Dr Jeff Golub Evans at the New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry in Manhattan


Seasonal discount on various whitening treatments

New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry
128 East 71st Street . New York, New York 10021 . 212.288.4455 .
Web: www.nyccd.com

Seasonal Discounts:

* Zoom! In-office Whitening: Usually $600, NOW $475

* QuickWhite: as featured in NY Times: Usually $225, NOW $175

* DayWhite at Home Whitening Trays: Usually $400, NOW $250

* Touch-up Whitening Gel: Usually $50, NOW $37

* Crest Professional Strength White Strips: Usually $75, NOW $47

The New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry was a 2006 Beauty Pick in New York Magazine and Dr. Jeff Golub-Evans has been featured in The New York Times and Vogue. He has also appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, FOX News and much more. Dr. Golub-Evans has an impressive roster of celebrity patients including Hugh Jackman, Mary Louise-Parker, Usher and Kim Cattrall.

Dr. Jeff Golub-Evans is considered one of the country’s premier smile designers. Using bonding, bleaching, porcelain laminates, crowns and his pioneering work in smile design, Dr. Golub-Evans has created smiles that have appeared on the covers of over 300 fashion and beauty magazines including: COSMOPOLITAN, SHAPE, GLAMOUR, VOGUE, GQ, BAZAAR, SELF, HEALTH, ALLURE, FAMILY CIRCLE, SEVENTEEN and many more. He has appeared on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, The Today Show, CBS Morning News, Inside Edition, American Journal, Good Morning America, Fox News, The Home Show and numerous other news and talk shows.

His Manhattan based practice, the New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry (www.nyccd.com) is a full service cosmetic and general dental office specializing in creating beautiful smiles and providing smile rejuvenation procedures through the SmileOasis™ Spa, which offers unique, therapeutic ways to improve your smile with services like Zoom! Bleaching, Hydro-Gum™ Massage and Floss & Gloss™.

An artist both in and outside the dentist office, Dr. Golub-Evans is also a recognized watercolorist and collagist whose works have appeared on New York gallery walls as well as in Bali, Athens, Paris, Arizona, Massachusetts, California, Illinois, Florida, Connecticut, and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Dr. Golub-Evans’ credits include dental costuming for numerous theatrical and cinematic productions, including more than a dozen films and the dental special effects for the New York Shakespeare Festival and Broadway’s Tony Award winners, LES MISERABLES and BIG RIVER. Dr. Golub-Evans is considered one of the top smile designers in the country. His smile creations can be seen on numerous leading actors, models and rock stars including Kim Cattrall, Bridget Moynahan, Hugh Jackman, Usher, Tom Brady, Mary Louise-Parker and Regis Philbin. Dr. Golub-Evans’ smiles have adorned over 300 covers of beauty and fashion magazines.

Dr. Golub-Evans is an Accredited Member, a Fellow and Past President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is the Founding President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s New York Chapter and founder of the Smile Design Council. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Esthetic Dentistry for the GP, and has written for Dentistry Today, Dental Products Report, Oral Health, Compendium and Dentist Magazine.

He was the Editor-In-Chief of Current Opinion in Cosmetic Dentistry, Clinical Editor of Dentist Magazine and Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr Jeff Golub-Evans was an Associate Clinical Professor at New York University, Department of Dental Materials Science and Restorative Dentistry and is the Director of Cosmetic and Esthetic Programs at New York University’s Center for Continuing Dental Education.

Dr. Golub-Evans has published scores of journal articles and has delivered hundreds of presentations in cosmetic dentistry extensively across the U.S. and Canada as well as in Europe, South America and Asia. He holds visiting faculty appointments to the postgraduate programs in esthetic dentistry at the State University of New York at Buffalo, Baylor University, Harvard University, Boston University and Northwestern University.

On a personal note, Dr. Golub-Evans attended Hamilton College and New York University College of Dentistry.

New Yorkers living longer

New York: More New Yorkers are living longer according to the city’s health department.

The Department of Health says just over 57,000 people died in 2004. That is a historic low and about 2,000 fewer deaths then in 2003.

Health department officials say the biggest factor in the decrease in deaths was the reduction in heart attack deaths (down 14 percent), deaths from HIV and AIDS (down 12 percent), colon cancer and homicide (both down 9 percent).

The life expectancy for New Yorkers born in 2003 increased to just over 78 years, more than seven months longer than the national average.

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