Your Dentist in New York
Svetlana Yampolsky, DDS
19 West 34th Street #1201Voice: 212-564-6686
New York, NY 10001
You'll find the most up-to-date dental equipment at Dr. Yampolsky's office. From state-of-the-art sterilization procedures to intraoral cameras that let you see exactly what Dr. Yampolsky sees, you'll get the advanced care you deserve. Our panoramic X-ray creates a 180 degree image of your entire mouth in a single X-ray. Computerized scheduling lets you make appointments right from the dental chair:
Dental Laser offers an extensive range of totally sterile procedures with absence of drilling noises and vibration. Laser treatment is faster, more precise, has little or no pain and better healing.
"Drill-less" Air Abrasion Dentistry
Air abrasion is a process in which a special handpiece removes decay by propelling a stream of clean dry air mixed with tiny abrasive particles onto the surface of the tooth. It is most effectively used for removal of small discoloration and stains, and repair or replacement of small fillings. It can be used to expose hidden cavities, which we can then remove and restore with a filling material.
Low-Dose Digital X-Rays for Decreased Radiation Exposure:
Digital x-rays use up to 90% less radiation than conventional film x-rays. That is safer and healthier for you and all the dental staff. Digital x-ray allow dentist to detect decay early, helping to keep your mouth healthy.
In addition, like digital cameras, digital x-rays provide instant images; so the dentist can show you x-rays on the screen, and discuss your treatment plan with you.
Our office uses the latest technology for digital radiography, which is rapidly becoming the standard of care in most high-tech, high-profile dental practices. Not only are the instant, computer-generated x-ray images impressive, they reduce your exposure to radiation and are good for the environment (no more processing chemicals)
Out intraoral camera allows you to see inside your mouth, letting you see what the dentist can see. The image is taken inside the mouth and then magnified onto a computer screen. It allows us to see all the little cracks and cavities otherwise not noticeable to the eye.
Cosmetic imaging provides you with the ability to preview your new smile. It will create before and after images of your new look, so that you could visualize the changes before the treatment is started. It can digitally show you how you would look after whitening or straightening your teeth.
The Wand® Computer-Regulated Anesthesia
A computer controlled anesthesia delivery system for painless dentistry.
Virtual-Reality Goggles For Meditation or Movie Watching
Whether you choose to view a meditation video or watch a movie, these comfortable glasses make it seem as if you're right in the film!
Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten teeth using a series of custom-made, nearly undetectable aligners. And it's been proven effective in both clinical research and in practices nationwide. So whether your teeth are crowded, too far apart or have shifted since wearing braces, you'll have a new reason to smile.
The latest technology makes it possible. Upon an initial examination, your doctor decides if Invisalign is right for you. Your doctor will write a treatment plan and take an impression of your teeth, which are submitted to Invisalign. Using the latest advances in 3-D computer technology, Invisalign carefully translates your doctor's instructions into a series of precisely customized aligners. You then wear each set of aligners for about two weeks, moving your teeth, gradually--week by week, millimeter by millimeter--until you're achieved the intended result: straighter teeth. Generally, you visit your doctor no more often then you would with braces and the length of treatment is about the same.
Space Age Titanium Implants
Restoring your mouth with a dental implant is accomplished in two phases. The first phase of the procedure is the surgical placement of the implant. It's under the gums for several months while the bond attaches to it. After healing, the second phase begins. The implant is re-exposed and your new crown is made.
The First Phase: For the surgical placement of the implant, your mouth will be thoroughly numbed. An incision is made in your gums, and a channel is made in the bone to receive the implant. After the implant is snugly in place, the gums are closed over the implant with a stitch or two. Over the course of the next few months, the implant becomes securtely attached to the bone.
The Second Phase: The second phase starts with surgical re-exposure of the implant. Another incision is made in your gums, and a small extension is placed to bring it above the gumline. We then make your new crown.
In some circumstances, your implant and crown can be placed at the same time.
The success of your implant depnds on your care of the implant at home, and our support through regular checkups and cleanings here in our office.
Our office strictly adheres to the Guidelines and Standards set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as well as the Center fore Disease Control (CDC) and the American Dental Association (ADA). After each patient, all surfaces are cleaned with sterilizing agents. All dental hand pieces and instruments are heat sterilized after each patient and kept bagged until opened in the treatment room, just before they are used for you.