Dr. Sabinsky earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he graduated cum laude.
Later at the same university, he earned his Certificate in Orthodontics, with honors. He completed his undergraduate work at the State University of New York at Binghamton.
Dr. Sabinsky emphasizes early treatment for correcting developmental and jaw irregularities during a child’s growth stages. This treatment for facial esthetics often lessens the need to extract permanent teeth. He offers all the modern orthodontic “appliances,” including clear (esthetic) braces, as well as Invisalign for teens and adults.
Dr. Sabinsky is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Association of Orthodontists, the American Dental Association, the New Jersey Dental Association and the Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists. To keep on top of the latest developments in the field, he regularly takes continuing courses of study.
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Orthodontic records usually include X-rays, photographs of the teeth and face, and models of the teeth. The records provide a wealth of information that is not always revealed by a visual examination. This may include missing teeth, extra teeth, the condition and development of tooth roots, growth patterns of the jaws and face, symmetry, and a host of other factors. Complete records form the basis for a thorough and accurate diagnosis and a sound treatment plan.
In most cases, yes. After the permanent teeth have erupted, treatment is usually necessary to complete the work that was started in the earlier phase since only certain specific problems are addressed in the early stage. The objective of a second stage of treatment is to place the permanent teeth in positions of optimal comfort, function, esthetics, and long-term stability.
For most children, this growth-observation period will involve a combination of retaining the correction that’s been made, and guiding the erupting permanent teeth into favorable positions. Since the timing of treatment is critical, your child’s growth and development will be carefully monitored during this period.