Your Premier Dentist in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, NYC
Get the million-dollar smile you deserve. At Manhattan Dental Arts we strive to provide comprehensive, minimally invasive, technology-based dentistry with the patient’s safety and comfortability as our number one priority.
With over three decades of specialized training and experience in improving the smiles of New York City patients, Dr. M. Marc Liechtung is considered a pioneer in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Our multi-disciplinary team of advanced general, restorative, and cosmetic dentists and staff have a passion for science, technology, and art. We believe that this collaborative approach is what is needed to achieve the best results for patients. As an inventor of the Snap-On-Smile, a multi-purpose appliance that helps transform the lives of patients, Dr. Liechtung’s philosophy is that all of the patients that walk in through the doors of Manhattan Dental Arts should have the perfect patient experience.
What Sets Us Apart
We are committed to providing the highest standard in cosmetic and general dentistry for our patients. We have all undergone extensive training in cosmetic dentistry and we believe that an ‘art form underlies the science’ behind every aspect of our work. All of our patients leave our office with a smile and that’s how we like it.
Many of us have taken our healthy smiles for granted at one point or another, and are left to deal with the damage later on. If you are looking for ways to be proactive about your oral hygiene, then you may want to start by cutting these 6 habits out of your life.
Do you hesitate looking in the mirror or positively hate smiling for a selfie or photo? If you have always wanted to have the picture perfect smile of a news anchor or celebrity and hate your discolored front teeth, it is easier than you probably think to make that wish come true.
We doubt anyone actually looks forward to seeing their dentist, but white knuckling it is a bit over the top. Still, there are many who absolutely despise going. With the advent of COVID-19, dental anxiety might even be more prevalent than before.