DENTIST IN STATEN ISLAND, NY
Welcome to Elite Dental of Staten Island
Welcome to Elite Dental of Staten Island, New York. We provide full oral diagnosis and treatment of the highest standards. We use the latest technology and procedures in the industry. From regular check ups to root canals and everything in between, our state of the art treatment plans are tailored to each patient to improve their quality of life. Our core values form the foundation of every aspect of our clinic. These are of excellence, compassion, integrity, teamwork and loyalty.
Our purpose is to empower our patients to make healthy choices. This enables them to improve their quality of life.
Elite Dental of Staten Island’s dental services include a range of airway and sleep apnea treatments that aim to assist you with getting a good night’s sleep.
Dental implant treatments provide a long-term solution aimed at reclaiming your missing teeth and restoring your confidence. Our wide range of advanced dental implant options are built to suit the unique needs of each of our patients.
Wellness and Prevention
Keep your teeth for life with our comprehensive range of preventative dental treatments and restorative dentistry options.
Regain your ability to smile and the ability to chew properly whilst enhancing the appearance of your smile with a natural looking solution.
Finding Connor Deegan – AAPMD
We pride ourselves on providing the best experience for all our patients through our holistic approach to dental health.
The intrinsic link between oral health, the body, and total wellness
We are leaders in practicing, studying, and educating patients. We focus on the link between complete oral health and total body wellness. Elite Dental’s lead dentist, Dr. Steve Acker, is a member of the American Academy of Physiological Medicine & Dentistry (AAPMD). He prides himself on continuing education in this area, in order to provide better treatment for the patients that he sees in his dental practice.
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The Staten Island dental clinic for you
At Elite Dental’s Staten Island dental office, you are in the safe hands of our experienced dentists and dental professionals. Our Staten Island dental team have many years of experience in their chosen areas of expertise, and are able to find the perfect solution to your dental issues and help you be in peak health. Be it a dental emergency, cosmetic dentistry or general dentistry, we have all the solutions to your concerns.
What our patients say
At Elite Dental of Staten Island, we pride ourselves on being the Staten Island based dentist that you deserve. Our patients and great dentistry are two of the most important parts of our practice, and so we aim to give our patients the best experience possible through our holistic, state of the art approach to dental care. We also love to hear their feedback regarding our services.
Is snoring a sign of sleep apnea?
There are few things better than a good night’s sleep, but the unfortunate reality is that many people wake up every morning feeling tired because of snoring. If you snore at night or sleep next to someone who does, you will know that many hours of sleep can be lost as a result of the issue. But snoring is more than an inconvenience — the issue is often a sign of sleep apnea, a serious condition that should not be ignored. In fact, anyone who snores should be evaluated for sleep apnea. Read on to find out more about the condition and what you can do to prevent serious health problems…
Sleep apnea is a condition that occurs when an obstruction or a signal from the brain prevents the body from taking in air during sleep. It causes the body to experience brief periods in which there is a lack of oxygen. In the case of sleep apnea, these periods of oxygen shortage last for 10 seconds or more. During these periods, the blood oxygen levels drop considerably. The organs, muscles, and tissues are deprived of the oxygen-rich blood they need. In turn, it can lead to a range of other health issues and can also exacerbate problems that already exist. Research suggests that intermittent or disrupted sleep could even promote cancer progression.