?
- Hard working, respect, serious, treating each one as I would like to be treated!
Areas of research
- All ceramics, monolitic zirconia
Dr. Madalina Iorgulescu, DMD's Practice location
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