Mount Sinai Department of Dentistry
The Mount Sinai Department of Dentistry provides affordable dental care to New Yorkers of all ages. We offer general, specialty, and emergency services. We want to be your “dental home” – a friendly, comfortable place where you come for preventative and ongoing dental care.
As part of one of the nation’s top teaching and research hospitals, we have an internationally recognized staff. This includes dental professors, researchers, and advanced students. When our dental students treat patients, they are under the close supervision of experienced dentists.
We offer a full array of state-of-the-art dental and oral health services. We have extensive experience with:
- Dental implants
- Gum disease
- Jaw surgery
- Orthodontic services (treating dental and facial irregularities)
- Restorative and cosmetic dentistry (including chipped teeth)
- Root canals
- Routine exams and cleanings
If you have pain in your jaw and the muscles surrounding it, you might have temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). Our TMJ Program is internationally acclaimed. We generally see patients with appointments, but we can also help with dental emergencies. If you have complex health care needs, we can consult with experts in other specialties at Mount Sinai. That way, we can develop a treatment plan designed to give you the best possible care.
We offer a variety of dental services for people of all ages:
- Dental hygiene
- Dental implants
- Endodontics (root canal therapy)
- Facial fractures/facial trauma
- Facial reconstruction
- General dentistry (adults and children)
- Dentistry under general anesthesia and intravenous sedation
- Orofacial pain therapy
- Oral and maxillofacial surgery (extractions, wisdom teeth, and bone grafts)
- Orthodontics (correcting dental and facial irregularities)
- Orthognathic (jaw) surgery
- Periodontics (treating diseases of the gum and supporting tissues)
- Post-oral cancer therapy
- Prosthodontics (restoring natural teeth or replacing missing teeth)
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) treatment
When you call, we should be able to give you an appointment within two weeks. If necessary, we do have some emergency walk-in hours.