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Dr. Kara Mason

Dr. Kara Mason - Midtown General Dentist

Dr. Mason is a General and Cosmetic Dentist in Midtown Manhattan. She dedicated to providing the highest quality of gentle dentistry. Her emphasis is on prevention as serious dental problems can be avoided when detected early. Dr. Mason and her staff will help you achieve a healthy mouth that will last a lifetime. Her services include crowns, fillings, bonding, teeth whitening, oral cancer screenings, periodontal treatment, root canals, implants, clear aligners, as well as providing relief for dental emergencies, such as broken teeth and toothaches.

Cosmetic dentistry is Dr. Mason's sub-specialty. She is recognized as one of the top esthetic dentists in Manhattan and lectures to her colleagues on the subject. She draws upon her background in fine art and photography for the skills necessary for this meticulous type of dentistry. Whitening, veneers, laminates, and cosmetic reshaping are some of the ways Dr. Mason can give you a beautiful smile. “One of the things that I've learned in my twenty years of practicing is to leave my ego at the door. No matter how good you think you are, listening to your patients is an essential part of providing the best treatment”, quoted Dr. Mason in a recent publication of Dental Practice Today.

Our beautiful new office is conveniently located at 30 E. 60th St. between Park and Madison Avenues. “The setting is so calm and peaceful”, says patient Dr. Gina Brown. All of our equipment, sterilization procedures and techniques are state of the art. Dr. Mason trained in the phobia clinic at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. She understands you may have apprehensions about coming to the dentist. She has many techniques for delivering painless dentistry and alleviating dental anxiety. Our entire staff works hard to make your dental visit stress free.  With a gentle touch and friendly caring staff, we welcome you to a better dental experience.

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  • Kara Mason, DMD
    General and Cosmetic Dentist in Midtown, NY

    Dr. Mason, General and Cosmetic Dentist in Midtown NY, graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson Dental School in 1988 in the top 1% of her class. She completed her general practice residency at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. Dr. Mason is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the American Dental Association. Dr. Mason is regarded by her colleagues as one of the best dentists in New York. She lectures at dental meetings on cosmetic dentistry and the management of dental phobic patients. She has been in private practice for over twenty years. Dr. Mason has been profiled in various publications. Please see the In the Media section of this website to view these articles. Dr. Mason is an amateur photographer and loves adventure travel. she has volunteered for Operation Smile and is a member of various environmental groups.

  • Courtney Siegfried, RDS

    Top notch dental hygienist Courtney Siegfried graduated top of her class from New York University in 2014. Her knowledge and practice of the latest advances in preventative dental care are evident in the quality of the cleaning she provides. Courtney is trained in the diagnosis of TMJ jaw problems, grinding and clenching as well as detection, prevention and initial treatment of periodontal disease. Patients often leave with a smile as bright as hers!

  • Iris Kloin, RDS

    Iris Kloin, has worked with Dr. Mason for 15 years. Iris is our registered dental hygienist graduated from New York City Technical College with high honors. Continuing education helps Iris stay informed about the latest advances in periodontal disease and prevention. She is extremely gentle, yet thorough when she cleans your teeth. Iris takes the time to teach each patient how to achieve a healthy mouth and avoid cavities and gum disease.

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