March is here, which means St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. We like to take the time to discuss upcoming events in our community. In Astoria, there will be a number of fun activities taking place on St. Patrick’s Day. Take advantage of the opportunity to laugh and learn this holiday.
Posts Categorized: Community Events
We like to occasionally remind our patients about all the fun things to do in Astoria, NY. In addition to receiving great dental care, you can also find fun shows and live events. This week, we’re talking about the wealth of comedy shows in the Astoria area. Find plenty of ways to laugh this month.
If you’ve got a penchant for Valentine’s Day, you may find yourself feeling a bit too ready the day before or rather blue a couple days after this romantic holiday has come and gone. Rather than wallow, we encourage you and your sweetheart to stop and smell the roses – or whatever plant you choose… Read more »
We all know that smoking isn’t good for us. But what exactly does tobacco do to our overall health? On January 29th the Mount Sinai Queens Outpatient Center will be hosting a presentation that explains just how tobacco consumption can negatively impact your health. In addition, today’s blog will also feature a reminder on the… Read more »
2015 is here! Have you made any resolutions to improve your health or your smile? If so, there are opportunities in Astoria., NY to accomplish both. We like to remind our patients and readers about upcoming events in our community. This month there is a Yoga event for all ages. We will also discuss how… Read more »
We like to take the time to inform our patients and readers about local community events. With the holiday season here at last, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate. In Astoria, you can take advantage of the Sweet Afton Holiday Market. Enjoy shopping, fun raffles, and a great time.
Some benefits of maintaining a healthy weight and exercising often are more obvious than others. Obviously you look and feel better, both physically and emotionally. You become less likely to develop diseases and conditions that could severely impact your quality of life, or perhaps even threaten your life itself. Dr. Jeffrey Leibowitz, who provides dental… Read more »
Your diet plays a major role in the health of your teeth and gums. Loading up on starchy, sticky, and sugary foods and beverages doesn’t just wreak havoc on your waistline and blood pressure; it also increases your risk of developing periodontal disease, tooth decay, and painful infections. The good news is that there are… Read more »