Levy Dental Arts offers a full range of restorative dental services for addressing teeth that are damaged or missing and restoring a functional smile. Dr. Uri Levy holds over 33 years of experience and remains one of New York City's most outstanding general and cosmetic dentists. Well known for his high-quality dental restorations, Levy Dental Arts provides full services for dental implants, ensuring consistency of care and a great result.
Whether you need to replace a full arch of missing teeth or repair minor tooth damage, restorative dentistry is the foundation of a lifelong functional smile. Levy Dental Arts will not only restore the aesthetics of your natural smile but take the time to evaluate your dental health and look for any underlying problems that should be addressed for a lasting result.
Our dental clinic welcomes new patients from Midtown Manhattan, New York, Northern New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and surrounding communities.
Levy Dental Arts has a history of providing the highest possible standard of care with the highest level of esthetic and reconstructive dentistry. Whether you are looking for a cosmetic dentist or family dentist, we strive to exceed our patients' expectations. Our team of doctors is made up of leaders in dental education, internationally renowned lecturers, and developers of cutting-edge research.
Selecting a Dental Clinic with skilled dentists in Midtown Manhattan can be a challenge. Our dental clinic stands apart in our skill level and state-of-the-art techniques. Our mission is to educate our patients about all of their oral health care options and to help guide them to choose a treatment plan that is most suitable and appropriate for their needs.
Dentures are fake teeth and gums that a cosmetic dentist creates to replace lost or missing natural teeth. Some patients require full dentures, while others may only have a few teeth missing and will only require partial dentures.
Tooth loss can result from many underlying issues, such as severe periodontal disease, traumatic injury, or tooth decay. No matter what the reason for requiring dentures, it is essential that any missing teeth are replaced. If not, over time, your remaining teeth will begin to shift, and this can cause issues with your bite that can lead to even more severe problems.
Today’s dentures are typically made of a hard resin that will be custom created for you to look just like natural teeth. However, it is important to care for your dentures properly to prevent them from chipping or cracking as they will often be more fragile than natural teeth. Because of this, dentures will need to be replaced every several years