Contact Manhattan Periodontist Scott H. Froum, DDS

Phone: (212) 586-4208


Scott H. Froum, DDS
1110 2 nd Avenue Ste 305
New York, NY 10022

Caring for your gums is important for maintaining a beautiful and healthy smile, and you may need more specialized care than your general dentistry practice has to offer. When you need a higher level of care to manage periodontitis or consider your candidacy for dental implants, Dr. Scott Froum, DDS can offer advanced, sophisticated care for patients in New York City. Our practice uses the latest technologies to enhance patient comfort and improve outcomes for every case.

Driving to Our Office

From the east, you can reach our practice from the New York 25 W/Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. Cross the bridge and keep left, following signs for 2 Ave. S/West Side. Stay left at the fork and turn left onto 2 nd Avenue. You will see our office on the left.

Headed from New Jersey, take the NJ-495 E and continue toward New York. Take the left exit toward New York 9A/42 Street/Uptown/Theater District. Continue onto Dyer Avenue, then turn right onto W. 42 nd Street. Make a left at the second cross street onto 8 th Avenue. At the traffic circle, exit onto Central Park South. Continue onto 59 th Street, then turn right onto 2 nd Avenue. Our office is on the left.

What’s Nearby

Bryant Park

Guggenheim Museum

Al Hirschfield Theatre

Manhattan is the most densely populated borough of New York City, which is the most populous urban area in the United States. Home to some of the most recognizable landmarks in the nation, Manhattan was once inhabited by the Lenape Native Americans, who famously sold the land to the Dutch in 1626. Manhattan was a critical geographical point in the American Revolution, and it rapidly grew as an economic center through the 19 th century. As the city grew in wealth, its skyline became shaped by skyscrapers, some of which stood for decades as the tallest buildings in the world.

Some of the most iconic features of Manhattan include Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, One World Trade Center, and the largest Chinatown in the nation. There are an estimated 1,626,159 people living in Manhattan.

Public Resources

Metro Transportation Authority

New York Public Library

New York Fire Department


Why Choose Us

Dental Implant Complications

Dental Implant Complications

Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment, Second Edition