At Dr. Langer’s Brooklyn dental office, we understand that every patient has unique needs that require special care and attention. Our patients are our most important asset and we are committed to developing a long lasting, trusted relationship with all of our patients. We believe that every patient deserves a comprehensive evaluation and custom tailored treatment options based on their goals, concerns and expectations. Our emphasis is on the prevention of dental disease and the maintenance of a beautiful smile as part of an overall dental plan. All of our new patients start with a careful review of your past medical and dental history, along with a comprehensive dental exam. We will provide you with a treatment plan that addresses both your dental needs and overall well being, while keeping long-term results in mind. No matter how simple or complex your dental needs are, Dr. Laurence A. Langer, D.D.S. and our staff will take note of your needs and help to achieve your dental goals. Thank you for choosing a top Brooklyn Cosmetic Dentist and we look forward to seeing you!
Our practice provides a safe, clean and friendly atmosphere to ensure the happiness of all of our patients. When you’re here, our full attention is devoted to you the patient. We strive to create a comfortable, caring and compassionate environment to make your visit to our Brooklyn Cosmetic Dentist the best.
From root canals to dental crowns, Brooklyn Cosmetic Dentist, Dr Laurence Langer D.D.S. provides many services to help you feel better and look great. To view a list of dental services we provide, please click on the link below for more information:
We participate with several dental insurance programs. Financial arrangements can be made and we will do our best to maximize any you may have. Explore our website and see what we can do for you. Feel free to contact us about any questions you may have.
Meet our Doctor
Dr. Laurence A. Langer, D.D.S.
Brooklyn Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Laurence A. Langer, D.D.S. graduated from Marquette University in 1983. To enhance his training, he completed post-graduate continuing education at Einstein Hospital and Brookdale Hospital. Dr. Langer is a member of the American Dental Association, The Second district Dental Society, The American Academy of Osteointegration, and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists,and the Brooklyn Study Club.
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What is the dental crown procedure like?
Fitting a crown should require two office visits to your dental professional. During the first appointment of your crown fitting… Read full answer →
What is the Procedure like for Porcelain Veneers?
The process of being treated for Dental Veneers usually is done in 2 appointments…. Read full answer →
How Does Teeth Whitening Work?
An impression of your teeth will be taken at your dental office in order to create the whitening trays needed to submerge the teeth in the bleaching agent.Read full answer →
What is the Dental Bonding Process?
The process of dental bonding is generally used for smaller cavities, fillings, and smaller chips and cracks as the resin used in the procedure is usually not recommended to fill over large surfaces due to the strength of the bonding material. Read full answer →
What is a Direct Restoration Tooth Colored Filling?
In the case of a direct restoration, your tooth can likely be restored in one visit; there is sufficient tooth structure for the filling to go inside the tooth or at least sufficient tooth structure to maintain the majority of the natural tooth.Read full answer →
What is an indirect Restoration Tooth Colored Filling?
Indirect fillings are when the restoration is made outside of your mouth, either by a lab or by a milling machine, and needs to be cemented into place.Read full answer →
Calcium: Not Just for Bones Anymore
The therapeutic effects of calcium have been getting significant media attention lately, but dentists have long known of the need, especially for women, to consume the mineral for general overall well-being and dental health.
Flossing Techniques and Dental Care Tips
No matter how hard the bristles or aggressive the technique, tooth brushing alone will not clean between the teeth. The solution? An ideal dental hygiene practice must include dental floss, soft tooth brushing after every meal (at least twice a day), and regular professional care.
How Cigarettes Affect Dental Health
Smoking may have a profound effect on the oral tissues and periodontal health. As health care professionals, it is our responsibility to advise our patients of the harmful effects of tobacco and urge them to quit.
Seniors Can Keep Their Teeth for a Lifetime
I wonder how many senior citizens included “keeping my teeth for a lifetime” on their list of New Year’s resolutions this year. Surveys by the American Dental Association and Oral B® reveal that seven in ten respondents 65 years of age and older visit their dentist at least once a year, and almost all said they believe that healthy teeth and gums are important. It’s great to know that seniors are concerned about their oral health, because dental needs change as we age.
Seniors Study Links Gum Disease to Heart Disease
Periodontal or gum disease is a bacterial infection affecting an estimated 56 million Americans, and is almost as widespread as the common cold. A bacterial film called plaque, which continuously forms around the teeth and gums, causes gum disease.