In accordance to Governor Cuomo's mandate and based on recommendations set forth by the American Dental Association (ADA), New York State Dental Association (NYSDA), and American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), our office is temporarily closed until the end of March or further notice. We are committed to meeting all applicable measures intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to see patients for emergencies and most urgent care needs. In order to serve you better, we are available via telephone. Drs. Wong, Eng, Chan and Hill can review your emergency via telephone prior to making any appointment for a visit.For other concerns you may leave a message with the office phone number 212-842-5300 or email us at and a team member will contact you as soon as possible.


Emergency Dentistry Sevices In Manhattan, New York

Needing any type of emergency dentistry service can be a stressful situation. Any time you’re suffering from moderate to severe issues that require you to get an emergency dental procedure done, you need to have a dentist you can trust. Dr. Lily Eng and her amazing team are committed to providing quality emergency dental services for a variety of emergency dental situations including:

  • Any Possible Untreated Gum Disease
  • Emergency Root Canal Procedures
  • Missing/Knocked-Out Teeth After An Accident
  • and Any Unexplained/Untreated Dental Related Bleeding

Any emergency dental procedure should be treated under the supervision of a dental professional. This needs to be done in order to help preserve any damaged tooth/teeth for as long as possible. Patients who require emergency care or require immediate medical attention should take action as soon as possible. Remember to contact a qualified dentist like the ones here at Sunny Dental Care immediately in order to help minimize the risk of any serious medical complications. This can also help prevent long-term dental complications from occurring as well. If you ever find yourself in need of emergency dental care in Chinatown, NYC, Sunny Dental Care is the right choice for you.

Fractured Tooth

Tooth fracture caused from an accident can be very painful. Patients should consult the dentist at the earliest. It is important that patients take few steps before visiting the dentist when they have a fractured tooth. The broken pieces of tooth should be collected, gently washed and should be taken to the dental practice. If the tooth is knocked out then the patient should try and put the tooth back in the socket. If it is not possible the patient can put the tooth in the vestibule and rush to the dental practice. Treatment of fractured tooth depends on the type of fracture. If a small part of the tooth is chipped off, the dentist may suggest dental bonding or veneers. If the tooth is cracked or broken into two then the tooth should be repaired and may have to be protected using a dental crown.

Abscessed Tooth

The bacteria from the plaque can reach the pulp of the tooth and cause infection. This leads to the formation of pus and dental abscess. If the tooth is not treated in time the infection can reach the root and affect the bone. As a treatment to abscess the pus is drained from the tooth and antibiotics are used in the region. Patients may experience pain when they have an abscessed tooth. It is important that they meet the dentist at the earliest to protect the tooth.

Missing Tooth

A person may lose a tooth from an accidental injury, tooth decay or gum problem. The first step to perform when the tooth falls out is to gently take the tooth holding the crown and wash it without disturbing the root. The patient can rinse the mouth with warm water and try to place the tooth back in socket or in the vestibule area. Tooth can also be preserved in container of milk before visiting the emergency dentist. The time duration from the injury to the dental visit plays a crucial role. If the tooth falls out from decay or gum disease the dentist may suggest for restoration of the lost tooth. There are many methods in dentistry to replace a lost tooth. The dentist takes time in explaining the procedures and patients can opt from the treatment options.

Broken Filling

A dental filling can get damaged when a person bites on hard food. A broken filling or fallen crown can be an emergency condition because the tooth can cause discomfort to tongue and the cheeks and at times the cavity may be very painful. The cavity can attract food particles putting the tooth in danger of decay. A dental visit can help patients avoid these problems. Clove oil can be used with cotton to relieve the pain in the area. If the patient has a fallen crown, he/she can wash the inside of the crown and try placing it back over the tooth before visiting the dentist.

Extractions Emergency

Severe tooth decay or an impacted tooth can sometimes cause unbearable pain in patients. Visiting an emergency dentist is of utmost importance during such situations since these problems can distract a person from daily activities. A dentist firstly treats such conditions with pain medicine and then goes ahead with the extraction process. Based on the complexity of the tooth position a non-surgical or a surgical process may be suggested by the dentist. It is important for patients to follow the post-operative instructions from the dentist.

Save A Tooth

A knocked out tooth can be saved if it is taken to the dental practice within an hour from the incident. Patients should follow few steps to make sure that the tooth is safe. The knocked out tooth should be taken and washed gently without disturbing the root. The tooth should be put back in socket. If the patient is unable place it back in position the tooth can be saved in vestibule or in a container of milk before visiting the emergency dentist. Similarly a tooth which is broken can be saved with the help of dental crowns.


I had my first dentist appointment at sunny dental care. The experience was super great, from receptionist, dental assistant, to my dentist Dr. Wong. They are all super nice and helpful. Going to dentist used to be one of my nightmares, but not anymore when I find this gem! Btw, office provide bottle water, juice, and capsule coffee. For new patient, they give you a little welcome gift as well. I'll definitely recommend it to my friends.

Yuto N.

I was recommended this place by a coworker and I am SO psyched to have actually listened. What a joyful place for a dentist office!! That day, today, I ended up booking appointments for the fillings I had an instinct I needed. The walls are yellow, every face I met was kind, and I'll likely never go anywhere else as long as my NYC life shall live.. and as long as they keep taking my insurance. SO GRATEFUL! :)

Allee S.


Office Hours

Monday 10:00 AM6:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM7:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM7:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM4:00 PM
Sunday Closed

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Sunny Dental Care
101 Lafayette Street, 9th Floor,
New York, NY 10013



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