I always wanted to be a dentist and have never looked back.  I love being a dentist and helping my patients.  Dentistry allows me to help with the pain of a problem tooth or infection.  It allows me to fix a smile.  It allows me to improve my patient’s health and well-being and to better enjoy their life.  Having my own office allows me to spend quality time with each patient, getting to know them, and to address any questions or concerns they have.  I realize that going to the dentist is traumatic for some and I pride myself on making sure each patient has the calm, comfortable and positive experience that they deserve.  I value relationship building and I am proud that my office is based upon families and referrals of friends and family members.  I truly enjoy the daily interactions and experience of treating patients and being attentive of their individual needs.  I understand that communication with my patients is an important factor in providing good care.  I spend the time with each patient to answer any questions, to make them feel comfortable and to ensure that they are fully aware of all treatment options.  My priority is patient service and providing a positive and relaxing environment while at the same time offering high quality dental care.


I have been practicing on Long Island since 1999.  I have experience in all phases of dentistry, including restorative and cosmetic dentistry.  I graduated from State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, completing my Doctoral Degree of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1999.  I am current with the most recent advances in dental technology.  I am an Invisalign provider and a member of the American Dental Association, the New York Dental Association, and the Nassau County Dental Society.


I have lived in the Woodbury area for many years with my wife Kristy, and our three children, Dillon, Carly and Chloe.  When not in the office, you will find me coaching my children or spending personal time with my family and friends.  I enjoy working out, playing basketball and remaining physically fit.  Residing so close to the office allows me to remain a constant force in my family’s life but at the same time, also allows me to dedicate the time and attention that each and every one of my patients deserve.