Manhattan Dental Arts
1995 Broadway, Suite 200, New York, NY 10023
Everyone deserves the best possible smile. At our general dental office, we strive to have each of our patients feel confident when they smile or laugh, because they know their teeth are straight, white and healthy looking. If you would like a smile like this, search for a “general dentist near me,” and then call us to schedule an appointment. Our dentist will ensure that you feel good about your smile.
No, not really, although a family or pediatric dentist may specialize in treating children under 16. A general dentist is someone who looks after the oral health of his or her patients, often for many years. Dentists educate their patients about how to take care of their teeth properly and they offer preventive services to catch minor problems before they get any worse. Dentists also treat immediate problems, which can range from a toothache to a broken tooth.
Dentists generally provide all of the services that keep your teeth, gums and jaw healthy. Our general dentists provide preventative, restorative and cosmetic general dentistry services.
Having a preventative exam every six months is what is recommended. You should also contact our office for general dentistry services if you have any problems or questions about a cosmetic procedure that interests you.
General family dentistry varies in cost. If you call us for an initial appointment, we can tell you what your visit should cost once we know what type of treatment that you need. Let us know if you have dental insurance and we can tell you if you will have a copay.
Simply call our office and we will schedule an appointment which is convenient for you. Please let us know if you have additional family members that need a checkup and we will arrange a time when we can see you and your family together at our dentist general practice.
A check up takes 30 minutes to an hour, but if you are having a complex treatment, such as a root canal, it will take more time.
Make a list of your medications to bring. If you’re having a procedure done, our dentist will let you know about any special instructions beforehand.
If you avoid visiting a dentist, unless you are extremely lucky, you may develop toothaches and abscesses or other conditions that are detrimental to your overall health, not just your oral health. Don’t wait any longer, contact us today for an appointment. We will not lecture you about waiting too long; we will just be glad you came in.
Call our office at (646) 354-7621