Dentist Schenectady, NY | Implants | Emergency Dentistry

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Serving Capital Region New York

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1740 Union Street Schenectady, NY 12309

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Welcome to Union Street Dentistry

Family & Emergency Dentist Serving Albany & Schenectady, NY

At Union Street Dentistry, we aim to provide complete dental care to the community of Schenectady and the surrounding areas. We work with most insurances, have convenient hours, and even offer promotions, senior discounts and military discounts. 

If you need general dentistry services, call to schedule an appointment today for your next cleaning. We provide aesthetic dental services such as teeth whitening. You can also rely on our emergency dental services for dental implants, root canals, dental crowns, and more. If you’re in need of family dentistry, look no further than Union Street Dentistry in Schenectady, NY. We also provide emergency dental services to Albany and surrounding areas, and walk-ins are welcome!

Dentist in Union Street Dentistry

Dentist in
Albany & Schenectady, NY

Union Street Dentistry is a very comprehensive type of medical practice that provides you with the best in services and facilities. It is a great place for the individuals who are looking for a long term or short term arrangement with a dentist and for the families who have a family member requiring a significant visit. The availability of skilled dentists enables them to be treated at the best level possible and the availability of advanced dental treatment ensures that they receive the best that New York has to offer. The services offered are highly specialized and ensure that the individuals and families are treated with care and respect. The various types of treatments offered are dental implants, sedation dentistry, laser dentistry, orthodontics, full-service dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, bonding, dental surgery, and much more.
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family dentistry

In Union Street Dentistry, there are no limits to what your teeth can accomplish. Your smile can be transformed into a brand new you, with services offered that will make you feel confident about your smile and how it looks. You can benefit from services such as teeth whitening, which can remove years of stains and bring bright white teeth to light. You can also benefit from services such as porcelain veneers, which will give your teeth the appearance of more teeth than are present on your mouth while restoring facial features and increasing bite. You can have crowns or bridges placed, or simple procedures done to enhance your smile and improve your self-esteem.
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Emergency dentistry

Implant dentistry is the science of placing and creating dental implants to replace missing teeth or restore chewing function in the mouth. An implant is surgically placed into the bone mass of the jaw. It is usually designed to fuse with surrounding bones and to fuse securely. In some cases, tooth roots may have to be integrated with the implant. We involves the art of creating artificial teeth using traditional surgical and prosthetic technologies. We can also use traditional prosthetics like dentures, bridges, crowns, and veneers. Our dentists perform cosmetic dental implants to treat patients who need simple dentures or bridges to correct problems with missing teeth or improperly placed teeth.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Patients with diseases such as diabetes or autoimmune diseases may need to avoid using dental implants until they recover from their illnesses.The success of an implant dentistry depends on the skill of the dentist and the prosthetic. Our dentists  properly diagnose the patient before performing any implant procedures. Patients with diseases like diabetes or autoimmune diseases may not be eligible for dental implants. Similarly, patients using artificial gum to replace missing teeth should also be carefully reviewed by an implant specialist. Patients who chew gum to ease the pain and relive discomfort between bites should also be considered