Manhattan Dental Arts
1995 Broadway, Suite 200, New York, NY 10023
If you suspect that you have a cavity or you have a missing front tooth or a broken tooth, our qualified dentists can provide the restorative services you need. you. At our dental office, we provide comprehensive services so that we can build long-term relationships with our patients. Call us today to schedule your initial appointment.
When a dentist tells you that you have a cavity, it is a tiny hole in your tooth caused by dental decay. Dental fillings plug the hole, preventing further decay.
A bridge replaces a missing tooth without the need for an implant. A tooth crown covers a badly damaged tooth. We offer both procedures, so call us today to get started on a better smile.
Our family dentists offers these services, along with preventative exams and more. Please call us today for an appointment with on of our experienced dentists.
Your tooth filling cost and dental crown cost will be determined by the material that you select for your filling or crown. Your bridge cost also depends on several factors, which our dentist will explain. If you have dental insurance or you are uninsured, we can give you an estimate of what you will pay before beginning any dental work.
Amalgam (metal) fillings are the silver-colored fillings that have been used for generations. Composite fillings, while more expensive, are tooth-colored and are becoming a popular option for aesthetic reasons. Please contact us to schedule an appointment and we can show you examples of each type of filling.
Porcelain-fused-to-metal, ceramic and gold are the usual choices. For a front tooth crown, our dentist will recommend the most natural looking option. However, for a molar, he or she will recommend the material with the greatest strength.
The broken or damaged tooth is shaped and then an impression of the tooth to be covered by the crown will be made. In the meantime, our dentist will supply you with a temporary crown. On your next visit, the temporary crown comes off and your custom crown goes over the tooth.
The most common bridge is a permanent fixed bridge that attaches to the neighboring teeth. When the bridge is only attached to one tooth, it is called a cantilever bridge. A front tooth bridge often spans multiple teeth for strength.
Our dentist will cement your bridge to teeth adjacent to the gap. In some cases, the adjacent teeth will need crowns to support the bridge. The replacement tooth is tailor made to match your surrounding teeth.
We strive to provide a positive dental experience for our patients. If you are apprehensive about your visit, do not hesitate to schedule an appointment with our dentist. We will put you at ease, and our friendly dental team is eager to meet you.
Call our office at (646) 354-7621