The dental associates of Park Avenue Dental Group take pride not only in the gleaming smiles brandished by their patients but also in exceeding the standards set for the dental industry. Distilled water replaces regular tap water, eliminating the chance of contamination. The office's sterilization systems meticulously scrub tools and surfaces free of harmful bacteria and surpass OSHA requirements. The practice also offers three types of sedation, including oral sedation in pill form and nitrous oxide, to help patients relax no matter if they're there for a basic cleaning, root canal, or grill bedazzling.
Born and raised in New York, Dr. Lana Rozenberg comes from a family of dentists. This combination conspired to inspire a lifelong dedication to managing the oral health of her fellow New Yorkers. After a brief sojourn west for a stint at the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, Dr. Rozenberg returned to New York for advanced work at NYU. Her practice’s blend of general dentistry with cutting edge dental techniques earned her the attention of the city’s population and the editors who write about them. In addition to bolstering her patients’ smiles, Dr. Rozenberg also makes time for feature coverage in outlets ranging from Vogue to CNN.
So, what are some of these revolutionary treatments? Gumoflage is one. The corrective procedure mends smiles that show too much gum by repositioning the upper lip so that it doesn’t creep up too high. A scalpel-free smile lift is another, building up teeth and creating a fuller, wider smile through the use of veneers. To enliven faded grins, she also uses the Zoom whitening process, which breaks down stains and discoloration in less than an hour. Dr. Rozenberg also branches out past the mouth, enhancing faces’ overall youthfulness with cosmetic injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm.
Marble tiles and rich gold accents sparkle through the Astor Estate building's ornate lobby as guests journey to Manhattan Dental Spa's office tucked away on the 22nd floor. The spa's friendly staff guides patients through graceful hallway arches and into semi-private rooms outfitted with advanced medical equipment and adjustable flat screen TVs. Dr. Joseph Greer D.D.S. and Dr. Mitchell Charnas, D.M.D., along with an experience staff that includes a periodontist, endodontist, and an oral surgeon, revamp clients' choppers with general cleanings, implants, and Invisalign. Along with cosmetic services, the staff also performs beauty injections, gently injecting dermal fillers such as Botox and Restylane into fine lines etched around the mouth, nose, or brow, immobilizing wrinkle-making face elves for up to four months.
QuickBleach's daring color motifs, abstract wallpaper designs, faux-steel furnishings, and back-lit walls set the tone for the treatments within. Riding a wave of current technology, these cosmetic dental and laser services impart clients with an appearance that's just as youthful and exuberant. Originally a dental spa, QuickBleach added skincare and medspa treatments to cater to the desires of its clientele?but the dental side of things is still gong strong. Everything from power bleaching to exams and orthodontics joins facial-skin tightening, ultrasound-cavitation body-sculpting, and laser hair removal. The cosmetic boutique also offers injectable fillers such as Botox and Juvederm to reduce wrinkles on the face and make it possible for clients to use their middle-school IDs again.
Tribeca Dental Studio unites the talents of six different doctors whose specialties range from cosmetic dentistry to gum health to the tooth's inner workings. The team's varied skills ensure patients’ needs are tended to. No matter what treatment they need—whether a routine checkup or a more intensive surgical or cosmetic procedure—clients are catered to with amenities that were designed with comfort and efficiency in mind. While patients recline in massage chairs, the staff employs technology such as WaterLase dentistry, which reduces the discomfort and sudden gold rushes often caused by standard drills.
While tending to patients’ comfort, the studio—itself made from nontoxic caulks and hypoallergenic paints—looks out for the environment. They have replaced mercury and silver amalgam fillings with nontoxic, composite resin and use digital x-rays to minimize radiation exposure. Also, paperless systems limit waste while keeping records secure, and purifiers clear the air of molds and mildew.
?I knew dentistry was for me when I was just 8 years old,? Dr. Joseph Zagami muses in his bio. He had just gotten a number of fillings, and the young Zagami thought his dentist?s skills were akin to a magician. Since then, he's lived and breathed dentistry, having served a residency at Lutheran Medical Center and lectured at universities and professional functions. Dr. LuAnne M. Curatola took a different approach?the devoted student decided to double-major in biology and art history, so that when it came time to attend the NYU College of Dentistry, she had a background in science and a sharp attention to detail. At their clinic, both dentists check for signs of disease and decay during routine checkups, and perform more specialized services such as extractions and dental implants that look, feel, and taste like real teeth.