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All Digital Facility

Our amenities ensure that patients are relaxed and comfortable during their exams and procedures.

Modern technology helps us to provide predictable, accurate, gentle and safe dental care. Each exam room is equipped with a 42” TV monitor, allowing patients to watch their favorite program while forest park dental provides their dental care. Investing in advanced dental technology gives us a unique advantage in delivering simply great dental care.

Digital X-rays

Digital x-rays use sensors to capture pictures of the innermost parts of teeth, bones and soft tissues in the mouth. This modern form of x-ray uses considerably less radiation than traditional x-rays, making it a safer option to capture images of a patient’s mouth.

Intraoral Camera

An intraoral camera allows the patient to see what Dr. Byers sees, creating a uniquely collaborative dental exam. An image of your mouth will be captured with a handheld device and displayed on a chair-side computer monitor. The high-resolution image may be enlarged for further examination.

Digital Imaging

By using digital technologies, we are able to look at teeth and problem areas from multiple vantage points, and give patients a thorough diagnosis.

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Teeth Whitening

Your smile creates an immediate, subconscious, visual impact on people you meet.

A brighter smile gives the impression of youth, vitality, radiant health, happiness, and warmth. A bright smile is perceived as a healthy smile.

Be sure to consult with your AACD member cosmetic dentist to learn which whitening treatment is best for you. Teeth whitening remains one of the most economical ways to enhance your smile.

If you have decay, periodontal disease or any hypersensitivity to whitening products, you would not be a candidate for teeth whitening. The safest route for teeth whitening solutions is to do so under the care of your dentist, as some of the over the counter products are not only ineffective, but also could potentially cause damage to your teeth and gums if not properly used, or if you have an unknown sensitivity to them.

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Braces are applied to teeth for various reasons, including poorly aligned jaws, crooked, crowded and missing teeth, or a bad bite

Various things can cause teeth to become crooked or jaws misaligned, including thumb-sucking or a traumatic injury. Some conditions are inherited.

Children between the ages of 7 and 14 are typical candidates for braces because their facial structures are still developing. Adult braces usually entail additional procedures because their faces have already fully developed.

Orthodontics is a field of dentistry that deals with corrections involving jaw and teeth alignment.

Braces employ the use of wires and are usually one of three types:

Old-fashioned, conventional braces, which employ the use of metal strips, or bands. Metal or plastic brackets that are cemented or bonded to teeth. Brackets that attach to the back teeth (also called lingual braces).

Procedures for Dental Braces

Orthodontic procedures, also called orthodontia, are complex processes.

In most cases, a dentist will need to make a plaster cast of the individual’s teeth and perform full X-rays of the head and mouth.

After orthodontic appliances are placed, they need to be adjusted from time to time to ensure that they continue to move the teeth into their correct position.

Retainers are used following braces to ensure that teeth remain in position.

Aesthetic and Comfort Issues with Braces

Advances in technology have vastly improved appearance issues with orthodontia.

Braces today are made from extremely lightweight and natural-colored materials. The materials that braces attach to-brackets-are bonded to the surfaces of teeth but can be later removed.

People can expect to wear braces for about two years—less or more in some cases. Adults are usually required to wear braces for longer periods of time.

Because orthodontic appliances need to be adjusted from time to time to ensure they continue to move the teeth into their correct position, they can create pressure on the teeth and jaws. This mild discomfort usually subsides following each orthodontia adjustment.

Hygiene Issues with Braces

People who wear braces must be diligent in ensuring that food particles and other debris do not get trapped in the network of brackets and wires. In addition, brackets can leave stains on enamel if the area surrounding them is not cleaned on a daily basis.

Daily oral hygiene such as brushing, flossing and rinsing are a necessity. Some people with orthodontic appliances can benefit from using water picks, which emit small pressurized bursts of water that can effectively rinse away such debris.

Another caveat: Braces and sticky foods don’t mix. Crunchy snacks and chewy substances should be avoided at all costs because they can cause orthodontia to be loosened or damaged.

Space Maintainers

Space maintainers are helpful dental devices that can help teeth grow in normally following premature tooth loss, injury or other problems.

The devices can help ensure that proper spaces are maintained to allow future permanent teeth to erupt.

If your child loses a baby tooth early through decay or injury, his or her other teeth could shift and begin to fill the vacant space. When your child’s permanent teeth emerge, there’s not enough room for them. The result is crooked or crowded teeth and difficulties with chewing or speaking.

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A smile can change everything.

Your confidence. Your outlook. Your life. And with Invisalign, achieving the smile you always dreamed of doesn’t have to be a big deal. In fact, it barely has to impact your day-to-day life at all.

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth. As you replace each aligner every two weeks, your teeth will move – little by little, week by week, gradually moving towards the projected final position.

Comfortable, clear and removable – Invisalign transforms your smile without disrupting your life. Something that over 3 million people worldwide have already discovered.

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Tooth Colored Fillings

In the past, teeth were filled with a mixture—or amalgam—of different metals.

Today that is changing as more natural-looking and metal-free dental fillings are becoming the preferred approach.

Dentists are using more tooth-like materials (composite resins and porcelains) that are both safe and predictable. The most important feature, for many people, is that they look and react more like natural teeth.

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One-Visit Crowns and Bridges

A dental bridge acts to replace a missing tooth or teeth. 

One type of bridge consists of crowns placed on both sides of the missing tooth to connect the replacement tooth or teeth to them. Another type of bridge consists of the replacement tooth attached to the adjacent teeth with wing-like attachments. Bridges can also be supported by dental implants.

Crowns and bridges can be made entirely of tooth-colored material, metal, or a combination of both to give the most favorable look.

Porcelain crowns and bridges look like natural teeth and can improve your smile by:

Replacing missing teeth Filling unsightly gaps and spaces between your teeth Repairing small cracks and chips in your teeth Whitening teeth that have severe discoloration or dullness

Natural-Looking White Teeth – All porcelain dental bridges and crowns look completely natural and give you a new smile that will make you look and feel great. They will change your smile and change your life. You’ll have a healthy, impressive and beautiful smile in no time.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is concerned with the appearance of teeth and the enhancement of a person’s smile.

In this field, the emphasis is on the art of dentistry, not just the science. On the surface, creating white teeth, or even whole new teeth in general, may not appear to be that complicated. Yet cosmetic dentistry requires a good eye, a thorough understanding of dental anatomy, and a mastery of dental materials. Beyond that, the dentist must be able to communicate his or her vision to a laboratory technician — a key player in the realization of any smile makeover.

Though cosmetic dentistry is not a recognized specialty within the dental profession, it takes years of extensive study and training to be able to perform the many cosmetic dental procedures now available to the highest standards.

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Sedation Dentistry

Many people start to feel anxious just thinking about a trip to the dentist.

If fear of the dentist is keeping you from receiving regular dental care, the Dentistry is here to help put your worries to rest.

Sedation dentistry, administered by board certified anesthesiologists will allow you to get essential dental work while you sleep, often in one easy visit. Wouldn’t it be great to wake up from you dental visit without hearing, seeing, or feeling anything?

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Preventive Dentistry

Preventive dentistry is the practice of caring for your teeth to keep them healthy. This helps to avoid cavities, gum disease, enamel wear, and more.

There are many forms of preventive dentistry, such as daily brushing and dental cleanings. To maintain optimal oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visits to the dentist at regular intervals determined by a dentist. These practices are designed to ensure that teeth are clean, strong, and white. Children should be taught proper oral hygiene at an early age.

Keep reading to learn more about the steps you can take to keep your teeth healthy.

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Dental Implant

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.

Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.

Types of DENTAL Implants

- Endosteal (in the bone): This is the most commonly used type of implant. The various types include screws, cylinders or blades surgically placed into the jawbone. Each implant holds one or more prosthetic teeth. This type of implant is generally used as an alternative for patients with bridges or removable dentures.

- Subperiosteal (on the bone): These are placed on top of the jaw with the metal framework’s posts protruding through the gum to hold the prosthesis. These types of implants are used for patients who are unable to wear conventional dentures and who have minimal bone height.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

There are a number of people who have dental problems throughout their mouths that must be treated comprehensively with a vision of a final result that improves both function and esthetics.

These patients may exhibit multiple missing teeth, numerous teeth with large fillings that are failing or exhibiting decay, cracked or broken teeth, or badly worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding) or other habits.

There is also a group of patients who were born with conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, or Dentinogenisis Imperfecta that will need extensive restoration of their teeth. These patients may be candidates for a full mouth reconstruction. As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction refers to rebuilding and/or replacing all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth. Full mouth reconstructions combine esthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth.

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Family Dentistry

We dont call ourselves the Family Dental Centre without good reason!

Toddlers as young as 1 year old should visit the dentist to check on the progress of their emerging baby teeth. From then on, whether you are making regular hygiene appointments to braces, to wisdom teeth, fillings and cosmetic dentistry, the Family Dental Centre is here for you (and your teeth and gums!).

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Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are unique among dental specialists in a number of ways.

After completing four years of dental school, they go on to spend another four years in a hospital-based residency program for surgery. There, they are trained alongside other medical residents in the techniques of emergency medicine, general surgery and anesthesiology.

In fact, they are the only health care specialists (aside from anesthesiologists) who can administer all levels of sedation, up to general anesthesia.

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Forest Park Dental is dedicated to providing the best care for you and your family, utilizing the best materials and equipment in dentistry today.

Our facility is fully digital, which means you will be treated safely, precisely and in a timely manner. We also utilize sedation dentistry, so that even the most fearful patient may get the care they deserve.

Our goal is to preserve your teeth for a lifetime, and restore any issues back to optimum health in a comfortable and pain free manner.

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Our Office

Located in the heart of Glendale, you will find our office to be the most advanced, state of the art, professional dental office you have ever been to.

We pride ourselves on the highest level of customer service and we provide the best care that dentistry technology has to offer today.

Forest Park Dental
69-45 Myrtle Avenue Glendale,
NY 11385

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I would highly recommend seeing this dentist. From the receptionist, to the dental hygienist, to the dentist himself, everyone was very professional, friendly, and thorough. The office is clean, and modern; as is the equipment. I was greeted with a smile by the receptionist, and seen right away. Great experience.

Jeanette G.

Everytime I walk in im greeted with warm friendly smiles. Dentist was so fast. It usually take so long at other dental offices, Dr. Sabolboro put anesthesia walked out 5 minutes later I had my mouth open 5 minutes after that I was done. Johanna the assistant was extra nice. She took care of me. I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!!!!

Patricia M.

I was greeted with a friendly and personable staff and was led to the dental hygienist almost immediately. There was no time to get the jitters of going to a dentist for the first time. Danielle talked in a calming manner and explained what she was going to do. I can't remember when a cleaning was so painless. She has the hands of a feather where you didn't evening know she was working in your mouth except for the sound of the machine. Dr. Sabolboro greeted me with a warm handshake an smile. He asked a few questions, conducted an oral exam, then discussed his treatment plan. I highly recommend this practice. Oh, did I mention a pomegranate chap stick is available if you need.

Robert C.

Walter Sabolboro is an excellent dentist. He was kind, thorough, and extremely optimistic about my situation. I have had bad experiences at the dentist and have always hated them, but Dr. Sabolboro made me feel at ease. I highly recommend him and his team!

Lauren E.

Walter is a great dentist. My only complaint is the hygienist. She seemed annoyed at the fact that I was in pain when she was giving me a cleaning. I have some teeth that are more sensitive than others and I told her I was in pain I got the attitude that she was annoyed with that. Granted, I needed a cleaning but don't act that way towards a patient, and if they are in pain, give them something for the pain. I did't get gel or anything. Walter is a nice guy. He was knowledgeable and sweet. His office is state of the art, which I love. I hate when offices don't get with the times. You can watch TV while you are sitting there. The x-ray machines he uses are really cool too. You can see everything on computers. I would go back for him, if I didn't move out of state. I would not recommend the hygienist. She also has terrible hours.

Raquel H.

I've been to other dentists in the past. Finding a new one can be such a hassle; only way to know is either through word of mouth (pun intended) or trial and error. My experience was a little of both, but I'm glad that I finally found a dentist worth my time and money. At the risk of sounding like a commercial, my apologies, but...try him as YOUR dentist. You won't look back!

James M.

The word to better describe my experience is.. amazing! Gorgeous office, professional staff, latest technology I've ever seen! Dr Sabolboro is extremely professional and caring. I would highly recommend Dr Sabolboro to my family and friends.

Elizabeth G.

Today was my first visit to Dr. Sabolboro's office and I couldn't be more pleased. Everyone is very friendly and professional. Dr. Sabolboro has excellent bedside manner. The appointment-making process is quick and efficient. Definitely recommend!

Christine F.

Very patient and knowledgeable. My wait was very long however I would return and recommend. He offered all the options and really listened. I like Dentist who care and don't rush their patients.

Kelley B.

Dr. Sabolboro is great! His staff is very efficient and friendly. There's practically no wait time, and his office is very pleasant. I would highly recommend him.

Jeanette G.

This is one of the first times I've gone to an appointment for a specific time and was actually taken at that specific time. It was quick, friendly, technology forward. I would recommend to anyone.

Dorrick A.

They were all so friendly, unlike my pervious dentist. I enjoyed the service so much I might just even go every three months like I'm suppose to. In addition there was barely a wait time. Quick and painless. Great staff.

Jullisa A.

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