Patricia Pasnikowska, DMD, maintains a position at her own private practice, Dr. Patricia Pasnikowska, DMD, located in Mamaroneck, New York. The practice provides a wide range of dental services to patients of all ages. With nearly ten years of experience, Dr. Panikowska specializes in cosmetic dentistry. She graduated the University of Pennsylvania in 2007 and went on to continue her studies with residencies at Mount Sinai St. Luke?s Medical Center and Mount Sinai Roosevelt Medical Center. She is board certified in mini implant placement and maintains professional memberships with the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry and the Knight Dental Group, which allows her to stay up-to-date on developments in her field.
Education and Training
University of Pennsylvania
Board Certified in Mini Implant Placement
Patricia Pasnikowska DMD's Expert Contributions
We are open for emergencies only, but as of June 9th, Westchester dentists will be open. READ MORE
Yes they can. READ MORE
Yes, usually a bit sore for a few days. READ MORE
A few hours until anesthetic wears off and nothing through a straw READ MORE
You should take out the wisdom tooth because if you get a big cavity on the other molar, you may end up needing a root canal or also having to extract it! READ MORE
Hard to say without seeing it, could be ulcers or infection. Try to go see a dentist to get it diagnosed. READ MORE
I would see your dentist! It is something that a person cannot do yourself. READ MORE
Usually it means you have some kind of inflammation, possibly an infection READ MORE
Yes it totally can! Go see your dentist! READ MORE
The filling can be a little high and need some adjustment. It can also hurt because the cavity was close to the nerve. READ MORE
Depends on the type is anesthetic used, but usually within a few hours you should be back to normal. READ MORE
Mostly not but if you have periodontal disease than invisalign is not an option for you. READ MORE
Yes! READ MORE
Depends on what the orthodontist is trying to accomplish with each appointment, usually you see the orthodontist once a month READ MORE
No it is not, unless you have a little bit of recession. If that is the case you can ask the hygienist to give you a little topical around those areas. READ MORE
You can request nitrous oxide to help you less nervous or possibly a valium from your dentist to help you be less anxious during the procedure. READ MORE
Yes! Invisalign is the best option! READ MORE
Go see your dentist! READ MORE
Sadly, you can't! Make sure you are using a soft top brush and not brushing toot hard! READ MORE
It can get infected and cause facial swelling! Go get it treated! READ MORE
It is very hard to swallow them! READ MORE
It is a great option if you do not want to do braces. The trays are replaced every week and you can get great results!! READ MORE
If it is a stain that is from drinking coffee or tea or soda then yes! If your teeth are yellow from being sick as a child and taking antibiotics then no...I would go see your local dentist and ask them what they think! READ MORE
Sorry, usually not! The pain is most times from something going on inside the tooth! READ MORE
Usually 7-14 days. READ MORE
It is very important to go get some antibiotics and then remove the tooth. The infection can spread to your throat and lymph nodes and make it hard to breathe! READ MORE
No, sorry. READ MORE
It is a little late. I would advise seeing a pediatric dentist READ MORE
Hi, If your tooth is throbbing and is sensitive to hot/cold, it most likely means you have a large cavity in it that requires a root canal. READ MORE
You are okay to use mouthwash! READ MORE
Yes, for sure. The roots of your teeth are right near the sinus. READ MORE
Sometimes it can be your diet, sugar is bad for teeth. Other things can be medications or not great homecare. Try to get an electric toothbrush, floss everyday and use Act at night. READ MORE
Floss, floss, Floss! Getting your child used to flossing is great. Make sure to not put him or her to bed at night with milk. Decreasing sugar consumption is very important. READ MORE
Mostly it is due to overfishing or brushing too hard. Try some sensodyne. READ MORE
Hi! It may be a reaction to a toothpaste or a mouthwash. Sometimes you may also have brushed the area too agreesively. If in 2 weeks it has not gone away, I recommend seeing your dentist. READ MORE
Yes! You mostly likely should see an orthodontist and he or she can help guide you to close that gap for your daughter. READ MORE
Every 6 months! READ MORE
No READ MORE
Yes, it can be filed down, or tooth-colored material can be added to the short one to match the longer one. Something to consider is what causes them to be uneven. READ MORE
Yes! True to brush your teeth after eating or drinking them. READ MORE
No, maybe you are just drinking more fluids then usual READ MORE
Floss, floss, floss! Get regular check-ups and cleanings every 6 months. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Will Be Teaching -
- General Practice at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt
Professional Society Memberships
- American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Knight Dental Group
What do you attribute your success to?
- Hard work
Patricia Pasnikowska DMD's Practice location
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