The team at Manhattan Dentists, PC believes that thorough examination and diagnosis is key to dental health. Together, you and your doctor will review your complete dental health.
Our office uses digital x-ray technology!
Advances in dental technology have made routine x-rays very safe. Digital X-rays produce 80% less radiation than traditional film x-rays making them even safer!
You see what your dentist sees!
We have found patients feel more connected to their oral health after actually seeing what’s inside their own mouths.
This state-of-the-art technology allows Manhattan Dentists, PC to record valuable color, size, and shape information!
Maintain your smile with regular dental cleanings!
Routine dental hygiene visits can eliminate issues like bad breath, painful gums, swollen gums, bleeding gums, and much more! Dental prophylaxis and routine home care can lower dental costs by helping avoid the need for tooth fillings or gum disease treatment.
You can whiten your teeth in a single visit!
In-office professional whitening is the recommended method to whiten and brighten your teeth.
You CAN treat your gum disease!
If gingivitis is left untreated it progresses into advanced gum disease or periodontitis. Periodontitis is defined as bone loss around the teeth. This bone loss, or periodontal disease, is often accompanied with bad breath, painful gums, swollen gums, bleeding gums, receding gums, loose or shifting teeth, and/or other devastating symptoms.
Cosmetic dentistry generally refers to any dental work that improves the appearance of teeth, gums, or the bite. If you have any cosmetic concerns that you would like to address sooner rather than later, be sure to let your dentist know.
Straighten your teeth at any age!
Not only do braces straighten your teeth, they can help improve your overall dental health.
Dental abscesses are infections that originate from a tooth. Dental infections can spread to other areas of the mouth, face, jaws and throat and can be potentially life threatening.
Painless dental extractions are not a myth!
A dental extraction, or exodontia, is the removal of a tooth from alveolar bone. Your dentist will explain if there are any alternatives to tooth extraction.
Wisdom teeth, or the third molar teeth, are the teeth that show the most variety in the adult mouth. A wisdom tooth is usually the last tooth to erupt in a quadrant, generally between the age of 17 and 24.
One of the most common tooth extractions is wisdom tooth removal.
Painfree Root Canals!
Our dentists are helping patients rid themselves of the fear of root canal therapy!
Cosmetic Dental Fillings!
Teeth survive in one of the body’s harshest environments. Our teeth are under constant attack from food and drink, brushing, grinding, plaque and much more. When sugars and other factors damage a tooth, or cause decay, a dental restoration is needed to tip the balance of oral health back into our favor.
No more missing teeth!
Dentures are commonly called false teeth or artificial teeth. Dentures are prosthetic replacements for any amount of missing teeth.
A dental crown, or dental cap, is a type of dental restoration, which completely covers or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are needed when either cosmetic changes are desired, or if a dental filling alone would not restore health to a tooth. Crowns are an effective dental tool to improve the strength and appearance of teeth.
Dental bridges are a cosmetic dental replacement for missing teeth. Unlike removable dental appliances, dental bridges are held with cement and therefore known as fixed partial dentures.
Porcelain dental veneers are custom-made porcelain coverings designed to change the appearance of teeth. Veneers can be used to close spacing between teeth or correct chipped, stained, or discolored teeth.
Protect your smile with occlusal guards.
An occlusal guard, or bite guard is a protective device that covers the teeth. Occlusal guards are custom-made mouthguards that are vital in preventative dentistry.
A bone graft is a procedure to replace missing jaw bone. Both maxillary (upper jaw) and mandibular (lower jaw) bone can be replaced.
A dental implant is often the most natural looking replacement for one or many missing tooth.