As a New York City dentist on the Upper East Side for 30 years, Dr. Hauner has worked diligently for the health and well-being of her patients. A General Dentist, Dr. Z also does restorative and cosmetic dentistry to meet a wide range of needs.
115 E 61st St, 14th Fl NYC
I always explain procedutes so the patient understands what's going on, because knowing can be empowering. And I try to be as gentle and painless as possible. I'm a patient too!
Dental practice on the Upper East Side in Manhattan for twenty five years
Are Dental Veneers Right For Me?
Veneers can be used in a variety of situations. For instance, patients who have badly yellowed or stained teeth that will not benefit from traditional whitening methods are able to use dental veneers. Individuals that have chipped or cracked teeth can also have veneers placed over the damaged area for a long-term resolution of the issue. Those with a gap or slightly crooked teeth are also able to benefit from having them. Dental veneers can properly cover up the problem in a natural and aesthetically appealing way. ...read more about Veneers
How to Stop Grinding Teeth While Sleeping - Dealing With Bruxism
Bruxism or the grinding of teeth while sleeping is a disorder that can be disturbing to the people around you. Most people who experience this disorder may not know that they are grinding their teeth but this can be disturbing to your spouse or your roommate, or anyone who shares your bedroom.
Although bruxism most often occurs during sleep, it can also occur in daytime for some. It can also be disturbing if you find your children experiencing bruxism as well. This disorder most often affects children and it may alarm you to find out that your child is clenching or grinding his teeth while sleeping. ...read more Bruxism
How to Keep a Check on Tooth Sensitivity?
Sensitive tooth or tooth sensitivity is a delicate issue that is experienced by a large share of the population at least once during their entire lifetime. How can you find out whether you have a sensitive tooth? What are the symptoms associated with tooth sensitivity? Can we cure it, permanently? Answers to all these queries can be found in the following paragraphs. In the process, I will also try to dispel some myths that are commonly associated with this paradigm. Consider something when this medical condition is taken into account - it can disappear on its own (without resorting to any form of medications) if the tooth is given ample time to do so. ...read more Tooth Sensitivity
Dental fear or fear of going to the dentist is often joked about, but in reality, is a serious state. It is estimated that a third of American adults suffer from dental phobias. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 76% of adults saw the dentist at least one time in 2007. That leaves a third of American adults without dental care and the same amount of adults with dental phobias. ...read more Dental Phobia