Ewa Monsul, DMD
115 East 57th
New York, NY 10022
(212) 688-5050

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Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Dr. Monsul's office operations. To ensure your convenience, below is the information you need about our hours, location, appointment scheduling, insurance acceptance and billing.

Ewa Monsul, DMD
115 East 57th
New York, NY 10022
(212) 688-5050
(212) 750-8929 fax
Monday:
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Friday:
10:00am - 7:00pm
Closed
10:00am - 7:00pm
Closed
10:00am - 7:00pm

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Appointments
To schedule an appointment between 9 AM and 6 PM Monday - Friday, please call our office at (212) 688-5050.

Payment Options
We accept all major credit cards and insurance plans. Please contact our office for more information about payment options.

For payment plan options, please visit Chase Health Advance.

Insurance and Billing
Our office accepts all major dental insurance providers. Please call our office to verify acceptace of you plan.

 

 



Facilities and Equipment
Dr. Monsul and her team use state-of-the-art dental equipment to keep your smile healthy. Technologies include:

  • Air Abrasion System: Serving as an alternative to a traditional dental drill, an air-abrasion system (or microabrasion system) is primarily used to treat small cavities, preserving healthy tooth structure without the use of a local anesthetic. Air-abrasion allows for the precise removal of decay through a blast of pellets consisting of air and aluminum oxide.
  • Central Sterilization System: In our office, all instrument cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing occurs in a designated central processing area (equipped with an autoclave) to more easily control quality and ensure your safety.
  • Digital X-rays: Digital X-rays offer a way to capture dental images through a sensor that processes the image onto a computer screen. Digital X-rays can provide greater comfort than traditional X-rays and reduce exposure to radiation.
  • Intra-oral Camera: Intra-oral cameras can produce accurate images of your teeth and supporting structures. This allows you and your dental team to see tooth defects. Intra-oral cameras can also help you learn more about dental hygiene practices, including where to focus on brushing your teeth and flossing.
  • Lasers: Lasers offer reduced discomfort and bleeding and in some cases a suture-free treatment option. Lasers often result in a faster healing process.