General Dentistry


To keep your mouth clean and healthy, you need to take proper care of it. Brushing and flossing alone, even following the recommendations set forth by the ADA, are not enough to prevent serious oral health conditions like gum disease and tooth decay. At National Dental Douglaston, we can help you maintain the health of your mouth with professional cleanings.>> Learn more about professional dental cleanings


Brushing and flossing are both critical habits to preventing serious oral health problems. However, sometimes, despite your best efforts, you can still be faced with conditions like gum disease and tooth decay. Unfortunately, you can’t always spot the early warning signs of these issues in your bathroom mirror. This is why, at National Dental Douglaston, we perform thorough oral exams. >> Learn more about professional dental exams


Technology is constantly evolving. At National Dental Douglaston, we stay up to date with the latest advancements as a part of our effort to provide you with the best oral healthcare possible. X-Rays are an essential part of your file, providing us with valuable insights into the unseen areas of your mouth, including between the teeth and under the gumline. For your radiological imaging, we take advantage of digital X-Rays. >> Learn more about digital X-rays


What starts out as red, inflamed gums that occasionally bleed when you brush and floss can quickly become worse. At National Dental Douglaston, we offer several periodontal services to treat and prevent periodontal disease. >> Learn more about periodontal care


Your child’s mouth is constantly growing and changing. For this reason, regular dental care is a must. However, the needs of your child’s developing mouth are different from the needs of adult’s fully formed one. At National Dental Douglaston, we offer dentistry for kids, specialized care for little mouths that will set them up for a lifetime of good oral health. >> Learn more about dentistry for kids


Oral cancer is a devastating disease. Every year, it affects over 40,000 Americans, and only about half of those affected survive longer than five years. It can affect any area of the mouth – your lips, your tongue, your cheeks, your gums, the roof of your mouth or the entrance to the throat. No matter where it strikes, it can affect the normal functions of your mouth, including eating and speech. Oral cancer needs to be detected, and treated, early. >> Learn more about oral cancer screenings