Does Your Dentist’s Office Look Like This?

Tribeca Dental Studio knows what you want from a dentist’s office—after all, founder Nina Izhaky, DDS, is a Tribecan herself.

••• When you enter Tribeca Dental Studio’s stylish facility, you might think you’re in the lobby of a chic condominium building. Patients’ comfort is paramount: There are TVs above every examination chair, with headphones (you can choose just music, if you prefer). The doctors and hygienists use the TVs to display x-rays or to show you before-and-after views of your teeth.

••• Tribeca Dental Studio wants to make your visit as easy and convenient as possible. You can schedule appointments online, and there are Saturday hours—and the website even has an “Ask the Dentist” feature for when you just have a quick question. Moreover, the TDS team includes experts in pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics, oral surgery, and cosmetic dentistry—so you don’t have to run all over town.

••• The office has a dedicated children’s area downstairs (see below)—complete with a waiting area stocked with toys and examination rooms decorated with kids in mind. You can even make simultaneous appointments for you and your kids.

••• All technology is state of the art, so you and your family can expect the highest standard of care, provided by top specialists in their fields. Everything is done with an eye toward being environmentally conscious—that means no mercury, silver, or lead, and of course the safest possible X-rays. There are no paper charts; Tribeca Dental Studio is entirely digital.

••• To that end, Tribeca Dental Studio is partnering with StemSave, a company that banks stem cells for use later in life to help treat diabetes, osteoporosis, Crohn’s disease, spinal cord injuries, and much more. Many people don’t realize that stem cells exist beyond the umbilical cord—they’re also in the tissue inside baby teeth, permanent teeth, and wisdom teeth. If a tooth has to be extracted, you can make sure the stem cells aren’t lost. Stem cells, with the unique ability to regenerate and differentiate, are the body’s repair and maintenance cells: They fight disease, repair injury, and work to keep you in good health. Banking them is a small decision today that could have a monumental impact tomorrow.

Tribeca Dental Studio is at 54 Warren (between W. Broadway and Church), 212-561-5303;

Sponsored by Tribeca Dental Studio.


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