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In the May 14, 2017 edition of The New York Times Magazine, it was announced that Dr. Ruben Cohen, an esteemed board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, has been selected by his peers as one of the top 20 Oral Surgeons in New York City.

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You have a thin jaw, no chin, or maybe even an overbite. Perhaps some of your face feels sunken-in as well, especially due to tooth and bone loss over time. Finally, you’re considering taking extra steps to enhance your facial profile. After all, you want the reflection in the mirror to look as young as […]

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Dental Implants for Unconventional Patients

by Ruben Cohen

Posted on April 13, 2017 at 5:29 pm

Have you ever had a dentist tell you that you weren’t a candidate for dental implants? It may be partially true…but it could just be that your dentist didn’t have the capabilities of using modified implant techniques or variety of implant designs that would work. One of the most common reasons why people are told […]

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Common Reasons for Having Wisdom Teeth Removed

by Ruben Cohen

Posted on March 24, 2017 at 7:58 pm

Wisdom teeth are often a rite of passage into adulthood. The reason for having the 3rd molars removed will vary from person to person. Our New York City oral surgeon frequently performs wisdom tooth removal for situations such as:

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It’s normal to feel anxious before oral surgery, but proper preparation and knowing what to expect will help ensure that everything goes smoothly. One aspect of preparing for oral surgery is discussing your anesthesia options with your physician. Here’s an overview from NYC oral surgeon, Ruben Cohen, DDS, about anesthesia for oral surgery.   What does anesthesia do? The term anesthesia comes from the Greek for “loss of sensation”, but that’s not the only effect it can cause in your body. Depending on the type(s) and amount used, anesthesia can

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If you or a loved one has a chronic snoring problem or has been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you are probably no stranger to the CPAP mask or oral appliance therapy. Along with behavior or lifestyle modifications that may include losing weight and changing sleep positions, these non-surgical treatment options are usually the first methods employed by a sleep specialist to combat your sleep disorder. While CPAP and oral appliances can be very effective for managing milder symptoms of snoring and sleep apnea, it is important to note that

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