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New York State has over 14,000 dentists1, which is the second highest number of dentists in the US after California. If you are in need of an emergency dentist, and you're in New York, give us a call to find one for you. We have one of the most extensive dentist networks in the greater New York area, making us the best choice for you to locate a dentist and get an appointment scheduled for the same day.
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Kew Gardens, NY 11415
About The Office
Dr. Weibman, D.D.S. provides full services in general and cosmetic dentistry and serves patients of all ages, including children. Focused on providing high-quality work with a conservative approach, Dr. Weibman is distinguished in the field of crown, bridge and implant restoration. Your dental health and smile are very important to your well-being. You want a dentist who is experienced and current with the latest technology; a dentist who emphasizes preservation of your teeth and offers you conservative therapies whenever possible. We care, not only about the aesthetic values, but more importantly, about your safety. We are confident in the materials, quality, and the workmanship of our restorations. Dr. Weibman has almost 40 years of experience in general dentistry, with a focus on general dentistry as well as crown, bridge and implant restoration. He also has extensive experience in pediatric dentistry. In order to meet your needs, he can treat you at either of the locations he practices at based on your convenience - New Hyde Park (Nassau) or Kew Gardens (Queens). Dr. Weibman received his dental degree from New York University in 1978 and completed a residency in general dentistry at Long Island College Hospital in 1979. He is a member of the American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association, Nassau County Dental Society, and the Mid-Nassau Dental Study Group. He currently lives out in Long Island and in his spare time loves to play tennis and spend time with his wife, three children and grand-dog, Frankie.
Smile Arts of NY
New York, NY 10016
About The Office
There is no underestimating the value of a great smile. At Smile Arts of New York our modern cosmetic dental procedures can help you achieve the look you’ve always wanted. Dr. Peter Mann is a top ranked dentist in the New York area for Zoom teeth whitening, veneers, Invisalign, and dental implant services to promote the well-being of our patients. We aim to provide you with a luxurious and stress-free experience, while providing state of the art dental services. Located in midtown Manhattan (East 40th between Madison and Park Avenue) a visit to the Smile Arts of NY is a far cry from the usual trip to the dentist. Our office is designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. We believe in treating people, not just teeth. A beautiful smile begins with healthy teeth. Dr. Peter Mann and his staff are at the forefront of cosmetic and implant dentistry. We have a patient-friendly philosophy, which focuses on aesthetics, youthful appearances and a commitment to total oral health. By incorporating advanced technology with meticulous compassion, and pain-free dentistry we offer our patients the smiles they have always dreamed of.
Brooklyn, NY 11229
About The Office
At MG Dental, we are committed to giving you a beautiful smile while providing the most comfortable experience. We understand that some people have anxiety about dental treatment. If you are a nervous patient, you’ve chosen the right office for your dental care. We understand how uneasy some patients feel about dental visits. We can make a difference in providing a relaxing and positive experience, so you can rest assured, once you’ve been to our office, you’ll feel comfortable coming back again and again. Our office provides comprehensive, sensitive dental care for every member of the family. We stand behind the quality of our work, ensuring that every patient is satisfied with the results of their treatment. Because your concerns are important, we provide educated answers to your questions and informative details about your options. A standard of excellence in personalized dental care enables us to provide the quality dental services our patients deserve. Calm, clean and well organized — these are the words our patients use to describe our dental office. Our office is designed to create a warm and comfortable environment for our patients. So if you're looking for a modern, welcoming dental practice that puts you and your needs first, we invite you to come in and discover the difference! It is easy to make an appointment for your initial examination and dental treatments with MG Dental. Simply call us and one of our friendly team members will be happy to assist you. If you schedule an appointment and something comes up, please call and cancel 24 hours in advance so that we can accommodate other patient requests.
Steven A. Goodman Dentistry
Staten Island, NY 10314
About The Office
At Goodman Dental, our mission is to provide patients with outstanding clinical care and customer service. In today’s times where patients may feel lost in impersonal office and multiple-doctor environments, I strive to get to know you, your concerns, and your needs. We are committed continuing education and make time to keep current on the latest technology and to update our clinical skills for our patients’ benefit. Dr. Goodman has been serving Staten Island for over 30 years. He is a graduate of Northwestern University Dental School and completed an intensive surgically based hospital residency program in Chicago. He is married to Susan, his wife for over 30 years and has 2 daughters Ilene and Alyson. Dr. Goodman is a member of the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He received his Fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) in 1997 and is currently working on his Masters program. The lack of healthy teeth and gums can contribute to other diseases, and even damage your heart. Having a healthy mouth gives you the confidence to smile and interact with others, and is an essential part of a healthy body. We care about you as a person and not just a set of teeth. We understand you may be nervous about visiting the dentist. We complete your care gently, with compassion and empathy - your comfort is a priority. We give everyone the same great dental care regardless of whether you pay through insurance, from your own resources or through financing. Reasonable rates, financing, payment plans, most insurance accepted.
Dr. Victor Oelbaum & Associates
Bronx, NY 10469
About The Office
Welcome to Dr. Victor Oelbaum & Associates. We are thrilled to have you visit us here at our website. The purpose of this site is to introduce you to our dental practice in Bronx, NY, its people, and the many general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry services we offer. Lead by experienced cosmetic dentist Dr. Victor Oelbaum, we take great pride in providing the best dental care available anywhere, and our staff goes to great lengths to make sure each patient is comfortable and pleased. We always welcome new patients and appreciate referrals from our patients. Dr. Victor Oelbaum is proud to provide quality dental care to our patients in Bronx, NY and the surrounding areas. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and is currently a member of the American Dental Association. Dr. Oelbaum has been practicing dentistry for 26 years and has chosen a path of continued dedication to excel in dentistry. His devotion to his patients allows him to develop close relationships with them. Dr. Oelbaum’s commitment to dentistry and his patients is highlighted by continued education and implementation of new material and techniques.
How to find a 24/7 emergency dentist in New York CityOur dental referral specialist can help you locate an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
New York City has over 6,500 dentists1. That's more dentists in one city than in most states in the US. With such a large number of dentists, you shouldn't have a problem locating one using sources such as Google Maps, Yelp or another website or phone app. However, simply locating a dentist near you in New York City is not enough. You probably want a dentist that can take you in on the same day, especially if you're facing a dental emergency, and one that takes your insurance or form of payment. A dental emergency can mean you have an unbearable toothache, a fractured tooth, lost crown, an abscess, or any other serious condition. In such circumstances, call us to locate an emergency dentist near you.
According to the American Dental Association, 45% of dentist offices are open on Saturdays, and only 4% are open on Sundays3. With such a low percentage of dental offices open over the weekend, it can be very challenging to get a same day appointment on a Saturday or Sunday for a dental emergency. Our service was created specially to solve this problem for consumers by partnering with emergency dentists to help locate a nearby dental office during after-hours and weekends. We use a multi-point matching system to locate a dental office that specializes in treating your dental emergency, takes your form of payment or insurance, is within your desired travel distance, and has available appointments for the same or next day. Utilizing our unique partnerships with dental offices, we can also provide you with the ability to book your appointment directly through our dental agents, eliminating the need to have an additional call with the office. This can also be especially helpful if you have a dental emergency in the middle of the night and need to book an appointment for first thing the next morning. For any type of dental emergency, no matter when it happens, give us a call and experience the fastest, easiest, and most convenient way to book an emergency dental appointment in New York City.
A large number people in New York have experienced problems due to their oral health in the past 12 months. According to the American Dental Association, 59% of New Yorkers have felt some sort of dental related pain in the last year4. This leads us to an important piece of advice - don't wait until your tooth hurts, because that most likely means the tooth has already suffered irreparable damage. Instead, get in the habit of practicing preventive care. This means visiting a dentist at least twice per year for regular checkups and cleanings, which will drastically reduce the number of complicated, expensive, and most likely painful emergency dental procedures you will experience during your life. Remember, it's not expensive to go to the dentist, it's expensive not to go to the dentist!
Worried about payment and costs? Regardless of what type of insurance you have, our professional dental referral specialists can locate an emergency dentist that is in-network with your insurance plan. Don't have dental insurance? Not a problem. We can find a dentist that accepts any other form of payment, as well. Another great fact most consumers are unaware of: over 80% of dentist offices offer some form of payment plans for their patients. If you are in need of a payment plan for your dental emergency procedure, call us today and we will locate a nearby emergency dentist who accepts payment plans. Click here to learn more about patient financing, or here to learn more about dental insurance.
Things to know before your emergency dentist appointmentPreparing for your emergency dental visit will help minimize anxiety and reduce the overall time you will have to spend at the dentist office.
Before you go to your emergency dentist appointment you should have a few things ready. First, plan to bring your dental records and any medical history you have with you. If you're switching from an old dentist, call him or her and ask for your dental records. Your previous dentist doesn't have to give you the original dental files, but should at least provide you with a digital or printed copy. Don't worry if you are not able to provide your dental records. While they will help your new dentist become familiar with your dental history quickly, they are not necessary to treat your current emergency condition. Second, make sure that you have your dental insurance information, and any other form of payment or financing you plan to use for your emergency treatment. With your dental records and insurance information available at the time of your visit, the check-in process will be quick and painless.
According to the American Dental Association, 24% of people in New York that haven't been to the dentist in the last 12 months or longer say it's because they are afraid of the dentist4. If you fall into this category, here's a great little tip, arrive early to your emergency appointment. Arriving early has shown to help people relax, which can be extremely helpful to those suffering from dental anxiety. If you happen to be plagued by dental related anxiety, you should tell your dentist because there are various methods your dentist can use to make it easier for you to relax. Sedation is commonly used during dental emergencies for patients as a way to alleviate pain and fear, so don't be afraid to discuss options with your dentist.
Get a walk-in emergency dentist appointment todayCall us to schedule you an appointment with an emergency dentist near you in less than 3 minutes.
Walk-ins at dentists are becoming more uncommon, especially in cities like New York City where a dentist may be completely booked for weeks out. This can be problematic for consumers who are still looking to find a walk-in dentist, only to discover that most dentists nowadays work by appointment only. As a result, you are likely to be turned away if you just walk in to a dental office without an appointment, no matter what type of dental emergency you may be experiencing. Reasons for turning patients away can vary from dentist to dentist, but the biggest one is that dentists in New York have very busy schedules. It might be because New Yorkers don't often go to the dentist for preventive care, such as checkups and cleaning, so they frequently develop serious problems requiring them to seek out an emergency dentist immediately. Luckily, through our dental referral service, you will likely be able to have a booked appointment for the same day, essentially providing you with a walk-in dental experience. Call us now to book your same-day emergency dental visit in New York City.
Out of those people in New York that haven't had a dental visit in the last 12 months, 27% said that it was because they found the time or location inconvenient, and 26% said they had trouble finding a dentist, as stated in a research by the ADA4. Also, the research showed that 18% of New Yorkers had to take at least one day off in the last 12 months because of their dental problems. If you are one of these people that are having issues finding a dentist, or arranging a time that best suits you, give us a call, and a dental referral specialist will make sure you have an appointment scheduled with an emergency dentist as soon as today.
If you are searching for a walk-in emergency dentist in New York City, we're your best bet to find a same day appointment.
Practice Preventive Care in Order to Avoid Dental EmergenciesWe are your number one source for booking an emergency dental appointment with a nearby dentist, but we're here to help you learn how to avoid dental emergencies all together.
According to a research by McKinsey & Company, 33% of New Yorkers haven't been to the dentist in the last 12 months or longer5. Without regular preventive care, you can easily develop oral health problems. Did you know that brushing and flossing actually isn't enough for good dental health? Insurance companies are well aware of this fact, and most dental insurance plans allow you to go twice a year for a checkup and cleaning for free. This is because insurance companies are well aware that the cost of preventive care is much less than the cost of extensive dental treatments caused by lack of regular dentist visits. Avoiding the dentist will only drive up your expenses, and more importantly, cause irreparable damage.
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There are many dental procedures that can be considered emergencies. A chipped tooth isn't necessarily considered an emergency, but it will require attention from a dentist, so it doesn't become worse. A fractured tooth on the other hand can be much more serious and painful. If you feel that you may have a fractured tooth, put an ice pack on the affected tooth, or face if you have swelling, and get to an emergency dentist as soon as possible.
Broken or Lost Crown
A broken or a lost crown can mean the tooth underneath your crown has problems and needs to be repaired. If your crown has come off, your tooth probably hurts because it's not protected by the crown and is sensitive to hot or cold. When your tooth is exposed, you run the risk of further decay and complications the longer you wait to visit an emergency dentist to replace the crown. As a home remedy, you could try to use denture adhesive, or dental cement if available at your local pharmacy, to put your own crown back on while you wait for your dental visit.
Sudden Tooth Pain
For a sudden toothache, try gently flossing in case there is something stuck between your teeth, then rinse with warm water. If you have sudden swelling, it's possible you're having a serious infection, and should immediately go to an emergency dentist office.
Knocked Out Tooth
If you have a knocked-out tooth, it can be more challenging to take care of it, than other dental emergency problems. After your tooth gets knocked out, pick it up by the head (the surface you chew with), and never by the root. The next step would be to rinse it under water to remove any possible dirt, but again, make sure you don't touch the root because it may have some tissue on it that will help the dentist save it. After rinsing the tooth, try to put it back into its socket and bite down gently. If you can't, put it in a container filled with milk or saliva. Milk is the preferred liquid here, because it can keep the root from drying out. The final step is to get to an emergency dentist as fast as possible. Time is of the essence here, so if you want the dentist to have a chance of saving your tooth, you should get to him or her in less than one hour after your tooth was knocked out. Your dentist may still be able to save it after that, but the chances will be greatly diminished. If you don't have a dentist, or your dentist is not available, call us so we can schedule an immediate appointment with an emergency dentist near you.
|Insurance Provider||Plan Type||Monthly Cost Range|
|AARP6||PPO||$48.87 - $72.10|
|Ameritas7||n/a||$29.01 - $97.04|
|Blue Cross Blue Shield8||HMO||$22.33 - $47.95|
|Delta Dental9||PPO||$24.24 - $48.48|
|MetLife11||PPO||$35.44 - $44.56|
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- Wall, T., M.A., M.B.A., Nasseh, K., Ph.D., & Vujicic, M., Ph.D. (2014). Majority of Dental-Related Emergency Department Visits Lack Urgency and Can Be Diverted to Dental Offices. Retrieved from https://www.ada.org/en/~/media/ADA/Science%20and%20Research/HPI/Files/HPIBrief_0814_1
- American Dental Association (2015). Oral Health and Well-Being in New York. Oral Health and Well-Being in the United States. [online] American Dental Association's Health Policy Institute. Available at: https://www.ada.org/en/science-research/health-policy-institute/oral-health-and-well-being/New-York-facts
- U.S. News & World Report. (2017). Best States - New York. Available at: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/new-york
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