How can I schedule an appointment?
You can call us at (914) 967-1123 or click here for an appointment request.
Is the doctor available for emergency treatment after hours?
Yes the doctor is always available to you. Just call the regular office number and an emergency contact number will be provided for you to call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
How many dentists do you have in your office and what can you tell me about them?
Please visit our 'Meet Our Staff' link at the top of the page or click here.
I am moving, how can I have my records sent to my new dentist?
Your new dentist must submit a form and request the release of your medical record. Click here for the form.
What type of insurance do you accept?
We accept most insurance carriers. Please call us to verify if we accept your insurance carrier.
I'm a very anxious patient, what can your office do to help relax me?
We offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) which has a calming, relaxing effect on the patient. The use of nitrous allows you to remain awake and alert during the procedure and fully capable of driving yourself home after without needing to bring someone with you to drive you home.
How often should I visit the dentist?
We recommend that every adult and child be seen for routine dental care at least twice a year. However, your dentist may recommend that you be seen 3-4 times a year due to poor hygiene, orthodontics, or increased risk of gingivitis or periodontal disease.
Do you perform any oral cancer screenings?
Dr. Manning performs a comprehensive head and neck exam with every visit. We also offer an additional service called VELscope. In our experience, it is a fantastic non-invasive screening device. It aids in finding abnormalities not visible to the naked eye. To learn more, click here.
What happens if a tooth gets knocked out?
Find the tooth and hold it by the crown, not by the root. Gently rinse with warm water but do not attempt to rub or clean the tooth by any other means.
If it is a permanent tooth, you may try to reinsert the tooth back into its original position in the socket and and hold it in place with a clean cloth and call your dentist immediately. If it is your child’s baby tooth, do not reinsert it. If you cannot reinsert the permanent tooth, transport the tooth in a cup of milk, saliva, or water to the dentist immediately. Time is critical in trying to save the tooth; generally within an hour of the tooth avulsion is when we have the best chance of saving the tooth. If this occurs late at night and you are unable to reach your dentist, follow the same instructions but go to your local hospital.
What services do you provide?
Our Practice offers General Dentistry, Children's Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry and Restorative Dentistry.
What can I expect at my first visit?
During your first visit to our office, you will receive a thorough dental examination that includes X-rays and comprehensive risk assessments. Your dentist will develop a Personal Dental Care Plan based upon your immediate needs, current dental health and long-term oral health goals. This individual plan will include recommendations for cleanings, restorations and preventive treatments. Most patients will receive a cleaning at their first visit, based on the assessment and recommendation from your dentist.
Do you have patient reviews?
Please click here to see what our patients have said about us.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us at (914) 967-1123 or email us.