William G. Eliades, DDS, practices at Queens Family Dental in Flushing, New York; he obtained his dental degree at New York University School of Medicine in 1982. He is a member of the American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association and the Queens Dental Society. Success, he says, comes from having quality care and a great bedside manner. A 'Top Dentist of New York' in 2011, Dr. Eliades is currently looking to start a Non-Profit Organization for Prater-Willi Syndrome.
Education and Training
New York University School of Medicine
Dr. William G. Eliades DDS's Expert Contributions
Move your head in different positions, intrasinal pressure will change. READ MORE
Go to a dentist READ MORE
A baking soda type toothpaste READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
No READ MORE
Motrin 800mg READ MORE
Yes as long as the margins are closed around the crown and also retentive READ MORE
Motrin READ MORE
No only if indicated READ MORE
Gum closure can take up to 1 month and bone up to 8 to 9 months. READ MORE
See a dentist READ MORE
The following day READ MORE
Damage your gums READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Absolutely. READ MORE
Due to gum recession, root surfaces are exposed. READ MORE
Mild painkillers, Motrin, aspirin, whatever you take for mild pain. Normally it's temporary. READ MORE
It seals and protects your tooth from future tooth fractures. READ MORE
Need to put on antibiotics and eventually extracted READ MORE
Try conventional treatment first before surgical intervention READ MORE
There are different ways. It all depends on the origin of the problem, medications, and night guard appliances. There are other ways, sometimes surgical interventions. READ MORE
A good cleaning READ MORE
Twice a year READ MORE
Go to a dentist READ MORE
Use an over-the-counter cement until you get to a dentist. READ MORE
Pain in lower front teeth. READ MORE
Oil of cloves READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Possibly your gums or a rotten tooth. READ MORE
Olives with pits and chicken bones READ MORE
Unless you're defined as a perio patient, where the teeth are cleaned every 3 months, twice a year is fine. READ MORE
Has no damaging effect. READ MORE
Cleaning scaling and possibly surgery depending on each case READ MORE
Tarter placq and possible lack of flossing READ MORE
Start them as young as possible not a bad thing READ MORE
It may be related to either anxiety you may have had during the root canal or possibly fever from the infection READ MORE
Normally in a couple of days after extraction READ MORE
The cavity preparation done by the dentist is not retentive and possibly shallow READ MORE
Abrasion around the necks of your teeth from brushing very hard READ MORE
As long as you're going for your periodic cleanings to the dentist READ MORE
Backing soda and diluted peroxide make as a slurry and brush with it READ MORE
Yes look for prevention it could affect permanent teeth below the gum READ MORE
High abtessive tooth paste READ MORE
It allows the patient to properly clean in between the teeth that by brushing is not enough for proper cleaning it also reduces chance of gum disease and proximal cavities READ MORE
It can discolor enamel on the outside, not internally in the enamel. READ MORE
First, is it an intrinsic stain within your enamel of the tooth, or extrinsic (not in your enamel)? If the first, you can do bonding; if the second, the dentist can polish it out. READ MORE
I would go back to your dentist. It shouldn’t give you pain. The bite may be high, so go back; that’s the best way. READ MORE
Brushing minimal twice a day and flossing everyday READ MORE
Most cases, no. You may have a piece of bone irritation of the gum; it’s called a bone spicule. Have the surgeon look at it. READ MORE
It has no clinical value it’s part of make up of Afro American people and Mediterranean groups don’t worry! READ MORE
It may be the beginning of gum inflammation. Normally, a good dental cleaning every 6 months should keep your gums nice and healthy. READ MORE
- 'Top Dentist in New York', 2011
- Gum Treatment
- Orofacial Pain
- Prophylaxis Dental
- Intraoral Camera
- Panorex Dental X-ray
- Prophy Jet Polisher
- Amalgam Fillings
- Composite Fillings
- Denture Repair
- Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Partial Dentures
- Molar Endodontics
- Root Canal Therapy
- Root Planing
- Single Visit Root Canals
- 1 Hour Whitening
- In Office Tooth Whitening
- Porcelain Veneers
- Tooth Whitening
- Gum Surgery
- Non-surgical Gum Treatment
- Impacted Wisdom Teeth
- Non-impacted Wisdom Teeth
- Simple Extractions
- Local Anesthesia
- Nitrous Oxide
- Oral Sedation
- Surgical Placement Of Dental Implants
- Athletic Mouth Guards
- Night Guards
- Sleep / Insomnia
- Tmd Splints
- Jaw Problems
- Pain Management
- Silent Night
- Snore Guards
- Halitosis Treatment
Professional Society Memberships
- American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association, Queens Dental Society
What do you attribute your success to?
- Quality Care and a Great Bedside Manner
- Dr. Eliades is looking to Start a Non-Profit Organization for Prater-Willi Syndrome.
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