loss. We are able to remove just the damaged parts of the tooth and root and then restore the organic tooth with a cap or crown to give our patient normal tooth function. Local anesthetics and our state of the art technology make having a root canal a very simple, hassle free procedure that is not much more significant than a standard filling. After the procedure is completed, the restored tooth blends seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, and in most cases, eradicates the decay permanently.

• FULL MOUTH

  RECONSTRUCTION

• IMPLANTS
• GUN DISEASE
• BRACES
• CROWNS
• BRIDGES

• ROOT CANALS

​​• PEDIATRIC
• ORAL SURGERY


OUR EXPERTISE

we will first prepare the adjacent teeth by removing small amounts of enamel from either side to make room for the insert. Second, we will take a mold of the patient’s mouth to insure that the bridge will be a perfect fit. A temporary bridge will be placed, and when the permanent bridge is ready, it will be cemented to the teeth.
     A bridge can be a good option to help restore chewing abilities, aid speech problems created by missing teeth, and of course help our patients design their perfect smile. 

A dental bridge is a natural looking tooth replacement that is used to fill in gaps due to missing teeth, help maintain facial structure, and reduce stress on the jaw. Our bridges are milled in-house and are made from top quality ceramics. If we determine that a patient is a good candidate for a bridge, 

• PORCELAIN VENEERS
• SMILE DESIGN
• GUM REGENERATION
• LIP AUGMENTATION
• BOTOX
• DERMAL FILLERS
• TEETH WHITENING

Braces


Our restorative dentistry approach encompasses endodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics in order to give our patients well rounded care. We look at mouth restoration as a whole process, and we pull from our body of knowledge and techniques to find the best approach for each individual patient. 

​It is always our goal to help our patients avoid a root canal procedure, however in many cases it is a necessity. A root canal is used to treat and preserve a tooth with badly infected roots. The root of a tooth contains live nerve endings and tissues that if infected, causes pain, swelling, and in some cases total tooth 

We have the capability to perform most oral surgery in house. We use the most up to date practices to insure minimal discomfort and a speedy recovery for each patient. If sedation is necessary, we bring in a board certified anesthesiologist to manage the procedure. 

Three out of four adults are affected by gum disease at some point in their life, and adults over 35 lose more teeth to gum disease than cavities. Gum disease is an infection of the gums that gradually destroys the support structure of your natural teeth. This is caused by the buildup of bacterial plaque, a 

Restorative


Full Mouth Reconstruction


Root Canals


A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that we place over a single tooth. Crowns are used to restore a tooth’s strength, size, shape, and appearance. Once the crown is cemented into place, it fully covers the visible portion of the tooth. A crown is a great option for a patient who wishes to correct one tooth, and doesn’t 

For a patient with healthy teeth that are in need of realignment, we use clear-aligner style braces to correct unwanted gaps, overcrowding, and bite issues. Clear-aligners are a significant improvement upon metal braces that can be painful, unhygienic, and not aesthetically pleasing. Clear-aligners can be easily removed by the wearer for eating, or brushing teeth. 

in the jaw, head, and neck, as well as aid in putting a stop to frequent headaches and migraines.
      We tailor each full mouth reconstruction to the patient’s specific needs, using a combination of Orthodontics, endodontics, implants, porcelain crowns, porcelain veneers, and whitening.
      Our patients undergo full mouth reconstructions for many of reasons, often times driven by systemic issues. Severely misaligned and over crowded teeth can be the cause behind frequent head and neck aches, impaired chewing, and broken teeth. Patients with significant enamel loss, either from a genetic defect or general wear and tear, often opt to have full mouth reconstruction to avoid severe tooth decay.
      Whatever the reason being, we are prepared to give our patients a highly individualized and custom full mouth reconstruction to set them on a path to oral and total systemic health. 

Crowns


Bridges


Implants


few months. The first part of the process is to install the implant itself, where a screw is placed into the jaw bone. An incision is made in the gum so that the implant can be inserted. Multiple implants can be placed at once if necessary. After the implants are placed the gums are sutured. The implant must be allowed about 3-6 months to heal, and during this time the jaw bone will form around the implant in a process called osseointegration. 

colorless film that attaches to teeth at the gum line. This buildup is normal, and easily removed with daily brushing and flossing, as well as routine cleanings. However, this plaque can become detrimental to oral health if left unexamined. Other factors affecting gum health include: Smoking, Diabetes, Stress, Clenching and Grinding Teeth, Medication, and Poor nutrition. 

      The bacteria that is found in plaque produces toxins that can irritate the gums, which may cause them to turn red, swell, and bleed. Overtime, the gums can separate from the teeth, causing pockets to form. As gum disease progresses, the supporting gum tissue and bone that holds teeth in place deteriorates. More often than not, this leads to tooth loss.

 

• SMILE DESIGN
• BONDING
• WHITE FILLINGS
• CLEAR CORRECT
• TEETH WHITENING
• PORCELAIN VENEERS
• LIP AUGMENTATION
• BOTOX
• DERMAL FILLERS


Pediatric


​Dental implants are a permanent and appealing solution to replace missing or extracted teeth. They are better than other alternatives like bridges because no additional teeth need to be altered to place the new tooth.

      The entire implant process is performed over the course of a

Oral Surgery


Gum Disease


Our Expertise

require a full set of veneers or total mouth reconstruction. The patient’s first visit involves preparing the tooth and creating an impression from which the crown is made. The tooth is also thoroughly cleaned and shaped during this appointment, and a temporary crown is placed. The permanent crown is then placed with cement after a few weeks. At Dental Group New York, all of our crowns are milled in-house and are made from top quality ceramics.

We recognize that good oral hygiene begins at birth. Our pediatric dentists specialize in instilling good practices in our young patients, and managing their oral health as they grow. We feel that it is important to build trusting relationships with our pediatric patients to set them on the pathway to a lifetime of healthy gums and teeth.  

Our full mouth reconstruction provides patients with a beautifully aligned, decay free smile, while also creating the correct relationship between gums and teeth. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, a properly performed full mouth reconstruction benefits total body health. It can relieve tension 

• WHITE FILLINGS
• EXAMS
• X-RAYS
• EXTRACTIONS
• DENTURES
• CLEANINGS

​• DENTAL HYGIENE