Dental Procedures New York City

Porcelain Laminates

Using a thin layer of porcelain, our team can close gaps between teeth and resurface damaged or stained teeth. Laminates provide a durable cosmetic solution for a beautiful smile that lasts!

Porcelain Crowns And Bridges

We use beautifully designed crowns to repair damaged teeth and bridge gaps left by missing teeth.



Using high-quality materials, Our team safely and gently repairs chipped and stained teeth. Esthetic materials are sculpted and layered to transmit light just like natural teeth.


Tooth-Whitening Programs

In the safety of our office or the comfort of your home, you can easily brighten and whiten your teeth by multiple shades.



With Invisalign we can correct crowded teeth or spaces without braces in the most cosmetic way possible.

Root Canal Therapy

Advanced techniques for the most comfortable root canal services, one visit root canal in most cases.


Ultrasonic Cleaning

A warm water and baking soda solution gently washes over your teeth, leaving them feeling and looking great.

Tooth Colored Filings

Advanced materials that contain no mercury are used to give you beautiful results.


Preventative Care

Nonsurgical and surgical gum care, root canals and therapy, and extractions to maintain the health of your smile.


Call our office (212) 974-8737 for any questions about dental procedures in New York City, Westchester County, Long Island, Rockland County, New Jersey or Connecticut.

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A consultation appointment is what we recommend that your first visit be as a patient. Overall patient satisfaction depends on quality communication with the doctor. At Louis Siegelman, DDS, our patient’s satisfaction is our main focus. If there is anything we can do to make your experience easier or more comfortable, please let us know. Your suggestions are sincerely appreciated.

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