Midtown Manhattan Prosthodontist Uses High Technology For Single Visit Dentistry

GALLERY 57 DENTAL has updated its practice technology to provide Dental Crowns as a Single Visit In House Service to new and existing patients. Further information about Single Visit Dentistry can be found at http://gallery57dental.com/our-services/single-visit-dentistry/.

New York, United States - February 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Dental Patients Can Now Enjoy In House Service from GALLERY 57 DENTAL. GALLERY 57 DENTAL has added a new element to its practice of Prosthodontics that will allow for fast installation of dental crowns for its patients. This will benefit both new and existing patients and will provide Single Visit Dentistry for dental patients in need of a new crown.

To the delight of many, Patients Wanting Faster Delivery of Dental Crowns can now take advantage of this new offering from GALLERY 57 DENTAL. The service has been officially announced and is available now to all new and existing patients.

This update delivers a brand new dental crown in a single visit to patients that want an easier and faster way to get a new crown. GALLERY 57 DENTAL has been able to do this because of an ongoing investment in Cutting Edge Technology, State Of The Art Equipment and Software.

GALLERY 57 DENTAL is excited to unveil this latest benefit for current and new patients. Single Visit services are specifically designed to improve the experience of getting a dental crown by taking less time to fulfil the needs of Dental Patients.

When asked to provide greater insight on the subject, Dr. Robert Rawdin, PARTNER AT GALLERY 57 DENTAL said: “I love the power of this new technology to design and create perfect crowns in one sitting for our patients. It eliminates the need for impressions, temporaries and the usual wait time for manufacturing a dental crown.”

GALLERY 57 DENTAL has made a point of listening to its patients and taking feedback wherever possible. They reportedly do this because they recognize patients help their practice to thrive by providing an insight into their dental experience.

GALLERY 57 DENTAL has made it part of its mission to change the lives of patients by improving their self-image and confidence.

GALLERY 57 DENTAL is known as extremely professional with no stress, punctual appointments and great results amongst fans and patients. In the top 2% of Dentist Professionals in the United States, Dr. Robert Rawdin is immensely proud of Gallery 57 Dental which has been established since 2005.

Interested parties who would like to experience the In House Crown Service with GALLERY 57 DENTAL are encouraged to visit the website at http://www.GALLERY57DENTAL.com for full details and to get started.

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Rawdin
Organization: GALLERY 57 Dental
Address: 24 W 57th St , New York, NY 10019, United States
Phone: +1-212-246-8700

For more information, please visit https://gallery57dental.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 298830

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