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Keeping men healthy and in style


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Are you ready to take your health and style to the next level? The pandemic doesn’t put a halt to staying fit and well. If anything, it puts even more focus on staying healthy. Men in Westchester can count on local health and style experts for advice and support in looking and feeling their best. Let Westchester’s wealth of resources be your guide to a new improved you — inside and out.

Staying active outside of the gym

Chances are, if you are working from home right now, you are looking for ways to increase your movement and physical activity. Despite restricted access to gyms and organized sports, during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still a way to get fit.  Healthy adults should try to perform 30 minutes of moderate-intensity fitness (strong enough to break a sweat, but still carry on a conversation) five days a week. Aerobic exercises can include walking, running, rowing, cycling, or even swimming — all of which can be done outside the gym walls. If you are worried about injury, our team advises preventing injury by starting gradually, investing in a good pair of shoes, and allotting time to warm-up and stretch. During the summer months, it’s also critical to stay hydrated before, during, and after workouts. Learn more at www.westmedgroup.com.

Dr. Harold Goldstein (DPM)
Westmed Medical Group Podiatry Department
210 Westchester Ave, White Plains
1 Theall Road, Rye

A smile makeover addresses gaps between teeth and more

During this COVID 19 pandemic, everyone should be wearing a mask when venturing out, but hopefully, soon we can show our smiles in public. When that happens, if you are concerned about unsightly gaps between your teeth, teeth that are worn down, or the color of your teeth that have darkened with age, a smile makeover not only addresses all of these issues, but can make you look 15 years younger. Using a range of techniques from bleaching to porcelain veneers, we create beautiful and natural-looking smiles. Before any work is done, a photograph is taken and revised to reveal how your new smile will look. Once you love the look of trial veneers, the porcelain veneers are created, and you leave with the smile you’ve always wanted. We also share our approach to esthetics with other dentists through the classes we teach and our articles and chapters on cosmetic dentistry.

Kenneth Magid, DDS
Advanced Dentistry of Westchester
163 Halstead Ave

Experience pain-free dentistry

Imagine pain-free dentistry. For the patients in our practice, this is the reality they experience. Instead of the needle used to provide anesthesia and the familiar sound of drilling, we use a Solea laser that is virtually pain and anesthesia free, which also helps free our patients from anxiety and fear. In addition to the latest equipment and technology, patients can expect high-level expertise in family and cosmetic dentistry, ranging from CEREC porcelain crown restorations and teeth whitening in one visit to Invisalign braces and BioHorizon dental implants. All of our dental treatments are performed in-house with our staff of multi-specialists, including an orthodontist, oral surgeon, and periodontist.

Anthony DeBenedictis, DDS, PLLC
51 W Grand St
Mount Vernon

Transform your smile with full mouth rehabilitation

At The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Robert Rioseco is specially trained in the art and science of full mouth rehabilitation. Full mouth reconstruction is called for when the patient has a seemingly unrestorable combination of dental disorders often caused by extreme wear combined with the ravages of acid erosion. Acid erosion can start with excessive tooth grinding, which when combined with acid reflux, can result in extreme destruction of the teeth. Dr. Rioseco now performs these reconstructions in far fewer visits and usually only with digital techniques, eliminating the need for multiple rubber moulds and extended appointments. Patients can even see digital renderings of their new smile on computer screens and wear a digital “trial smile,” all before performing the rehabilitation. Many full mouth rehabilitations are also performed to reposition the jaw in the wake of tooth destruction, restoring a more youthful look to the face and restoring the airway to prevent snoring and sleep apnea.

Robert Rioseco, DMD, FACD
The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry
147 Underhill Ave
West Harrison

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