Smiles find their bright, healthy form with technology-driven procedures from Dr. Wendy Mayer. Backed by a New York University education, Dr. Mayer utilizes digital x-rays and intraoral cameras to cultivate beaming smiles. With the aid of her experienced staff, she alleviates a slew of mouth-centric concerns, including those that may require oral and maxillofacial surgeries, whitening, or implants. The dentist bolsters her knowledge by attending continuing-education classes, especially those centered on cosmetic dentistry and the procedures for safely brushing crocodile chompers.
The Gentle Dentist’s friendly crew, helmed by Dr. Amit Sood, straightens smiles and sets them on a path to prosperity with orthodontics and comfort-minded preventative care. During a thorough exam, a doctor assesses periodontal health and overall tooth well-being, taking x-rays to ensure teeth are structurally sound and aren't actually alien eggs. Gentle polishing restores the luster of pearly whites so patients can dine solely by smile light.
Dr. Arsh Ahuja has dentistry in his blood. As a boy, he spent most of his time in his father?s dental practice in Los Angeles, already enamored with his future career. His main takeaway from this early exposure, and from his subsequent dental training in San Francisco, is that, when it?s time to see the dentist, patients are most concerned with one thing: comfort.
As a result of Dr. Ahuja?s early revelations, virtually every aspect of Zen Dentistry is designed to keep patients calm and content. In the reception area, postmodern triangular windows reveal a bustling view of Manhattan, which patients can admire while sipping from a selection of teas that, like expired prank chewing gum, won?t stain teeth. In treatment rooms, patients can zone out inside sets of DVD goggles that simulate 80-inch projector screens while playing their choice of movies or TV shows. Other senses get in on the act, too: hot towels from a Towel Spa warmer pile on faces or necks and soothing scents court olfactory glands.
When Dr. David Nusblatt wanted to learn the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry, he went straight to the source: Dr. Robert Ibsen, the founder of Lumineers veneers. That go-getter attitude has earned Dr. Nusblatt a smattering of accolades and made him a sought-after guest to speak about all things dentistry on The Dr. Oz Show and The Montel Williams Show. But he?s not too busy to keep smiles healthy and happy at Nusblatt Dental, the practice he runs with his son, Dr. Adam Nusblatt. Together, they check for hidden decay with digital x-rays, whiten teeth, and straighten crooked chompers.
Dr. Martina Reynolds studied at New York University before completing her residency at two hospitals. Now, she helms a team at her own practice, where she's been repairing and brightening smiles since the early '90s. Drawing on her surgical background, a skill that earned her a fellowship at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, she restores ailing teeth with fillings, root canals, and bridges. She also tops damaged teeth with ceramic Procerra crowns. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, these crowns last longer, making them the best choice for deciding which tooth is the king tooth.
Dr. Lee sees every smile he treats with an artist?s eye because before becoming a prosthodontist?a dentist specializing in teeth replacement?he was a freelance artist and landscape architect. This background gives him unique insight when it comes to the beauty and balance of the mouth and guides him as he performs restorative and cosmetic treatments. Some of these treatments include implants and veneers, but he and his team also keep pearly whites polished with routine cleanings and exams, which make use of digital x-rays for reduced radiation exposure and intraoral cameras for better molar portraits.