"He is very patient with me and very delicate with any procedures that I have."
Very Good. Happy with this office, staff, and doctor.
Pleasant, First visit No pain, very gentle cleaning. So far so good
Dr Kurzweil did a new crown for me today. My visit went very well.
always a good experience and dr and staff are the best
As a new patient everyone was helpful and informative
Dr. K is consistently professional and a great dentist. 10/10.
Experience with new dental hygienist was very good. Very imformative.
"I came to Dr. Kurzweil with a broken back tooth. in only one visit, he fixed it."
"I really liked the homey atmosphere- it put me right at ease and I felt right at home."
made me feel very at ease . so happy i came in :-)
Your wisdom teeth are the final molars that erupt on the upper and lower jaws of your mouth. Most people’s wisdom teeth come in during their late teenage years or early twenties. When your wisdom teeth erupt only some of the way—or if they come in crooked—they can cause crowding and disease in your mouth. An impacted or embedded wisdom tooth can cause pain or even infection. In these cases, it is best to get them pulled, or extracted.
Depending on how your wisdom teeth erupted from the jawbone, your dentist will need to administer anesthesia to alleviate pain and improve your comfort during the procedure. Dr. Kurzweil will generally administer local anesthesia at the injection site as well as sedation anesthesia that puts you in a kind of “sleep” state and limits your memory of the extraction. In some cases, general anesthesia is offered.
After anesthesia is administered, your dentist will make an incision that exposes the tooth and bone. Some of the bone is removed so that he can better access the tooth’s root. The tooth is divided into smaller sections that make removal easier. Once the tooth is removed, the site is cleaned and disinfected and stitched closed. Gauze is placed over the site to minimize bleeding and promote clotting.
Wisdom teeth extraction may be followed by swelling and pain, for which Dr. Kurzweil may prescribe some medications to ease your discomfort. You will be told to eat soft foods and take it easy for several days after the surgery. You will also be instructed on how to care for your mouth. Recovery after wisdom teeth extraction may take several days and sometimes even a week or more for the pain and swell to subside.
At Lawrence A. Kurzweil, DDS, PC we make an effort to provide you with the best care and most convenient financial options. We accept most insurance plans. Please bring information about your insurance to your visit so that we can expedite reimbursement.
"Dr. Kurzweil made sure my tooth looked perfect and he had a great and easy procedure. The front of his office looks very nice, like a house..."
" I've always trusted him. His office is very clean. His staff is very delightful, and Dr. Kurzweil himself is amazing."
"I really like the fact that the Dr. Kurzweil is always concerned about making sure I’m in as little pain as possible- and this has proven very successful."
Dr. Kurzweil is a very good dentist. He and his staff are extremely professional and friendly.
"He really knows what he's doing and takes the time to explain what he will be doing and why. He has a great disposition that put me right at ease."
"Very high-tech office everyone seems to work as a team with the patient being the most important."
"Dr. Kurzweil is a great high tech dentist. He has all the newest equipment. I have been going to him for 23 years and have only accolades for him."
"I was a bit surprised as I entered Dr. Kurzweil's office. It looked like a regular house in Bellerose. but when I entered I saw it was ultra high tech."