At Central Park Dental Aesthetics, we specialize in prosthodontics and periodontics. Our mission is the prevention of dental disease and to create smiles that function optimally and look their very best.
The health and appearance of your smile can impact both your overall well-being as well as your outlook. As a practice that strives for dental excellence, Central Park Dental Aesthetics is at the forefront of the most advanced dental technology and treatment modalities available today. Our commitment to providing the highest level of dental services is demonstrated by the exemplary patient care that we provide, which is only exceeded by the outstanding treatment results that we achieve!
You can rest assured at Central Park Dental Aesthetics that your smile is in the very best of hands! As a member of the American College of Prosthodontics, Dr. Tammy Chen is extremely knowledgeable as well as experienced in all phases of dentistry and has advanced expertise in cosmetic, reconstructive, and implant dentistry.
Please browse through our website to learn more about our office and the services offered at Central Park Dental Aesthetics. If you are looking for a Midtown Manhattan Dentist, feel free to call us for any additional information that you may need or to schedule an appointment.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Prosthodontists are often called upon to treat the most difficult restorative and challenging cosmetic dental cases. Sometimes these cases involve multiple procedures to address complex dental problems that are affecting an individual’s entire occlusion. The term “full mouth reconstruction” is applied to these situations. Read More
In the past decade there has been a dramatic interest in cosmetic dentistry. We all realize that having a healthy, bright, beautiful smile enhances our appearance and allows us to smile with confidence. Thanks to the advances in modern cosmetic dentistry, we are abel to improve our teeth and smiles with quick, painless and surprisingly affordable treatments. Read More
Saving Failing Implants
Dental implants, like natural teeth, are at risk of becoming infected from a whole range of bacteria that reside within the oral cavity resulting in a serious and potentially devastating form of gum disease known as peri-implant mucositis or a more severe form, which is known as peri-implantitis when there is loss of bone around the implant. Read More