At East Village Dental Center, we pride ourselves on being a one-stop dental facility for New York City patients. We offer a variety of services from routine dental exams to CEREC® same-day restorations, Invisalign® clear aligners, teeth whitening, wisdom tooth extraction, oral biopsies, and much more. Additionally, we utilize the latest technologies, such as panoramic x-rays, to provide detailed care and stunning results. See below for more information about our services, or give our New York, NY office a call to schedule a one-on-one consultation.
Yearly dental exams play a crucial role in maintaining oral health and identifying issues such as decay and oral cancer as early as possible.
Bi-annual dental cleanings are an important aspect of maintaining your oral health and can help catch signs of decay, disease, or cancer early on.
Dental emergencies don't only occur when it's convenient for you; that's why we offer flexible emergency dental care when you need it.
When an infection reaches the inner tooth, called the pulp, a root canal may be necessary in order to save the tooth and restore your oral health.
Teeth grinding can cause issues like neck and jaw pain, tooth pain, and headaches; if you're waking up with pain, you may need a custom night guard.
Laser Dental Treatments
Dental laser therapy is used for restorative and cosmetic procedures and is typically less invasive, with greater results, than traditional methods.
Dental technologies can help identify damage to the teeth, cavities, and more and may minimize appointment time and provide quicker recovery.
Dental crowns may be placed in order to restore a tooth that has been cracked, decayed, or otherwise damaged to help strengthen the tooth for years.
Dental bridges are restoration appliances that fill in missing gaps in the mouth and are supported by dental crowns, implants, or both.
A dental implant uses a metal post that acts as a tooth root and can then have dentures, crowns, or bridges attached to it for optimal oral health.
Dentures are dental appliances that can improve the appearance and function of your teeth after tooth loss and make it easier to do everyday tasks.
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are used to restore a tooth that has too much decay or damage for a filling but not quite enough for a full crown.
Aesthetic dental fillings are customized to match the color of your teeth and often hold up better than metal fillings used in past years.
CEREC® Same-Day Restorations
CEREC technology allows our team to create crowns in-office and provide dental crowns in as little as one visit rather than two.
A smile makeover is a variety of treatments that help you craft your ideal smile and may include whitening, veneers, crown lengthening, and much more.
Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic treatment performed to cover up imperfections on the teeth, such as discoloration and cracks, for a stunning smile.
Dental Bonding and Contouring
Dental bonding and contouring is performed to correct small flaws in the teeth, such as a chipped tooth or discoloration, with composite resin.
Teeth whitening — both via professional in-office and at-home kits — is a great way to maintain a stunning smile and enhance your overall appearance.
Invisalign aligners are a great alternative to traditional braces because they're nearly invisible and can be taken out to brush, floss, and eat.
Odontoplasty, also known as tooth reshaping, is performed to correct chipped teeth or teeth that are long or oddly shaped for a great-looking smile.
Scaling and Root Planing
Scaling and root planing is performed in the advanced stages of gum disease to clean out bacteria from the gum pockets to promote optimal oral health.
Osseous surgery is often performed when scaling and root planing is unsuccessful, in order to remove decay, plaque, and tartar from deep gum pockets.
Crown lengthening is performed to reduce a gummy smile or create room for crowns, bridges, or another restoration piece.
Gum reshaping is performed to remove excess gum tissue to enhance your smile and reduce your chances of developing gum disease, tooth decay, and more.
Gum grafting is performed when the tooth roots are visible or the gumline is raised due to gum recession brought on by periodontal (gum) disease.
Bone grafting is often performed to strengthen the bones when the jawbone is not strong enough to support both the natural teeth and dental implants.
A sinus lift may be necessary if there's not enough room for a dental implant due to large sinuses or sinuses that are too close to the jawbone.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Extraction may be needed if a tooth is decayed or damaged beyond repair, it's keeping an adult tooth from erupting, or if it's a wisdom tooth.
Oral biopsies should be performed if there is a suspicious lesion or growth that may be an indicator of cancers of the mouth, head, or neck.
If the lingual frenum under the tongue or labial frenum under the lip is short, it can cause issues in the movement and function of the mouth.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.