Tristan Lue, DDS

Phone: (646) 866-7773

70 West 36th Room 10A
New York, NY 10018

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Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8AM- 6PM
Saturday: 9AM-5PM
Sunday: By appointments only

Tristan Lue, DDS

Phone: (646) 866-7773

70 West 36th Room 10A
New York, NY 10018

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8AM- 6PM
Saturday: 9AM-5PM
Sunday: By appointments only

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Visiting the Dentist During COVID-19

Visiting the Dentist During COVID-19

We want you to know that even now, we are still here for you. We are committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff, families, and community, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. As restrictions begin to lift, we are taking all of the necessary precautions to best protect our patients, staff, and doctors […]


Your Teeth and Wellness

Your Teeth and Wellness

For many, dental visits are about having your teeth cleaned and examined and, in some cases, possibly filled or repaired. However, your dental visit can reveal more than just the condition of your teeth. It can also provide an insight into your overall health. Recent studies show that poor oral health can be associated with […]


The Importance of Flossing

The Importance of Flossing

Unfortunately, a vast majority of the population will admit to not flossing regularly and believe that brushing twice a day is enough to maintain their oral health. You may think if you brush your teeth and use mouthwash, your teeth are clean enough. But is that really the case? While brushing should be a necessary […]


Selecting A Mouthwash

Selecting A Mouthwash

Maintaining optimal dental hygiene is centered around daily brushing and flossing as well as attending routine examinations throughout the year. But what about mouthwashes? A mouthwash, or oral rinse, is a liquid product used to rinse and clean your mouth, gums, and teeth. These products typically contain antiseptics to kill harmful bacteria that can live […]


What Dental Services are Covered by FSA and HSA funds

What Dental Services are Covered by FSA and HSA funds?

While most dental insurance policies aren’t very expensive, the coverage they offer may not be enough. For this reason, many of our patients opt for a flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) to offset their out-of-pocket expenses for dental care. As the end of the year quickly approaches, we want to review […]


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