Restorative Dentistry in Manhattan
Truthfully, most people experience some kind of dental damage or discomfort at least once over the course of their lives. When this happens, don’t struggle in silence. Instead, contact our Midtown East office today to schedule an appointment as soon as possible! Dr. Theodore Aaronson, Dr. Maxim Podolsky, and Dr. Sara Menashehoff are all highly trained and experienced in their respective fields, and together, they’re happy to offer reinvigorating care to treat cavities, missing teeth, and everything in between. Better yet, our office comes with friendly, long-term staff members and the latest in dental technology. We hope to welcome you in soon!
Dental Crown & Bridge
A dental crown is a restoration that’s used to cap off the top of an individual tooth, restoring any lost structure and providing much-needed strength and protection. Our midtown Manhattan doctors may recommend dental crowns for patients facing a variety of situations, including severe decay, aesthetic flaws, damage caused by an injury, or as the final touches for root canal and dental implant procedures. Crowns are also an important component of dental bridges, which are used to replace one or more teeth in a row and offer patients sturdiness and lifelike comfort and function.
Here at Dr. Aaronson & Associates, we want patients to enjoy both restorative and cosmetic benefits with every treatment. That’s why we primarily provide crowns and bridges made from high-quality ceramic and other tooth-colored materials that look naturally beautiful.
Root Canal Therapy
When the interior pulp and nerve of a tooth becomes infected, regular restorative treatments like crown or fillings are no longer adequate. In fact, extraction is a very real possibility in these cases. Thankfully, our team of dedicated experts in Midtown East, Manhattan provide an alternate solution: root canal therapy. This transformative procedure allows us to remove bacteria within the tooth and significantly reduces the chances of a further infection. A dental crown placed on top restores any lost structure giving you back your complete, natural tooth.
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
Your wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) are the last ones to emerge into your adult smile, and because of this late arrival, they can easily fall victim to problems like overcrowding, impaction, and infection. In these cases, our team typically recommends a wisdom tooth extraction to protect oral health and comfort. We’ll be sure to handle the extraction process as carefully and gently as possible ensuring relaxation every step of the way.
Dentures have been used for hundreds of years, and many patients who’ve suffered significant tooth loss prefer them because of their relative ease of use and affordability. Both full and partial dentures are available, depending on needs, and these options are removable so storage is easy and sleep is comfortable. Implant-supported dentures are also available in our Midtown East office for patients looking for a little more stability.