We would like to welcome you to our office. We take great satisfaction in helping you maintain optimal oral health. Our practice is devoted to comprehensive and preventive patient care.

Throughout our website, you will find an abundance of information about our practice, procedures we provide, and dentistry in general. Please explore and learn as much about dentistry and our services as you desire. We believe our patients should have as much information as possible in order to make important, informed decisions regarding their oral health and treatment options.

Our patients are our most important asset, and we strive to develop long-lasting, trusting relationships with all of our patients. Your referrals are welcome and appreciated.

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Proudly serving: NY, 10019, Columbus Circle, 10020

Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr.
    Wendy Mayer

    Dr. Mayer is a gentle, caring dentist who uses only the most advanced materials and procedures. She practices comfortable, health-centered dentistry with a strong emphasis on getting to know each patient. In addition to her technical proficiency, Dr. Mayer is a careful listener and will explain beforehand what treatment is best for your individual needs.


What Our Patients Say About Us

    Highly recommended. Professional, friendly service, no/little wait time, clean office. Dental visits make me nervous but everyone there makes me feel more comfortable. Their patience is appreciated.

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    Samantha Alcala

    Dr Mayer is so nice and professional. She took much care to my grandfather when he had an infection in his tooth. Her staff team are also very polite and informative. I will definitely come back for her services. I am blessed to ever encounter such a kind dentist.

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    Roberto Fernandez

    Very professional. One of the best cleanings I've had, really scraped away the plaque! Found a small cavity while cleaning and took care of it immediately. x-ray, cleaning and filling took about 30 min. Recommending my boyfriend to see her.

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    carla casamona

    Dr.Mayer was very professional. Excellent service would definitely recommend!

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    Kelly Ann

    Great experience with Dr. Mayer. I will be returning! Lovely office space too.

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    Nicole B

    Dr Mayer had an excellent bedside manner and was super gentle and thorough during my consultation. She performed the entire examination and cleaning herself (which was surprising to me as I’ve always had dental hygienists perform all my cleanings). Her office is in a beautiful location, right off of Central Park and her office staff is warm and welcoming. Would highly recommend.

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    L L

    I love Wendy Mayer, DDS!!!! She is so amazing ...

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    Chanita Baumhaft

    Dr. Mayer and her team are amazing. Everyone at her office is very polite and helpful with rescheduling appointments. I've had my teeth cleaned by both Dr. Mayer and her dental assistant. Neither times was I made to wait an extensive amount...

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    Jessica Franzel

    I had a Terrific experience with both the doctor and her staff! I received great guidance on how to improve my own dental care as well as a detailed analysis of any issues.

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    Nadya Bali

    Excellent cleaning, diagnosis and cavity filling by Dr Mayer. She and her very nice staff made me feel well taken care of. It’s unusual to have a dentist do the cleaning herself while a technician assists. She took her time and my mouth feels super clean. Dr Mayer carefully diagnosed an ache I had and determined it was best to wait and see rather than up-selling a procedure. Finally, she found a small cavity (said I could wait but best to take care of it) and was again very attentive both to my tooth and to me as a human being in the chair. Great value. Highly recommend.

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  • Laser Decay Diagnostics

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