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New York, NY 10016
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14°C

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New York, NY 10016
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WE'RE OPENING AGAIN!

Coronavirus Dental Precautions

To all Fine Dental patients, families, friends and staff…

We’re happy to announce our JUNE 15th REOPENING! We’re ready to schedule HYGIENE / CLEANING appointments, treat EMERGENCIES, and OTHER DENTAL PROBLEMS in need of prompt attention.

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Thinking of jetting to Puerto Rico for a quick escape? Beware! One of the most pressing issues in the field of health is the spread of Zika virus. We scoured the Internet for the best videos about the disease – its transmission, prevention and effect on mothers-to-be. Here are four videos we want you to watch.

What You Need to Know About Zika Virus, in 2 Minutes | Bloomberg

A quick tour of the Zika virus for those who want it — well – quick.

Zika Virus – Questions and Answers | World Health Organization

This is a more thorough discussion with Erika Garcia, an epidemiologist with WHO.

What You Need to Know About Zika Virus | Pregnancy and Sexual Transmission | Johns Hopkins

Hear Dr. Jeanne Sheffield, Director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital on what pregnant women and women wanting to conceive should know about Zika.

 

News Report of Zika Cases in Florida | ABC News

Just a reality check, that Zika has arrived on the southeast coast!

We highly recommend consulting with a health care professional about your specific risks and situation. Working together, we can hold Zika virus at bay, until a vaccine comes along. Take care!