Touro Dental Health
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Touro Dental Health, the teaching practice of the Touro College of Dental Medicine, provides excellent, affordable dental care services to the public, while training the next generation of dental professionals. Our beautiful, brand new, state-of-the-art dental treatment center is located on the New York Medical College campus in Hawthorne, NY. Our staff is available to schedule appointments and help answer any questions you might have.
Touro Dental Health is the 32,000-square-foot dental teaching practice of Touro College of Dental Medicine. Each of our 109 dental treatment stations has been uniquely-designed with the most advanced dental technologies available anywhere, including digital impressions, digital treatment planning, 3D imaging, guided implant surgery and endodontic microscopy, allowing patients to benefit from greater precision, comfort and efficiency during treatment. Our modern and spacious location offers stunning scenic views from every angle, a comfortable reception area, and free valet parking for your convenience.
We offer comprehensive oral health services for all ages – from routine dental exams and preventative care, to cosmetic dentistry, advanced dental reconstruction, TMJ diagnosis and implant surgery. Care is primarily provided by dental students guided by TCDM faculty, however, depending on the complexity of the procedure, the student may assist experienced general dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists, and other dental specialists who will complete the care. Patients receive the direct benefits of this faculty-student collaboration, as well as low-cost, high-quality care. In most cases, you can save as much as 20-50% on routine and advanced procedures.
TCDM in the News
Every educator has been facing the challenges of putting digital tools to work in the teaching environment. At the Touro College of Dental Medicine in Valhalla the challenge has been exponentially greater because dentistry itself has been making a fundamental transition to the digital world.
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