Contact Jeffrey Rabinowitz DMD in NYC

Hours of Operation

Monday 7:30AM - 6:00PM Tuesday 7:30AM - 7:00PM Wednesday 7:30AM - 6:30PM Thursday 7:30AM - 7:00PM Friday 7:30AM - 5:00PM Saturday 8:00AM - 3:00PM


120 East 56th Street Suite 600 New York, NY 10022

Phone Number:

(212) 826-2322

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A bright smile isn’t just a sign of a healthy mouth—it can also serve as a huge boost to your confidence. If you’re unhappy with your smile for any reason, consider scheduling an appointment with Dr. Jeffrey Rabinowitz. Dr. Rabinowitz has been providing his NYC patients with dental implants, sedation dentistry, and other services for years.

Driving Directions

  • From Union City, take NJ-495 E, continuing onto NY-495 E. Take the exit toward Dryer Ave., keeping left at the fork and following the signs for New York 9A/42 Street/Uptown/Theater District. Turn right onto W 40th St., then turn left onto Avenue of the Americas at Bryant Park. Turn right onto W 56th St. We are on the right, just after Staples.
  • From Queens, take I-495 W to E 37th St. in Manhattan. After the exit, take a slight left onto E 37th St., then turn right onto Park Ave. after the Smile Café. Take a slight left onto Park Ave Viaduct, then continue on Park Ave. and turn right on E 56th St. Our dental office is on the right.
  • If you’re coming from the north, take Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd S and turn left onto W 110th St/Central Park N. Turn right as 110 th becomes Duke Ellington Circle, then turn right onto 5th Ave. Drive for about 5 miles and turn left onto E 56th St. You’ll see our building on the right.
  • If you’re driving from the south, take the Manhattan Bridge over the East River and turn right onto Bowery. Continue onto 3rd Ave, drive for 2.3 miles, and turn left onto E 55th St. Turn right onto Park Ave, take the 1st right onto E 56th St, and you’ll see our building on the right.

What's Nearby

Algonquin tribes of indigenous peoples lived in the New York area long before Dutch settlers first arrived in the early 17 th century. The Dutch named their settlement New Amsterdam, and the British renamed it New York when they took over in 1664. Shortly after the American Revolution, New York City became the largest city in the U.S.—an honor it holds to this day. Today, New York City is home to more than 8.5 million people. Perhaps the greatest thing about NYC is its diversity. On any given day, approximately 800 languages are spoken within the city. New York is home to many world-famous landmarks, including Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and the recently completed One World Trade Center.

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Why Choose Us?

  • 5 Star Reviews
  • 24 Hour Emergency Dental Care & Same Day Appointments
  • Flexible Payment Plans & We Accept Most Insurance
  • Honest, Compassionate Dental Solutions From a Leading Dental Professional