Dr. Jacqueline Winter is a Dentist practicing in New York, New York. Dr. Winter 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
New York University College of Dentistry
Jacqueline Sophiana Winter's Expert Contributions
The tooth most likely would be restored with a root cana treatmentl first if the decay reached the nerve.--(the deep dark line on the xray at the center of the tooth). THEN IT CAN HAVE A FILLING OR A POST AND CROWN AS NEEDED DEPENDING ON THE AMOUNT OF TOOTH STRUCTURE REMAINING READ MORE
The treatment depends upon the cause. Sometimes it could be cased by exposed root surfaces due to recession. In short, If there is decay, they may need fillings or just a varnish or desensitizer. If no decay, other treatments are possible depending on other causes. READ MORE
Bone loss, foreign body impaction, mobility due to a habit or decay under the gum are just some of the possibilities. An X-ray can tell a lot more. READ MORE
Everyone heals differently, however, the best would be to consult the dentist who performed for a follow-up visit. READ MORE
It is difficult without pic or X-ray, but sometimes grinding or a habit like pencil chewing or biting nails or eating seeds can cause it. READ MORE
Most common is with a floss threader (works like z needle threader) or superfloss or a small dentalinterproximal cleaners. Do not use a toothpick. READ MORE
Usually, a bridge is fixed and cemented. In a partial denture, it's usually removable. READ MORE
A healing cap is a cover to guide the tissue at the gum margin as it heals after the implant is uncovered. It also prevents the gum from growing over the implant. READ MORE
Depending on the size of the filling and provided the numbness went away, you should be able to resume regular diet. Nuts, popcorn kernels, ice cubes, and bones always with care. READ MORE
Number one reason usually is to not wear them 4 to 6 hrs minimum out of 24 and to use a dentifrice and cleaner to remove plaque even on dentures. There are still other reasons, so best to see a dentist. READ MORE
Absolutely. One only needs a crown if the decay you have is close to or reaches the nerve. READ MORE
Unfortunately yes. Especially at the margin if the gum recession has occurred or if the cement seal was somehow violated. READ MORE
Braces are an orthodontically controlled method to reposition teeth towards their optimum masturbatory and harmonious function. It should be done under the supervision of a dentist and should get clearance from periodontist (gum/bone specialist) as well as make sure there is no active decay. If performed correctly, braces are extremely beneficial not only aesthetically, but for general health. If done incorrectly or if the patient is not a good candidate, they could cause complications. READ MORE
Cavities mean that bacteria has started to erode through the enamel (the hardest layer of the body!). When small they can be reversible with application of special materials in a dental office. When they reach dentin, the second layer, they progress much faster and then can reach the nerve, requiring a root canal. To prevent root canal treatment, one should have restorations done before the bacteria reaches the nerve!! READ MORE
If you can feel the cavities, most likely most comfortable and painless to have them restored with local anesthesia. READ MORE
Depends on size and location of filling. consult the provider based on the x-ray READ MORE
The etiology could be stress or lowered immune response..but could also be a sign of other diseases.definitely suggest professional consultation READ MORE
Natural teeth will whiten and porcelain colors tend to stay the same.the root canal tooth can be whitened internally. Also if you do a crown do whitening BEFORE..then take tooth color to match READ MORE
Every case is different. As an invisalign provider cases can range from less than 6 months to 2 years. once again depending on severity of malocclusion(bite)..everyone unique READ MORE
Most likely a fistula(from an abcess) or viral Very hard to diagnose without picture and x-ray..need consult once basic data available READ MORE
One possibility is that you have a periodontal pocket (loss of bone) in that area and food getting stuck there can cause inflammation and bleeding. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Booth Memorial Medical Center (General Practice), New York University (Implant Dentistry)
Professional Society Memberships
- Queens County Dental Society, Steinway Study Club (Secretary)
What do you attribute your success to?
Providing quality service
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