Young Bui, DDS
30 East 40th Street Suite 1201
New York, NY 10016

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

What Causes the Need for Root Canal Treatment?

What causes the need for root canal treatment? This type of dental treatment is a common dental procedure that is used to treat infections or injuries to the tooth pulp. The tooth pulp is the soft tissue that is found inside the tooth, which contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. If the tooth pulp… Continue Reading

Understanding Root Canal Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide

When understanding root canal therapy, we first learn that is a common dental procedure that is used to save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected. The procedure involves removing the infected pulp from inside the tooth, then cleaning and sealing the tooth. If you are considering root canal therapy, it is important to… Continue Reading

What are the Differences Between Endodontists & Dentists?

While the differences between endodontists and dentists is may seem insignificant for most people, there are actually major differences between them. Let’s discuss their specific characteristics to completely understand the difference between endodontists and dentists. Source Dentists A dentist has many responsibilities, catering to the well-being of an individual’s teeth. They’re healthcare professionals whose first… Continue Reading

Detailed Description of Root Canal Process

What is a detailed description of the root canal process? First we need to know what a root canal is and when one is needed. When a specific tooth decays or becomes infected, a root canal procedure becomes necessary. This process helps relieve the pain a patient is going through while eliminating the infection permanently.… Continue Reading

Most Common Teeth to Need Root Canal

What are the most common teeth to need a root canal? A root canal is a dental treatment that endodontists perform to repair or extract an infected tooth. The infected tooth’s nerve and the pulp will likely be irritated, decayed, and inflamed. If you see the slightest sign of decay or inflammation in your teeth,… Continue Reading

What are the Different Types of Teeth?

What types of teeth are there in the human mouth? As your life progresses, the number and structure of your teeth will change. There are usually two sets of teeth; baby teeth (primary teeth) and adult teeth (permanent teeth). Children will usually grow a set of baby teeth that eventually fall out and give way… Continue Reading

Tooth Decay Causes & Prevention

What are the main causes and ways to prevent tooth decay? Cavities are permanent types of tooth damage that result in openings or holes in the surface of the teeth. Tooth decay can occur due to various reasons, but bacterial infection is often the leading cause of it. Tooth decay can spread over time, killing… Continue Reading

Teeth & Genetics: Are Bad Teeth Hereditary?

You may have wondered if there are links between teeth and genetics, and are bad teeth hereditary? Genes play a significant role in how our bodies look and change as we grow older. Genes affect almost every trait in our body, acting as a blueprint for our body to follow through. But can your genes… Continue Reading

Stages of Tooth Decay: Healthy Tooth to Root Canal

How can you go from a healthy tooth to a root canal? Tooth decay is one of the most common issues that people face, especially because people don’t recognize early signs of it. These alarms come in the form of different stages of tooth decay. Each stage gets increasingly worse, making the damage irreparable, with… Continue Reading