The dentists at Emery & Scuro DMD and staff are dedidcated to the art and science of modern dentistry, and serving the Rochester area for over 35 years. Because of our extensive continuing education commitment and diverse special interests, our three doctors and professional staff can offer complete, comprehensive, family dentistry all under one roof. We can treat gum disease by using the latest technology in laser dentistry, Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP). With this gum therapy you don't have to fear as there are no incisions or stiches and your healthy gums are not removed. We also offer many tooth replacement options including implants, and can even place them to be used with existing dentures for a more secure and comfortable fit. Uniquely at our office, we make oral sleep appliances that may be able to replace a CPAP machine. We also can treat teeth needing extraction, root canals, tooth colored fillings, crowns, bridges and braces. Since dental care is such a personal service, we pride ourselves on getting to know our patients personally and their individual needs, so your dental care can be tailored well to your specific situation. We strongley believe that an informed patient is an empowered one. Therefore, we make it a priority to educate our patients on their dental conditions and the proposed possible treatments to remedy them. Your health is our most important product. Located in the center of Monroe county, visit us today at 2184 Chili Ave, Rochester NY.
Research suggests that bacteria found in the throat as well as bacteria found in the mouth can be drawn into the lower respiratory tract causing infections or worsening conditions.
Sleep Apnea is the temporary stoppage of breathing during sleep.
Laser Gum Surgery (Lanap)- No Cut, New, No Fear. Gum therapy that replaces traditional periodontal surgery that you don't have to fear.
Snoring is a sign of sleep apnea and may need treatment with Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance
Gum disease in mothers found to be in association with low birth weight and preterm babies.
Studies have found periodontal disease to be more prevalent in diabetics versus non-diabetics.