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Welcome to Dr. Feinberg's office: a distinctive and one of a kind dental practice!

The purpose of this web site is to offer patients the opportunity to learn more about options in dentistry rarely offered anywhere else. Learn more about:
Dr. Feinberg has a totally unique approach to dentistry. His philosophy encompasses Your Total Oral Health. You will be examined and treated, in a very personal and professional manner, always keeping each of the following in mind:

    Healthy teeth after restorative dentistry
  • Health
  • Longevity
  • Cosmetics
  • Patient Comfort

The mission of Dr. Feinberg is to "Educate" patients and colleagues alike, about the options and the techniques available for all types of dental issues.

These techniques have allowed patients to enjoy restorations for 15 to 20 years without having to replace them.

Our office will provide you, the patient, unsurpassed fully custom designed dental work completed in our own private, fully-equipped, in-office laboratory.

Our office specializes in providing patients with evidence-based precision dentistry.  The techniques we use for crown and bridgework, precision attachments, and implants have an incredible percentage of success which is documented in a library of over 100,000 slides, digital pictures and follow-up X-Rays taken during the last 50 years.  The purpose of dental restorations is to prevent patients from losing their teeth.  Successful dentistry lasts for many years in health, provides comfort and function, improves esthetic appearance and includes a contingency plan in the event that something goes wrong.  Our dentistry is created on sound engineering principles designed to prevent recurrent decay and periodontal problems.  All of the dies, models and set-ups are fabricated in our in-office laboratory.  The Doctor personally hand-carves each restoration to ideal shape and form according to a proven step-by-step technique. Great care is taken to ensure perfection and patient comfort throughout the entire process. As a result, a high percentage of our patients wear dentistry in excess of 20 years.

The American Dental Association defines the term "evidence-based dentistry" as follows:
Evidenced-based dentistry (EBD) is an approach to oral health care that requires the judicious integration of systemic assessments of clinically relevant scientific evidence, relating to the patient's oral and medical condition and history, with the dentist's clinical expertise and the patient's treatment needs and preferences.

Because of our unique approach to Restorative Dentistry, we have the ability to offer treatment options that may not be available elsewhere:

Salvaging “Hopeless” Teeth.  Because we use a 3-dimensional approach that prepares the tooth, the  gum and the  bone  to receive ideal dentistry, we are often able to salvage teeth that do not have tooth structure above the gum.  Usually this is done without the use of posts. We prefer to save the patient’s own teeth whenever possible and use implants as a last resort. (Learn More...)

Resotring teeth without implants

Precision Attachment Partial Dentures: We specialize in removable partial dentures that contain no hooks or clasps.  Our precision attachment cases are worn 24 hours a day and no one can tell that they are wearing removable bridgework.  They require very little maintenance and do not need denture paste or powder. The documented evidence shows that these cases last longer than fixed bridgework cases—even when they are made on teeth with inadequate roots and bone! (Learn More... )

Restoration on precision attachment partical dentures

Precision Attachment Cases on Implants: (Fixed bridgework in the front, removable bridgework in the back). We have been restoring cases with implants since they first came to this country in the 1980’s; and we have been making precision attachment cases successfully on implants for the last 14 years.  A great precision attachment case can be made on as few as 3 implants placed in the front of the mouth—avoiding the difficult anatomy and complications associated with placing implants in the back of the mouth.

Implants are particularly important for restoring the lower arch.  The worst restoration in dentistry is a lower denture because the muscles of the tongue and cheek continually dislodge the denture.(Learn More...)

Fixed bridgework in the front and removable bridgeowork in the back

Office Location: Edward Feinberg, DMD
14 Harwood Court. Suite 322
Scarsdale, New York 10583

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