Contact our office in Long Island City, NY

Have any questions?

 

There are multiple ways to get in touch with a human at our dental office.

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Book your appointment online

You can book an appointment online with one of our dentists in long island city.

It books in real time because it reads and writes into our practice management system.

Just so that you know, the weekend appointments tend to book out first so they tend to be farther out!

Give us a call

If you need to talk to a human, give us a call and one of our dental staff can help answer all of your questions.

It can be about making an appointment, verifying insurance eligibility, or questions about dental services with our long island city dentists!

Hours:

Mon-Fri: 9AM - 6PM

Sat: 9AM - 3PM

Send an email

If you're shy, that's okay! You can always send us an email and one of our dental staff at our long island city office will get back to you!

We typically do like to verify your dental insurance ahead of time via email. Please take a photo of the front and back of it. you should also include your date of birth as well as the subscriber's name and date of birth.

Our LIC dentists are in-network with most of the PPO insurances.

Come meet us in person

You can always walk-in and say hi to your new dentist in long island city! We can help you make your appointment and check your insurance on the spot.

Just to be clear, we are NOT a walk-in clinic because we typically have appointments booked already. If we happen to have a same day appointment, we can accommodate you.

If you were looking for a place that lets you put your name down on a first come first serve basis, this isn't that type of place. We can't make our patients who have an existing appointment wait even if you walk-in before them.

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Questions about our Library of Oral Health Info?

Please contact us via email for all inquiries related to our library of oral health information.

We do NOT do virtual consultations. All information on there is purely informational and should not be construed as medical advice. The purpose is to encourage you to seek IN-PERSON care with a dental professional.

99.99% of dental conditions require in-person intervention by a dentist.