Eco Dental NY

#1 Dentist in Brooklyn

Dental Implants

Our experienced team of dentists in Brooklyn has been serving the local community for more than 20 years

Our Advantages

Accepting Insurance Cards

Using Innovative Technology

Guarantee Success of Treatments

New York Certified Dentist Doctors

Your smile in 4 steps

Your smile is important to us!

1

Your call

2

Make an appointment

3

Problem analysis

4

Fix and smile

Testimonial

Went in to have a broken crown fixed and also have a cleaning...
They had me fixed up, cleaned and out the door 90 minutes later with a great new smile....
They're efficient and are a super talented team!!!!
Georgette Richards
Fitness Model

Pricing Plans

Go with your right one

Dental Implants

$899

starting at
  • Consultation
  • X-ray
  • Placing implant

Cosmetic Crown

$699

starting at
  • Consultation
  • X-ray
  • Crown

Teeth Whitening

$350

Per session
  • Consultation
  • Cleaning
  • Whitening

Natalia Blazhkevich

Dentist, Cosmetic Dentist

Our Experienced And Compassionate Doctors

The Faces Behind Our Success

Innovative technology

& certified dentists

We are a highly motivated team, all with very individual qualities and experience, and a high standard of patient care.

ECO Dental NY

Certified Dentist in Brooklyn 11229

With over 20 years of dental experience and experience with implants, we are experts in all facets of dentistry.

Are you self-conscious about your smile? Does it stop you from socializing and push you to the corners of self-doubt? You may stop worrying now – we are here to help.

With years of professional training and expertise we can handle any dental situation. In our one-stop-clinic you may leave all your dental fears behind and enjoy the work of our highly skilled dental specialists. We have successfully handled cases similar to yours and will be happy to assist you get that smile you have been dreaming of.

Have you recently got a missing tooth, or want to prevent a weak tooth from damage in the future, or want to repair a broken tooth? Then you should get dental crowns.

Before you can get a dental crown, we need to figure out the dental issue to find out if you are the right person for the procedure. We can find out through several tests, all done in our clinic.

So Many Options!

Crowns are made from a big selection of materials such as Porcelain and Zirconia, but you have a lot more options to pick from. We can lecture you on the many types of materials and the ones for your budget and the issue you are facing. When choosing the right material for your crown durability is also an important factor. By the end of your visit you will understand what kind of crown you need.

So Fast!

We make sure the procedure of fixing the crown only takes two appointments. The day we determine the treatment is needed, we start the procedure. At the end of your first visit an assistant will take an impression of your tooth and come up with a custom crown for your teeth.

By far and large dental filling is the fastest dental procedure aimed at restoring tooth damaged by decay through cleaning the damaged area and sealing the space with the filling to prevent the bacteria growth and further decay.

There are various types of fillings addressing specific issues, like a size of a gap needing to be filled. There are other things to consider, like durability of the material, its quality and cost vs. quality ratio. Our team of experts always tends to find the best compromise to make the filling last 15 years and more.

If you wish to enhance the quality of your smile fast, the best option is porcelain veneers which improve the natural color, the size and the shape of your teeth and made from a durable porcelain ensure a pearly smile resistant to stains. We opt for porcelain veneers also because the material is very similar to that of the natural teeth making it an excellent choice.

Despite the fact that fitting the porcelain veneers is a very delicate procedure, we have all the expertise and training to ensure your satisfaction! Still in doubts, please check out our before and after photos.

Having pearly white teeth is not beyond reach! Depending on various factors, like genetics, smoking habits, drinking beverages our teeth can be affected by stains. Teeth whitening and bleaching procedures effortlessly remove stains and restore your teeth to their natural white shine. We have the right qualifications and expertise to safely conduct the procedure individually tailored to your dental needs.

We offer a few whitening options, including options for sensitive teeth which require a different approach and do not need a traditional whitening treatment. Family packages are also available.  Call us today to discuss more options for you!

Dental implant is a very significant dental procedure of replacing a missing tooth which affects your physical, emotional and financial health. That is why our team of professionals with years of expertise and ongoing training aims to get it right the very first time.

We use the latest tools and technologies available in the industry from the specialized computer-guided software and intra-oral cameral and panoramic ex-rays to single-visit restorations for long-lasting, functional and beautiful results.

Apart from the regular scheduled procedures we also perform emergency services aiming to attend to the affected area and provide immediate pain management. We act fast and use the right diagnostic tools to deal with a variety of emergency dental situations, like dental abscesses, knocked-out, cracked or chipped teeth as well as a lost filling or crown.

Our immediate goal is to make you feel comfortable and pain-free and attend to the issue in a timely fashion. Same-day and walk-in emergency appointments are available.

At some point in time we all have experienced a severe tooth ache, sensitivity to sweets, drinks and foods of varying temperatures. Root canal might be an answer to those issues. Despite the fact that the root canal procedure is not very appealing it could be the optimal solution to your discomfort.

Over years the root canal treatment has evolved and with the application of new technologies, it has become minimally painful and far less uncomfortable than the one you can experience from the decaying tooth.

We take a thorough examination of the affected area before we recommend a root canal procedure and discuss all the options available to treat the issue.

It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics to schedule the first dental visit within six months from the presence of the first tooth followed by regular dental visits to establish and promote child’s dental habits aimed at prevention and early detection of tooth decay.

Early detection is essential to maintain the oral health and treat the issues as soon and as simple as possible.

Have a question that is not answered below? Feel free to give us a call and ask!

FAQ

Yes. We kindly advise to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to fill out a New Patient Form.

Please bring the following documents to your first appointment:

  • Personal identification (driver’s license, ID card, etc.)
  • Insurance card

 

We advise that our patients are expected to have their first appointment at our clinic to last on average from an hour to an hour and a half.

In some cases patients are required to take antibiotic medications before certain dental procedures are performed to lessen a risk of infection after the procedure. If you have already had prescription to antibiotic medication, please bring that to your appointment. Your dentist will advise if you need to take the medication after the procedure.

Regular dental visits are important because they provide you with the updates on your oral health and address the changes at an early stage making the treatment easier and less invasive and can potentially save you a lot of money in the long run.

Periodontal disease is an advanced form of a gum disease causing infection and inflammation in the bone structures of the mouth. Untreated, it can lead to tooth loss and eventual loss of a jaw bone. Another very concerning aspect of an untreated periodontal disease is that if affects other organs causing strokes, heart dysfunction and a lot more. With a timely treatment the prognosis is good but depending on the advancement of the disease different treatments are available.

Here are some symptoms to look out for:

Inflamed, swollen or red gums

Bleeding gums

Painful gums

Bad breath

Sensitive teeth

Loose teeth

Tooth Loss

Pain when chewing

Pus

If you notice any of the symptoms above please visit your dentist to address the issues in a timely manner.