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  • Dr. Makkar Joins the American Association of the Systemic Overall Health (AAOSH)

    We are happy to announce that Dr. Parul Makkar has become a member of the American Association of the Systemic Overall Health (AAOSH) ( The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH) is a national network of healthcare professionals and advocates dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration, ongoing research and education of the oral systemic connection.

  • Dr. Parul Makkar inducted in American College of Dentists

    Membership in the American College of Dentists is by invitation only. There are over 7,000 Fellows – all selected based on their exceptional contributions to organized dentistry, oral health care, dental research, dental education, the profession, and society. Approximately 3.5% of dentists are Fellows of the American College of Dentists.

  • Herald Long Island, Excellence in HealthCare Award | Dr. Parul Dua Makkar

    On June 15th, 2022, Dr. Parul Dua Makkar was awarded the Herald Long Island, Excellence Award by the RichnerLive and the LI Herald Team. This was an inaugural Event and was a tremendous success. It was a celebration of excellence among healthcare workers for their dedication to both our career and community. It was truly a humbling experience to be…

  • Why do I need a Root canal and what is it? | Dentist in Jericho

    In today’s blog, I would like to answer some common questions about root canals that I often get. Of course, we are always here if you have more questions. WHAT IS A ROOT CANAL?Every tooth is made up of 3 layers, the enamel is the white that you see, dentin is more yellowish layer, and in…

  • White Tongue. What is it and what can you do about it? | Dentist in Jericho

    What is white tongue/what does it look like? Our tongue has finger-like projections called papillae. When inflamed, these papillae can trap food, bacteria, fungi or debris. It causes the tongue to get that white appearance. It can also cause bad breath, bad taste or even redness. What causes white tongue? It’s caused due to inflammation of the papillae. There…