Located in the middle of Westchester County, our Scarsdale office is only 20 minutes away from Yonkers, New York. To get to our office, head northwest on Broadway in Yonkers towards Prospect Street. Merge onto Cross Country Parkway/New York State Reference Route 907K. Next, take the Bronx River Parkway to Harney Road, and then turn onto Scarsdale Avenue. Turn onto Popham Road in Scarsdale. Our office is in the same building as the Houlihan/Lawrence Real Estate Center, right across the street from Chase Bank.
Unlike dental practices with only one dentist on staff, we at Advanced Dentistry of Scarsdale provide care across a range of specialties, including periodontics, orthodontics, and prosthodontics, treating everything from basic dental problems to highly advanced issues that require the finesse of a seasoned dental professional. We are also dedicated to making the dental experience as convenient and comfortable as possible for each and every patient.
Advanced Dentistry of Scarsdale does more than complex dental restorations. We are also pleased to offer many basic dental services, including preventive care, fillings, crowns, and emergency dental treatment.
Preventive care is crucial to helping our patients to avoid dental problems. We offer preventive care instruction, deep cleanings, and even treatments like dental sealants. Our team can also design custom mouth guards for you or your kids to avoid sports injuries or damage from nighttime teeth grinding.
Cosmetic dentistry near Yonkers, NY can turn your damaged teeth into the perfect, bright white smile you have been dreaming about. Our clinicians offer teeth whitening, dental bonding, bridgework, and contouring to make your teeth shine.
Don't just live with missing teeth. Dental implants, which are false teeth anchored into your natural bone tissue with the help of small titanium posts, offer a comfortable, aesthetically pleasing alternative to other restorations.
Our in-house orthodontist, Dr. Frank Celenza, can help you to straighten your smile with the help of either traditional braces or the Invisalign system.
Our periodontists understand how to diagnose and treat gum disease effectively, halting the progression of this degenerative oral illness.
If you'd like to make an appointment or if you have any questions about our practice, contact us today, and let us help you keep your smile bright!