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.
Beginning orthodontic treatment is an exciting step in improving you or your child's appearance and self-confidence. At the consultation, Dr. Sabinsky will review all treatment options with you.
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In some cases, preventive or interceptive care can guide the jaws and erupting teeth into more favorable positions, improve the growth and alignment of the jaws, preserve space for the permanent teeth, and/or reduce the likelihood of fracturing protruded front teeth.
One goal of early treatment is to create room for permanent teeth in crowded (lack-of-space for the teeth) mouths. Because interceptive treatment is so successful in creating room for teeth in people that may otherwise need to have tooth extractions later on, the removal of permanent teeth is much less common today. However, in those cases where a patient presents with severe crowding or tooth protrusion, and there are no more baby teeth present, the removal of one or more permanent teeth may be the best option. Dr. Sabinsky takes everything into consideration including any potential impact upon facial esthetics before determining the need for extractions.
True orthodontic “emergencies” are rare. However, someone is always on call during off hours should an emergency arise.