399 East 72nd Street Suite 1A
Between First and York Avenues
New York, NY 10021
(212) 988-8822
(212) 988-8858 Fax

   Simon W Rosenberg, DMD

Prosthodontics and Cosmetic Dentistry
The Center for High Tech Dentistry
"Improving Smiles One Patient at a Time
Using High Tech with a Gentle Touch

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  • Are you looking for a job?
  • Do you want to, or have to, change jobs or career?
  • Will you need to appear at an interview?
  • Will your chances to get that job improve,
         by improving your smile?


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We use "High Technology Dentistry with a Gentle Approach" with all of our patients.  

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  • I hear from many of my patients that a bright, pleasing smile gives them more confidence. They tell my staff and I that a great smile as an edge for holding onto their jobs in tough economic times 
  • If you are unemployed, or just looking at job alternatives, Your Smile is crucial to make you stand out in an interview!
  • I am sure you know that a job applicant with an attractive smile is more likely to get hired than someone who’s in need of a smile makeover.  
  • A unattractive smile often gets interpreted as either a lack of intelligence or as a person who doesn’t care about themselves. 
  • In a job interview, you are selling yourself and your capabilities. The interviewer is looking for someone who can not only do the job, but who will reflect on them as having made a good choice. One interviewer may overlook a “less than great” smile, but they have to sell you to the rest of the team and your smile will affect how these other crudial people in your interview process see you. 
  • In addition, smiles reduce stress on and off the job, while frowns increase stress. There is a physical explanation for this -- It takes only 17 muscles to smile and 43 muscles to frown, so that the frown may look like aggretion rather than a way you cover up your undisireable smile. 
  • If you cover your mouth with your hand as you talk, it makes it harder for the other person to understand you, and it gives the “wrong” message that you are hiding something more important than your teeth. 

    Your smile improvement may be a simple as a routine examination to check for decay, gum disease, sources of bad breath, etc., appropriate x-rays (if needed) and a regular cleaning (dental prophylaxis).

    We also can provide deep scaling, root planing and CavitJet (a harmless bicarbonate, air and water spray for) stain removal.

    For others who require restorations, we offer replacement of discolored or metal fillings with either white, tooth-colored composite fillings or precision-milled porcelain CEREC same-day crowns, onlays and veneers.

    We also offer Invisalign for nearly invisible orthodontic alignment of teeth without braces.

    We feature:
  • Snap Digital Imaging Software so we can take a photo of your smile and show you the options of how you would look with bleaching or a Smile Makeover,
  • CEREC CAD/CAM Crowns, Onlays and Veneers that are made from the closest thing to natural enamel (fractory-manufactured porcelain) that is precision-milled right in our office,
  • Custom Staining and Glazing of Porcelain  in our office to most closely match adjacent teeth and have the most natural tooth-like appearance,
  • A Wide Range of Teeth Bleaching Options, including:
    • · Zoom II! Light-assisted Power Bleaching,
    • · Opalescent's Booster (no light -- chemistry only) in-office Power Bleaching, and
    • · Custom Tray at-home bleaching for those with recession or a history of severe sensitivity to bleaching techniques of the past,
  • Biolase Waterlase MD Laser Dentistry for No-Dril, No-Shot, No-Pain dental restorations and non-surgical periodontal treatment (where appropriate),
  • Arestin (doxycycline) that is delivered by micro-spheres that are gently placed between the gum and receded tooth root to heal bony periodontal pockets and provide non-surgical peridontal treatment (where appropriate),
  • Nordstroms or Ritz Carlton approach to patient-centric gentle and supportive dental care. 


  • You can request either:
    • Brief (Free) 15-minute Get-Acquainted Consultation or
    • Full Comprehensive Evaluation,
  • by Calling us at (212) 988-8822 or
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I look forward to meeting you, and seeing how we can help
you smile all the way to your next job interview.

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