Steven Cisternas, D.D.S. discusses Staten Island's new practice - Bay Dental at the Pointe
Dr. Steven Cisternas is the owner of Bay Dental at the Pointe and discusses the latest technology they use and procedures they perform.
"What the patient gets is a seamless approach to personalized dental health care that will be hard to find in any other practice. Most patients when they come here realize that this is the way it should have been. We take great pride in the appearance and hygiene of our office and it shows. Patient satisfaction is very important."
Victor Terranova, D.D.M., M.S., Ph.D. discusses dental implants and periodontal disease.
With over 40 years experience in oral surgery and periodontics, Dr. Victor Terranova has placed thousands of implants. Here he discusses stem cell therapy using PRP for dental implants, multiple dental implants and full mouth reconstruction and the dangers of periodontal disease.
View our patient testimonials
Meet some of our patients who have had life changing dental treatments as they discuss their fears and how they overcame them and how they now feel confident about their smiles.
Welcome to Bay Dental at the Pointe
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Welcome to Bay Dental at the Pointe, one of Staten Island's most advanced dental offices providing emergency dentistry, dental check ups, root canal treatments, dental crowns, dental implants, teeth whitening and all areas of cosmetic and general dentistry.
Bay Dental at the Pointe is owned by Steven Cisternas, D.D.S. of Richmond Hill Dental Design Studio. Dr. Cisternas has been practicing for over 12 years and has performed many cosmetic procedures on many Staten Island patients having provided outstanding dental care and having changed the smiles of many patients. Many of these patients thought they had lost their smile due to damaged teeth or lack of proper care.
If you feel that you are not happy about your smile and would like to see what we can do to change it, then our door is always open to discuss how we can help you. Simply call the office for an appointment and ask for a 'free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Cisternas'. Dr. Cisternas will show you some of his previous work and discuss in detail the process that he can do to change your smile forever.
Have a dental emergency?
If you are experiencing a dental emergency the first thing you must do is remain calm. If it is not possible to see a dentist immediately then you can either wait until the clinic opens or you must take yourself to the hospital in extreme cases. Once you have been by one of our dentists they will quickly ascertain the cause of the problem and will create a treatment regimen that will take all precautions needed in preventing any further trauma.
Our dentists at Bay Dental at the Pointe has seen many dental emergencies over the years and know what to do in almost every case.
What should you do if you have a dental emergency?
The following symptoms are a dental emergency and mean that you must see a dentist immediately.
Cracked teeth or chipped tooth
Knocked out (avulsed)tooth
Injury to soft tissue
Bleeding following dental procedure
Failed root canal
Lost crown or filling
What should I do in the case of a dental emergency while you're waiting to on of our dentists?
Broken or chipped teeth
If you have broken or chipped teeth rinse your mouth out with warm water
Knocked out or avulsed tooth
Knocked out tooth
If you have a knocked out tooth then see if the fragments that have been knocked out for the dentist place them in a small jar or glass with saliva
Swelling of the Jaw
If you have swelling on the side of your mouth then applying cold compress
Object stuck between teeth
If you have an object stuck between your teeth and floss gently. Never apply aspirin to your gums and never use metal object to remove objects that may be stuck in your teeth.
For all dental emergencies call us on 718.876.8100
INVISALIGN dentist - Staten Island
What is INVISALIGN?
INVISALIGN is an orthodontic system using clear aligners that are custom molded for each individual patient. The process uses a series of removable clear aligners that are custom-molded to fit you. They are almost invisible and very comfortable, and they will gradually straighten your teeth into a smile you’ll be proud of. We’ve had sports figures wear them while they were competing, actors wear them on film and on Broadway, and TV news anchors wear them while they were reporting. The Invisalign system typically takes less than a year to produce amazing results and works well for both teens and adults.
How long does INVISALIGN take?
The process of Invisalign can take as long as traditional braces. The treatment plan can take anywhere from about 12 months for adults to normally no more than 18 months.
What are the advantages of Invisalign?
Invisalign allows you to eat whatever food you want to enjoy
Invisalign allows you to remove the device whenever you want
Invisalign consists of smooth comfortable plastic aligners unlike sharp metal
Invisalign allows you more time in your schedule since you only need an office appointment with the dentist every 4 to 6 weeks.
Because Invisalign offers you comfort, convenience and virtual invisibility during treatment, nothing comes between your lifestyle and having an incredible smile. With Invisalign, you can be as active as you like, remove your aligners for special events, and feel more confident everywhere you go. Invisalign is clear and practically invisible, so nothing gets in the way of your new smile. It’s unobtrusive in business meetings or social gatherings with no metal wires or bands to irritate your mouth, and many people won’t even notice you’re wearing aligners.