CUSTOMIZED CARE FROM A DOCTOR YOU CAN TRUST
When you need a trusted periodontist to take care of your gums or restore bone damage, talk to Dr. Philip Pack for all your periodontal care needs. Whether we are helping you heal from gum disease or replacing missing teeth, you can turn to us for quality care and the expertise of a dedicated professional.
Dr. Pack is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and Assistant Attending Periodontist in the Department of Surgery at New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center. He is dedicated to his career and to his patients, ensuring every patient receives the highest level of care available.
Our Main Services
If you feel embarrassed because of missing teeth or you have lost a few teeth and find it hard to talk or chew, talk to Dr. Philip Pack about the benefits of dental implants. Read more
We understand how gum disease can affect your self-esteem and quality of life. Patients now have a minimally-invasive treatment option available to treat gum disease and restore their oral health. Read more
Soft Tissue Grafting
Tired of having to avoid hot and cold foods because of sensitive teeth? Trying to hide your smile because of a damaged gum line? Enjoy a better quality of life with a simple gum grafting procedure. Read more
Meet Dr. Pack
Dr. Pack received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Binghamton University and his Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Pack served as a Dental Resident at Bronx Lebanon Hospital before returning to Tufts University for specialty training in Periodontics. After completing his residency, Dr. Pack returned to New York and has maintained a private practice limited to Periodontics and Dental Implant Surgery in Manhattan. Read more
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Assistant Professor of Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College Cornell University
Assistant Attending Dentist, NewYork Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center
Before And Afters
Cosmetic Dentistry Case 1
Connective Tissue Graft Case 1