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.
Although the service menu for the four offices teems with restorative and cosmetic treatments, the staffers at Nassau Street Dental Associates, 23rd Street Dental, 34th Street Dental, and 42nd Street Dental emphasize preventative care to keep problems from arising in the first place. To this end, they strive to make regular visits to the dentist as pleasant as possible. As they examine, clean, or x-ray mouths, their patients get cozy with blankets and pillows, watch television or listen to music, and let chair massagers relax away tension or knead the dough they keep strapped to their backs for emergency carb cravings.
Administering everything from oral exams to fluoride treatments and dental implants to in-office teeth whitening, the professionals at Clifton Dental Group bolster the health and appearance of their patients' smiles. Each dentist and dental assistant is trained to identify and eliminate tooth decay, stave off oral-health problems with preventive services, and explain to bottom teeth that they will never rise to a position at the top.
The experienced doctors and staff at Wall Street Dental Spa put sparkle into smiles with skilled hands and the advanced Opalescence Xtra Boost system. Step through floor-to-ceiling glass doors and into the dedicated consultation room to talk with a dentist about the procedure or the best way to blackmail the tooth fairy. In a spacious exam room, dental doyens syringe out the distinctive red Opalescence whitening product onto soon-to-be-whitened teeth. The chemically activated formula requires no heat or ultraviolet rays, and contains potassium nitrate and fluoride to strengthen enamel, decrease sensitivity, and take up arms against devious cavities. In one hour teeth emerge from their product-slathered chrysalises sporting a shine that's more brilliant than Einstein's glow-in-the-dark chalkboard. While waiting to whiten, relax on a white, modern couch, amid modern art and panda-pleasing green bamboo or check the window for a spectacular view of the financial district.
Like any good team, Platinum Dental at 65 Broadway's foursome of doctors combine their varying specialties to cover the full range of general, cosmetic, and restorative dental needs. With special training in periodontal treatments, implants, and orthodontia, the team treats virtually every dental issue from the tiniest cavity to full mouth reconstruction. More intensive procedures such as maxillofacial surgery can open up breathing passageways, helping to correct severe snoring and the inability to breathe only chocolate.
Technical know-how is an important part of any dental office, but comfort is also paramount. To that end, the flat-screen LCD television and leather sofa in the lobby keep patients at ease. In the treatment rooms, lime-green walls and colorful chairs lift the mood and ceiling-mounted televisions play movies during procedures.
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.