Murray Hill

35 E 38th St 1D New York, NY 10016

New Patients:
Phone: 646-722-1108


441 Clinton St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

New Patients:
Phone: 718-625-2929

E Harlem

1667 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10029

New Patients:
Phone: 212-289-4131


136 E 57th St. #1604 New York, NY 10022

New Patients:
Phone: 212-752-8181

Wellspring Dental

The Tooth Gem Trend – Are Tooth Gems Bad For Your Teeth?

Trends come and go – some which are more questionable than others. While some people have their go-to style, others like to keep up with those ever changing trends. Now most of the time, these new styles revolve around clothes, hair or makeup – but recently, a trend that has gotten some buzz are tooth…

Added on: December 28, 2022

How Often Do I Really Need To Visit The Dentist As An Adult?

As adults, we can all understand just how important the dentist is. Staying on top of your oral hygiene means avoiding unpleasant oral conditions such as cavities and gingivitis. While we can all agree that visiting the dentist is important, just how often should you go as an adult?    Some adults think it’s perfectly…

Added on: December 21, 2022

Is It Safe To Visit The Dentist While Pregnant?

If you are pregnant, congratulations! Pregnancy certainly is exciting, but it definitely comes with its fair share of life changes along the way. With so many things to look out for, include and avoid, it’s fair to ask yourself, “is it safe to go to the dentist?” – the short answer is, yes! Visiting the…

Added on: December 14, 2022

10 Signs You Need To See A Dentist

Your teeth are an essential component of day-to-day life — so as soon as something feels a little off, that’s your cue to get a professional opinion. Whether you visit the dentist bi-annually, annually, or whenever you feel like it, there are oral concerns that can pop up regardless. Now, some of the things we’re…

Added on: December 7, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Do I Really Need To Floss Every Day?

For some reason, flossing is one of those habits that can be hard to maintain. While there are individuals who pride themselves on flossing every day, there are some who keep it up occasionally and others who choose not to floss at all. We all have habits of our own, but one thing you can…

Added on: November 30, 2022

Why Won’t My Bad Breath Go Away?

We all get bad breath from time to time. Whether it’s the oh-so-pleasant morning breath or a lingering smell after a meal, we have all been there. While bad breath is common, persistent bad breath can happen to anyone too – and it is also pretty common. In fact, more than 50 percent of adults…

Added on: November 23, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Is Fluoride Good or Bad For You?

We hear a lot about fluoride – it’s in most toothpastes, and can even be found in the water we drink. Fluoride is converted from the element fluorine, which can be found within plants, soil, fresh water, sea water, the air we breathe and many foods. Needless to say, fluorine comprises much of the nature…

Added on: November 16, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

Can I Whiten My Teeth Too Much?

Teeth whitening is more accessible than ever. There are endless over-the-counter systems including strips, trays and toothpastes that make the ease of getting a bright white smile pretty tempting. But how much is too much? While the appearance of a glowing hollywood smile can insinuate you have healthy teeth, the truth is, serious damage can…

Added on: November 2, 2022

5 Tips To Curb Those Sugar Cravings

With the holidays right around the corner, deliciously tantalizing sweets are going to be popping up left and right. After a weekend of trick or treating, we will be spending the next few weeks polishing off halloween candy just in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas to arrive. The holidays are filled with tradition, and that…

Added on: October 26, 2022
Posted In: Oral Health

How Does Nitrous Oxide Sedation Work?

Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, has been used in the dental field for hundreds of years– yes, really. That being said, it’s highly trusted and very effective for making patients feel at ease during dental procedures. Nitrous oxide sedation does not actually put you to sleep, but you could compare it to the…

Added on: October 19, 2022

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