There are dentists who live up to the stereotype, which scares some people, and then there are these guys and gals. For a more enjoyable oral hygiene check up, see who Long Island voted best dentist.
Dr. David R. Scharf of Babylon Won Best Dentist on Long Island!
Dr. David R. Scharf
98 E. Main St.
98 E. Main St.
Patient care bears the greatest importance to Dr. Scharf. Long waits, old magazines, rigid hygienists, and brutal procedures have no place in Dr. Scharf’s office. Oh, no, he makes sure that you have the most pleasant experience possible. And patients have realized this. Letters of thanks and gratitude cover Scharf’s website. Add your letter to the list.
2nd Place – Dr. Mike Abramowitz, 98 S. Oyster Bay Rd., Syosset. 516-496-2111.
Dr. Abramowitz works at Syosset Family Dentistry right on South Oyster Bay Road. The Syosset native and University of Pennsylvania alum has been a member of the American Dental Association, New York State Dental Society, and Nassau County Dental Society for the past 28 years and has taken over 600 hours of continuing education courses.
3rd Place - Dr. Emily Halpern, 70 Glen Cove Rd., Ste. 304, Roslyn Heights. 516-621-2323. www.longislandimplants.com
She may be young, but Dr. Halpern has plenty of experience. After graduating from Binghamton Universityin ‘96, she completed a one year residency in general dentistry at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, focusing primarily on oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Halpern also taught oral surgery to the dental students and residents at the State University of Stony Brook Hospital, Northport Veterans Adminstration Hospital, in addition to Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Halpern specializes in dental implants, but she is quite familiar with facial trauma, dentofacial deformities, cysts and tumors, and impacted or erupted teeth.