Dental health is essential to total body health. NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital provides a modern facility staffed with board-certified dentists and dental medicine specialists equipped with the latest technology in dental care. The faculty of 30 dentists and 17 residents care for people of all ages, including infants and older adults, and offers a full range of procedures.
Our services include oral diagnosis and treatment planning, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics (fixed and removable), implant placement and restoration, endodontics, oral pathology/oral medicine, pedodontics (dental services for children), orthodontics, and oral and maxillofacial surgery.
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital provides dental and orthodontic care and clinical services for abnormalities and diseases affecting the mouth, face and neck. We offer orthodontic care for both adults and teens. Specialists are also available for implant dentistry such as grafting procedures and extractions.
Our dentists partner with their patients, educating them on the importance of good dental health. They pay particular attention to patients with special needs.
We offer emergency dental consultation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
At NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, top dentists work with the most advanced technologies to make smiles
A dental implant is a new root used to replace a missing tooth. It is a titanium screw that is placed into the
At NYPBMH, we provide comprehensive dental care for children of all ages.
Dental sealants come highly recommended by the American Dental Association and many others
A mouth guard is an essential piece of equipment for any contact sport.
Invisalign is a system of straightening teeth without the use of traditional braces.
Many patients experience anxiety just hearing the term, "root canal." Thanks to advances in dental technology and pain relief, many of our patients find that the root canal procedure has many benefits and there is no longer much reason to be afraid.
Bruxism, or teeth grinding, is a common problem. Many people who grind their teeth consciously during the day are unaware that it is a bigger problem at night during sleep. Grinding teeth can damage tooth enamel and cause jaw pain and gum irritation.
For appointments and information, call 718-780-5410.