NYS “On Pause”

As you are all aware only essential NYS business are allowed to remain open as of 8pm last night.  Our office will remain available to handle dental emergencies, please see…

Coronavirus Update: What is a dental emergency?

We are open next week for dental emergencies. Please call the office with questions or to make an appointment. 212-962-7565. If we are not in, the message will direct you…

When veneers become more than cosmetic!

It is not uncommon to have at least once dental related traumatic event in your lifetime. Unfortunately I see a case like this almost daily. We very often can treat…

Baby Teeth – what to expect

Your child’s first tooth erupts between ages 6-12 months and the remainder of their 20 primary or “baby” teeth typically erupt by age 3. During this time, gums may feel…

When to bring your kids to the dentist

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), children should visit the dentist by their first birthday. It is important that your child’s newly erupted teeth (erupting at 6-12…

Why crowns?

I am frequently asked by patients, “What is a crown? Why do I need it? How does it help?” Another common question is: Will it look like a real tooth?…
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