Young Bui, DDS
30 East 40th Street Suite 1201
New York, NY 10016
646-205-3045
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Welcome to Bryant Park Endodontics Dr. Bui was recognized on CBS’s American Health Front on Oct 1, 2016 Having performed over 15,000 root canals, Dr. Young Bui is one of Manhattan’s premier endodontists – a specialist in the art of root canal therapy. Our goal is to provide our patients with the most technologically advanced… Continue Reading

Root Canal Innovations 2020-2021

What are the root canal innovations for 2020-2021? Root Canal innovations in dental science have been revolutionary in terms of treatment. Technological advancements make complex procedures easier and more successful. A root canal procedure is about treating debridement without causing any physical damage. The modern root canal innovations are an attempt to execute this task… Continue Reading

Do Root Canals Always Hurt?

Do root canals always hurt? A root canal is an endodontic solution to any sort of damage caused to the inner tooth. This damage can be a result of an infection or trauma. The inside of the tooth is the dental pulp that holds the visible tooth or crown. Damage to the dental pulp can… Continue Reading

Anatomy of the Jaw and Teeth

What is the anatomy of the jaw and teeth? The anatomy of the teeth falls under the study of dental anatomy. Dentists and Endodontists need to have keen understanding of the anatomy of the jaw and teeth. Their field of study revolves around dental abnormalities, infections, deformities, structural problems and treatments. The professionals have extensive… Continue Reading

All About Dentistry

Dentistry is a branch of medical science that focuses primarily on the study of oral cavity. For those who don’t know, oral cavity in medical anatomy is the mouth. Dentistry involves the study and diagnosis of the oral cavity. It includes everything from the maintenance of oral health to the prevention of oral diseases. It… Continue Reading

Endodontists: What Do They Do?

What do endodontists do? Endodontists are doctors that specialize in the treatment of dental pulp. The pulp is the foundation of a tooth that consists of many nerves and tissues. Endodontist is a medical term, which has Greek origins. “Endo” means inside and “odont” means teeth. Difference between Endodontist and Dentist All Endodontists are also… Continue Reading

Root Canal Trends & Statistics

What are the current root canal trends & statistics? A root canal helps to eliminate bacteria from an infected root canal. It helps prevent reinfections, effectively saving the natural tooth. When you opt for a root canal, an endodontist will remove the infected or inflamed pulp. Then, they disinfect and clean the tooth with proper… Continue Reading

All about Endodontics

Endodontics is a field in medical science that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of  pulp tissues found inside teeth. You can classify it as a subspecialty of dentistry. Contrary to popular belief, endodontists are dentists but not all dentists are Endodontists. An endodontist has to go through dental school, but after graduating, he or… Continue Reading

What Training Do Endodontists Receive?

What Training Do Endodontists Receive? Endodontists have to follow proper training methods and procedures before they can start practicing dental procedures on their patients. Endodontists have to carry out some of the most difficult dental procedures, which explains why they receive heavy training before fully practicing dental procedures. Their main aim is to help prevent… Continue Reading

What Do Endodontists Do?

What Do Endodontists Do? Taking care of your teeth is important for staying healthy and maintaining good oral health. It is necessary to have an oral checkup once every while for good oral health with healthy and white teeth. People visit dentists either for an oral checkup or when they have pain or other problems… Continue Reading

What Are The Differences In Root Canals In Molars Vs. Incisors?

What are the differences in root canals in molars vs. incisors? The repository of hard tissue of your dental pulp can take on various shapes and configurations. This is what makes a thorough knowledge of your tooth morphology, detailed exploration of tooth interior, and careful radiograph interpretation mandatory prerequisites for a successful root canal treatment.… Continue Reading