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SoHo Dental Group in New York City offers general and cosmetic dentistry, including implants, crowns, fillings, inlays and onlays, and root canal therapy. The dental team of Dr. Alla Dorfman, Dr. Anthony Leonetti, Dr. Nicole Khalife, Dr. Ziwei Gao, and Dr. Fariya Islam have earned a 5-star rating on Google. SoHo Dental Group boasts a comfortable environment and multilingual staff speaking English, Spanish, Russian, and Hebrew.


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346 reviews
  • Olga Ponomarenko
    Olga Ponomarenko
    5 months ago

    I loved my experience with Soho Dental Group. The wait time was within 5-10 min. The visit was professional and friendly. Dr Khalife was able to answer all of my questions and she explained me all the processes so that I would be sure to understand everything. The office is clean and had with modern equipment

  • Mark Goldman
    Mark Goldman
    2 months ago

    Couldn't be happier with this office. From dentists, to hygienists and receptionists, it was top tier service. They were extremely flexible - taking me in even though I came in a day early (accidentally), and open to working around my needs.

  • janet rodriguez
    janet rodriguez
    4 months ago

    What a great practice! In addition to the best cleaning I’ve had ever. My son insisted on zero local for three cavities, so the Dr gave in and my son didn’t feel a thing. That’s a major wow! Just lovely, competent people all around!

  • Cecillia Wang
    Cecillia Wang
    a week ago

    Two major problems when I called Soho Dental Group when a crown came off while I was in NY on business. (1) Bait and switch: While I was at the NYU dental urgent care clinic, I called SDG to ask if they would take my insurance. They said yes, and so I left NYU, which was going to require me to pay out of pocket, and went downtown. After I was in the chair and the dentist literally had me with my mouth wide open, he asked the receptionist to come in and she told me that insurance does not cover crown repair -- which is definitely *not true*. (2) Bad dental work that can't be repaired: The dentist permanently glued on my crown *askew* so that I needed substantial follow-up work at my own dentist to resurface the crown. And there is a big gap between the crown and the gum line with excess cement all over the edge, which requires special care when flossing and brushing. Absolutely horrible experience.

  • Kelliann Devine
    Kelliann Devine
    a month ago

    For the first time, I didn’t hate going to the dentist! The women that cared for me here, from receptionist, to hygienist, to Dr, made me feel very comfortable and did a really great job.

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