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Dentist in Midtown Manhattan Works Exclusively With Distinguished Labs for Restorations

Dr. Marianna Farber Says She Chooses to Work With Some of the Most Highly-Regarded Laboratories in the Country for Dental Restorations in an Effort to Provide Her Patients With the Best Possible Results

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/14 -- When it comes to dental restorations, Midtown Manhattan dentist Dr. Marianna Farber says she only works with the best labs. She explains that her relationship with these dental laboratories is extremely important for achieving a high-quality result. Dr. Farber works with labs such as Marotta Dental, Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center, and daVinci Dental Studio, and she says she has personally chosen these labs specifically because of their level of skill and expertise in dental aesthetics.

In many cases, patients can work directly with the technicians at the lab and provide feedback and input prior to their dental restoration procedure. Dr. Farber explains that patients can also ask questions and have any of their concerns addressed to help them feel more at ease prior to their procedure. In a recent blog post, titled, "Why Dental Labs Make a Difference," Dr. Farber says technicians can utilize their time with her patients to help determine how to best achieve the patient's desired outcome. She explains, "The technician will advise the minimum number of teeth that need to be restored that will provide the patients with the best possible results."

For patients with missing or damaged teeth, Dr. Farber frequently uses dental implants to restore both form and function. In a follow-up blog post titled, "High-Quality Restorations From Top Labs," Dr. Farber says in certain cases, she refers patients to labs such as Marotta Dental, where they are often able to have their entire procedure completed in one day. This unique advantage is especially helpful for patients who are visiting from out of town, she says. If time is limited, Dr. Farber explains that she can meet the patient at the lab and work with them to complete the dental restoration in a day. She says, "This can be particularly helpful when these patients need to have a lengthy procedure, such as a full mouth restoration, completed in a short amount of time."

Dr. Farber says patients who are looking to improve the look of their smile with porcelain veneers or other restorations can benefit from working with labs such as the Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center. She notes that this lab is renowned for its exceptional work. According to Dr. Farber, Jason Kim is considered to be one of the pioneers in dental prosthetics and aesthetics, and she says she is honored to be working with him. Dr. Farber says she also occasionally refers patients to daVinci Dental Studio, another prestigious dental lab, which she says is known for its high-quality craftsmanship with dental restorations.

Overall, Dr. Farber feels that her lab selection has a direct impact on her patient's outcomes. She says working only with the most highly regarded laboratories means she can remain confident that her patients are able to achieve remarkable and beautiful results for their dental restorations.

About Marianna Farber, DDS

Dr. Marianna Farber is the head of her own private dental practice in Midtown Manhattan. She is currently an active member of several distinguished dental organizations, including the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI), the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), and the American Dental Association (ADA). Dr. Farber is available for interview upon request.

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