The Mount Sinai Department of Dentistry
The Mount Sinai Department of Dentistry provides every phase of restorative and cosmetic oral care. Our faculty, consisting of internationally recognized clinical practitioners, educators, and researchers, oversees one of the largest postdoctoral dental training programs in the United States.
Divisions and clinics
Divisions within the Department of Dentistry include these specialties:
- Oral and maxillofacial surgery
- Dental anesthesiology
- General dentistry
We have specialty clinics in:
- Pediatric dentistry
- Complex prosthodontics
- Dentistry under general anesthesia and intravenous sedation
- Dental phobia
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders
Our Temporomandibular Joint Clinic is internationally acclaimed, and our innovative Dental Phobia Clinic was the first of its kind in the world. Clinicians travel from across the globe to observe patient care in these programs.
Interdepartmental collaborations span numerous disciplines
The Department of Dentistry plays an important role in several interdepartmental collaborations, including:
- Head and neck cancer reconstruction program, in conjunction with the Department of Otolaryngology
- Multidisciplinary cleft-palate team
- Oral pathology service
The Department of Dentistry consists of full- and part-time faculty and more than 100 voluntary attending dentists and related professionals. Training programs include a fellowship and residency in general dentistry, a residency in dental anesthesia, and a combined oral maxillofacial surgery/MD training program.
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029-6574