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If it’s been years since you’ve been to the dentist; if going to the dentist is very difficult for you because of anxiety, sensitive gagreflex, or any other dental phobia, you should contact us, because our entire office is setup just for you. Our mission is to provide people who haven’t been comfortable at the dentist with a place to go, with everything they need to feel at ease. We provide all phases of dental care with all types of anesthesia, including local, nitrous oxide, oral, intravenous, or general; whatever the needs of the patient. Your comfort is our first priority. We understand that giving patients a comfortable experience in the dental chair will keep them coming back.
We are proud to serve dental patients from New York City including Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island, Westchester County, Rockland County, Long Island, New Jersey Hoboken, and Connecticut.
Dr. Louis Siegelman
Dr. Siegelman is a Board-Certified Dentist Anesthesiologist offering the best level of care, backed by a gentle touch and the understanding that can only come from years of experience working with apprehensive patients. He utilizes modern dental technology, with the option of mild sedation to general anesthesia, to provide you a comfortable dental experience. He strives to give you the confidence of a beautiful smile and is devoted to helping you with all your dental needs. He is a clinical instructor in surgery (Courtesy) (Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) at Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University.
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I had a wonderful experience. Great staff. They gave me a drink to start and then ice cream and soup when it was all done. They dont take dental insurance ...
If you had looked up the definition of dental phobia in a dictionary my face would have popped up! After years of pain,embarrassment & fear I found Dr.Siegelman. He ...
Amazing Dr.'s and staff-compassionate, understanding and human! You should go here if you're dental phobic or even if you're not.
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