NYC Dentist | Family Dentistry Manhattan | No Limits Dental

pin140 West 58th Street Suite 6
New York, New York 10019
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No Limits Dental

We offer convenient office hours to cater to patients who have busy weekday schedules, which includes early morning and late evening appointments.


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Dentistry is always evolving and as with most new technology, it has taken on the task of becoming more "green." In the past, radiographs (or X-rays) required many chemicals and exposed patients to much more radiation; silver fillings contained mercury.


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Good home care and oral hygiene is most important to maintain dental work and a healthy smile. Unfortunately most people do not know how to properly maintain good oral hygiene, leading to cavities and periodontal disease. We try our best to set our patients up for dental success.


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. We are naturally exposed to radiation in our environment. To put it into perspective, the amount of radiation a patient receives from a "full mouth series" or 18 radiographs is similar to the amount of radiation people receive from a cross country flight. We have also limited the amount of radiation our patients receive through the use of digital imaging which traditionally uses less radiation than standard film X-rays.


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A comprehensive dental exam is completed by your dentist during your initial visit. The dentist will look inside your mouth and evaluate the condition of your teeth, gums, bone and previous dental work done (fillings, crowns, etc.) otherwise be undetected during a clinical exam. Dental X-rays are also important to form an accurate treatment plan.


The Clear Alternative to Braces

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Straight teeth are not only important for esthetics, but also for good oral hygiene. Mal-aligned teeth are more difficult to clean, can lead to periodontal disease, heart disease, joint pain in the jaw and teeth are subject to more chipping and wear. To preserve and improve your healthy smile, ask one of our dentists if invisalign is right for you.


At No Limits Dental we strive to educate our patients and create a stress-free atmosphere where patients feel comfortable seeing our dentists. We are happy to make any possible accommodations for our patients to put them at ease and make patient satisfaction a priority.


Tooth Whitening

Everyone wants a healthier whiter smile. After your cleaning and exam, talk to your dentist about the possibility of whitening your teeth. There are some factors to consider before whitening your teeth:
- After in office whitening your teeth are more porous and are more susceptible to picking up stains, therefore it is important to refrain from ingesting wine, coffee, tea or anything else that might stain your teeth for at least 3 days.
- Tooth sensitivity is a common reaction a few days after tooth whitening.
- It's important to understand that results do vary. Some stains are easier to remove than others.


White Fillings

The days of requiring silver fillings are gone. Our office restores teeth with only white colored fillings. White fillings have the best results with patients who have healthy gums. Healthy gums do not bleed when brushing and flossing. After receiving your white fillings it is important to maintain them by brushing and flossing well, otherwise more cavities will develop over time.


Porcelain and Ceramic Crowns (caps)

Sometimes a crown or a cap is necessary to restore your tooth to better protect your tooth and to provide a longer lasting restoration. We provide metal free crowns which have a more natural appearance and are easier to clean compared to metal crowns with white porcelain on top. Crowns are typically durable and last longer than fillings, however may still need to be replaced depending on your oral hygeine and care.

How to Find the Right Dentist for You

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140 West 58th Street Suite 6
New York, New York 10019.
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