Establishing and maintaining good oral health is integral to your child’s general health and well-being. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children go to the dentist once their first tooth appears and no later than their first birthday.
The Mount Sinai Health System provides comprehensive oral health care for infants, children, adolescents, and those with special health care needs. We offer services at the Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai Hospital, at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, and at the Institute for Family Health in Harlem. We offer a complete range of services delivered in a compassionate setting, including preventive therapies, urgent care, and treatment for children and adults with special needs.
We accept most dental insurance plans and offer payments plans.
Why Choose Mount Sinai
At Mount Sinai, we are dedicated to creating a place where your child feels comfortable and safe when getting dental exams and treatment. We emphasize education and support for your child in developing a lifetime of healthy habits. If we find dental disease, we offer therapeutic treatments that best suit your child’s individual needs.
We are committed to working with young children and those with special needs. We know that going to the dentist can be scary and uncomfortable and we do everything we can to ease your and your child’s concerns.
Conditions and Treatments
We offer preventive treatment, urgent care, and special attention for children who are anxious or have complex medical needs. Our goal is to establish a home base for your family and to help your child develop tooth-healthy habits.
We offer a variety of dental services, including:
- Diagnostic consultations, check-ups, and digital X-rays
- Preventive cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, and space maintainers
- Restorative white fillings, crowns, and root canals
- Trauma and emergency care for fractures, lacerations, and infections
- Sedation services, including laughing gas (nitrous oxide), oral, intravenous, and general anesthesia
- Preventive and interceptive orthodontic services
- Care for children with special health care needs and/or medically complex conditions