30 East 40th Street building was built 95 years ago in 1927. The city has greatly transformed since then. In the roaring 1920’s the Ford cars would share the roads with horses. This commercial building is home to many healthcare professionals. Eye doctors, ENTs, dentists, massage therapists, pediatric dentists, and even weight loss treatments can all be found in one New York city building.
On the street Level you can find a The Chemist pharmacy and a barbershop. Smile Arts of NY dental office is located on the ground floor of 30 East 40th street. There are three elevators in this building. Usually you’ll find at least two of the three elevators in working order at any given time.
The historic Grand Central Station opened in 1871. Back then what we call midtown Manhattan used to be uptown. In 1871, 42nd Street was relatively remote and undeveloped part of the city compared to Lower Manhattan. By 1900 the city grew to larger, and the small station was overcrowded by the growing flood of daily travelers.
The significantly larger Grand Central Terminal we know today was unveiled in 1913. Although train stations are mostly used for travel, Grand Central Station is a destination all on its own. The Grand Central station serves 67 million passengers per year. 750,000 daily visitors arrive at the Grand Central Terminal, making it one of the most-visited destinations in the world. During the daily morning rush hour, a train arrives every minute of the hour.
Having completed NYU School of Dentistry and a General Residency program in Kings County hospital. Dr. Peter Mann has trained with some of the top world renowned dentists. Being recognized in 2009 with a fellowship award from the (ICOI) International Congress of Oral Implantology and in 2012 with a fellowship award from the (AGD) Academy of General Dentistry.
In 2009 Dr. Peter Mann decided it was time to achieve his vision by opening his dental office to provide outstanding dental services to NYC residents. Smile Arts of NY is located in the heart of Manhattan on E. 40th between Madison and Park ave.
Originally born in Ukraine, when iron curtain of communism collapsed his family took the opportunity to pursue the American dream by moving to New York. Dr. Peter Mann has lived in New York ever since, for over 33 years. His goal is to provide excellent dental experience for his fellow New Yorkers.
Dr. Mann lives minutes from the office. Patients undergoing treatment have his cell phone number and can always get in touch with any questions or concerns. It’s not unusual to see Dr. Mann arriving after hours to help a patient with an emergency.
There’s no question that tooth pain is one of the worst pains to experience; what might seem like a small ache can soon turn into