June 2011 Archives

Clean bracesAt CoolSmiles Orthodontics, we don’t have to tell you that keeping your teeth clean during treatment is very important. Braces have a habit of collecting additional food while eating that can cause a multitude of problems if not cared for correctly.
So you don’t offend others with unsightly food caught on your braces, or to avoid bad breath, swollen gums, decalcification or discoloring of teeth and cavities, here are are five tooth brushing tips from Drs. Klempner and Amram and our team for orthodontic patients to keep in mind while wearing braces:More on Five Tips for Cleaning Braces in Medford and Port Jefferson NY

The Smile Rescue Fund for Kids Helps Children Too Severe for Treatment by Established Charitable Organizations


Facial deformities result in many challenging medical issues, including feeding problems, hearing loss, unintelligible speech and recurrent ear infections. But the social and psychological consequences that result are just as devastating. The stigma of looking and sounding different leads to a very difficult and lonely life. Often, peers, communities and even relatives shun lovable and loving children, ashamed of their appearance and speech and powerless to affect positive change. Some are hidden away in locked rooms, deprived of education, medical care and any socialization with the outside world.

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2011 Picnic Day Survival Guide

When: August 20, 2011 11am-4pm


Where: Hoyt Farm, 158 New Highway, Commack, NY

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347 turns into Veterans highway take it past the Dennison Building, look for new Highway, make a left onto New Highway take it approximately 1 mile and make a left into the park.


 When you arrive at the park, you will turn in past a guard booth, tell them you are here for the Jennifer Crean party.  Since we are not a Smithtown business, we had to reserve the park with a Smithtown resident’s name as the group name.  If you are a resident of Smithtown, parking is free, if you are not there is a charge per car to come in.


Picnic begins at 11am lasts until 4pm, however the park is open until dusk, so feel free tostay as long as you want.  Food will be served between about 12:30 to 2pm.

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