Our dentists and staff form an eminent team of dental experts provides a complete range of dental treatments including dental exams, extractions, dentures, crowns, veneers, dental implants and treatments in case of dental emergency. In the past 20 years, we have become known as an Invisalign specialists in Yonkers.
Our Multi-specialty practice is the suitable environment for patients to receive skillful, coordinated, professional treatment. When you need periodontics, orthodontics or cosmetic dentistry you will receive the highest quality and patient-centered dental care from our dentists.
We have patients who would travel from all over the US and even Europe to see us. If you live in Yonkers or in the nearby areas of Scarsdale, White Plains, New Rochelle, Eastchester, Greenburgh, Mt. Vernon or Bronxville, and you’re in need of a dental care for the whole family, please consider the skilled team of Park Avenue Smiles. Our office is conveniently located in the heart of Yonkers, NY on Park Avenue, only 5 minutes drive from Saw Mill River Pkwy.
State-of-the-art family and cosmetic dentistry, Park Avenue Smiles, equipped with the most advanced technologies available in USA including the latest lasers & high precision microscopes. Our implant specialists use only the best quality medical grade titanium or titanium alloy components for dental implants.
Our dental providers are top rated, best in class dental experts specializing in different aspects of functional and aesthetic dentistry. Our providers are sited in prominent media outlets and received multiple prestigious awards for excellence in dentistry. At Park Avenue Smiles dentistry center we provide affordable and truly personalized dental care without compromise.
John Habib D.D.S.
Family & Cosmetic Dentist
Dr. John Habib is a family and cosmetic dentist. He is a gentle, patient, and caring doctor. Dr. Habib always takes the time to provide you with the best dental care possible.
He is well regarded by his patients for his thoroughness and attention to detail. Rather than being rushed, you’ll know that he is there to serve your needs.
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Farzin Farokhzadeh D.D.S.
Family, Cosmetic & Invisalign Dentist
Farzin Farokhzadeh is a family and cosmetic dentist. Dr. Farokhzadeh attended the State University of New York, Stony Brook, where he received his dental degree. Dr. Farokhzadeh runs his own dental center in Yonkers. Patients see Farokhzadeh DDS for a variety of reasons, including dental braces consultations, bridges, dental crowns, fillings, and dentures.
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Amir Sadighpour D.D.S.
Dr. Sadighpour’s early experiences as a dental patient, and the fear they created, led him to want to study family, general and cosmetic dentistry to give his patients a better experience. He vowed to make his patients comfortable, healthy, and pain-free.
Decades later, after graduating top of his class from his undergraduate program, Dr. Sadighpour fulfilled his dream by graduating with high honors from Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine.
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Yana Rosenstein, D.D.S.
Periodontist / Dental Implant Specialist
Dr. Yana Rosenstein, our residing periodontist located in Yonkers, NY, received her doctorate of dental surgery from the highly selective and prestigious SUNY Stony Brook of dental medicine.
Periodontist and leading dental implants specialists Dr. Yana Rosenstein also completed a three year post graduate program in periodontics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New jersey.
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Fadi Beydoun, D.D.S.
Periodontist / Dental Implant Specialist
Board-Certified Periodontist and Dental Implant Specialist
With nineteen years of experience, Dr. Beydoun, board-certified by the American Board of Periodontology, is renowned in New York and New Jersey for his consistently exceptional results in periodontal and dental implants surgery.
His artistic surgical technique and gentle approach to treatment, which promotes reduced recovery time, make him the first choice for many patients seeking dental implants as well as other periodontal procedures in the New York and New Jersey area.
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Natalie Farokhzadeh D.D.S.
Dr. Natalie Farokhzadeh general and family dentist graduated Hunter College in 2010 and Stony Brook University School of Dentistry in 2014.
Dr. Natalie is an avid tennis player and enjoys watching her favorite NY sports teams.
Scott M. Rothenberg, D.D.S.,M.D.
Dr. Scott Rothenberg received his doctorate in dental surgery from the university of Maryland, graduating in the top ten percent of his class. Dr. Rothenberg completed his 6 year residency program in oral and maxillofacial surgery at The New York University medical center and Bellevue hospital. He earned his medical degree from New York University school of medicine.
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Biannual Checkups at the Park Avenue Smiles
You might view your biannual checkups at our dental center as just something you have to do to keep your teeth and gums looking their best. While this is true, there are lots of tips that can help you gain the maximum benefit out of every trip to our dental office, and which can help you gain additional understanding of how your oral health works.
Whenever you visit Park Avenue Smiles it’s important to let us know about any changes to your oral health or to your overall health. For example, it could be that you’ve begun to experience increased sensitivity in certain teeth or in your gums, or you may think you have developed a new cavity. Although it’s likely your dentist will pick up any symptoms during your checkup it’s still best to mention them as this will help ensure they are picked up early on and can be treated with the minimum of fuss.
If your physician has prescribed any new medications then make sure you tell our dentist about these changes. This is because certain medications can affect your dental treatment and general oral health, and if your dentist knows about these changes then they can tailor your dental care to make sure you obtain maximum benefit and protection.
Types of Checkups That Our Dentists Provide
There are two different types of checkups that your dentist can provide, and the first is a comprehensive examination that has to be carried out whenever you change dentists.
During a comprehensive examination your dentist will thoroughly examine the inside of your mouth which includes your teeth, gums, tongue and the inside of your cheeks and the roof and base of your mouth. Our dentists will also screen your mouth for any signs of oral cancer. When you first visit a new dentist it’s often necessary to take dental x-rays in order to gain a fuller understanding of your overall dental health. We also want to take down a record of your dental and general health and this is used to plan your dental care.
A standard dental checkup is usually carried out every six months. It’s possible our dentist at the Cosmetic Dentistry Center may recommend more frequent checkups if you have certain oral conditions that could benefit from closer monitoring.
During a standard dental check up our dentist will thoroughly check the inside of your mouth, including your teeth and gums, and will periodically carry out a screening for oral cancer.
Professional Dental Cleaning
A dental prophylaxis or professional dental cleaning is an important part of every checkup. Our dentists recommend allocating at least an hour for this procedure. On average, it takes at least half an hour depending on your level of oral health.
Professional cleanings are essential for removing hardened plaque before it can cause cavities and gum disease, and this treatment is often carried out by a dental hygienist.
You’ll find your hygienist is also able to provide you with customized advice on how to look after your teeth and gums at home. This advice can be invaluable and you’ll find they are more than happy to provide it, including demonstrations of how to brush and floss correctly.
The best way to gain the most out of every dental visit is to make sure you communicate with our leading dentist and hygienist. We are there to help you maintain a healthy smile, hopefully for life.
Park Avenue Smiles is located in the heart of Yonkers, New York. We provide unique, unparalleled dentistry expertise and newest technology in all aspects of family, cosmetic and restorative dental care. We are dedicated to providing patients with the highest dental care and the best aesthetic results.
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Family Dentistry
- General Dentistry
- Restorative Dentistry
At our dentistry center we offer treatments to a wide variety of dental conditions including:
- Tooth or jaw pain
- Tooth decay
- Broken or cracked tooth
- Uneven or overlapping teeth
- Broken dentures
Treatments and Procedures
The most common treatments and procedures performed in our dentistry center are:
- Invisalign for adults and teens
- Dental implants
- Tooth fillings
- Tooth extractions
Cosmetic Dentistry Services
Our cosmetic dentists can change the appearance of your smile slightly or to remodel it entirely. The choice is yours! It all depends on whether you wish to subtly enhance the appearance of your smile or change it completely. Some of the common services we provide include eliminating unsightly gaps in between teeth, hiding teeth that have become chipped, cracked, worn down or discolored, and straightening teeth that are misaligned and overcrowded. Cosmetic dentists can also replace teeth that are missing entirely.
Our dentist can provide different levels of sedation so dental treatment can be tailored to ensure you always feel comfortable. This option can be very useful if you need extensive and lengthy treatment to restore dental health. Dentists can complete more work during a single appointment because you will feel so deeply relaxed and more easily able to cope with dental fear.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a dentist do?
Dentists are tooth practitioners who are specifically trained to remove tooth decay, fill cavities, and repair fractured teeth. Dental specialists manage issues with patients’ gums, teeth, and other parts of the mouth as well. Broadly speaking, dentists are tooth practitioners who specialize in oral health and their responsibilities entail:
- Diagnosis of oral issues
- Preparation of treatment plans to maintain or restore oral health
- Interpretation of X-rays
- Management of oral trauma and emergency situations
How to find a dentist in Yonkers?
Your best bet would be to find a dentist who will offer the highest caliber of quality service and listen to all your concerns. It would also be a great idea to search for a dental specialist who has extensive experience in the field of dentistry. Do not hesitate to contact your friends or relatives for their recommendations.
How to choose the right dentist?
The process of finding the perfect dentists in Yonkers can be quite challenging as there are numerous tooth practitioners with their own locations, hours, and specifications. One of your options could be to make a selection of doctors and make appointments with them. During these appointments, it is strongly recommended to ask questions about the dentist’s clinical experience and training, especially when it comes to the procedure you require. You should also prioritize a dentist who is available for emergency situations. When deciding on the tooth specialist, do not forget to clarify whether he/she accepts your dental insurance.
Which exceptional skills do our Yonkers dentists possess?
Our board-certified dentists provide a full range of dental treatments. They have been known for offering the highest caliber of quality, professionalism, and attentiveness on the market. We are proud to be among a few clinics that have patients traveling from all over Europe and the US to see our best-in-class dental practitioners.
How often should you make dentist appointments?
Some people underestimate the importance of regular dental checkups. However, it is strongly recommended to visit a dentist every six months. This should be done for the purpose of preventing cavities and other dental issues. Depending on your individual oral health needs, you might need to see your tooth specialist more frequently. By skipping these appointments, you create an ideal environment for bacteria to flourish and attack your teeth and gums. In the long-run, this can potentially lead to tooth decay, which requires extensive restorations.