Dr. David Seligman is a certified orthodontic specialist. He attended Hopkins Prep School in New Haven, Connecticut followed by Syracuse University achieving his Bachelor of Sciences degree in 1990. He then attended dental school at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine graduating with top honors in 1994. Upon completing dental school Dr. Seligman applied and was accepted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center Division of Orthodontics. He completed his 3 year residency in 1997 and has been dedicated to private practice orthodontics ever since.
Orthodontic care has advanced greatly as dental technologies continue to improve. With treatment from Dr. David Seligman in his Park Avenue practice in the heart of New York City, you can see exactly how far orthodontic care has improved for exceptional aesthetics and patient convenience. Offering treatments such as Invisalign, Incognito Braces, and Damon Braces, Dr. Seligman provides a complete continuum of innovative orthodontic care for children, teens, and adults.
From the east, take FDR Drive south to exit 14. Continue onto FDR Drive, and turn right onto E. 96 th St. Turn left onto Lexington Ave., and make a right onto E. 79 th St. Turn left at the first cross street onto Park Ave., and you will see us on the right.
From the west, take NY-9A N/12 th Ave to the W. 79 th St. exit. Merge onto W. 79 th St., and turn left onto Amsterdam Ave. Turn right at the second cross street onto W. 81 st St. Continue onto the 79 th St. Transverse. Turn right onto Park Ave., and you will see us on the right.
New York City is the iconic American metropolis, with some of the most notable landmarks in the nation. Manhattan is the most densely populated borough of the city, which contains some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world. There are more than 8 million people living in New York City, and Manhattan alone accounts for nearly 2 million.
While Manhattan is a densely populated urban area, it does also have about 18% of its land dedicated to parks, most notably Central Park, which covers about 843 acres. The Financial District is the most important economic sector of the city in Manhattan, which includes the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ.