Dr. Michael P Gelbart DDS

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Family Dental Group is a four-location group dental practice providing high quality dental care through the Hudson Valley in Brewster, Fishkill, Jefferson Valley and New York City since 1980. We seek to provide our patients affordable and professional care, in a family-friendly, patient-oriented environment. We cover essentially all specialty areas ensuring a full spectrum of care for our patients including general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. We participate in most dental insurance plans. We enjoy knowing our patients, and providing patient care in a gentle and pleasant manner, with a healthy dose of fun whenever possible. Our providers focus on calming the fears many people experience when going to the dentist. Patient comfort, while providing the highest quality care, is our priority.
  • 1620 New York Route 22

    Brewster, NY 10509

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  • 845-279-4999

About Dr. Michael P Gelbart DDS

Categories
  • Dental Clinics
  • Dentists
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Pediatric Dentists
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Invisialign
  • Tooth Cleaning
  • Tooth Extraction
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Tooth Whitening
Hours
Monday: 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Health & Medical

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I've been taking my child to this office for orthodontic work. I'm very pleased with the progress and the staff.

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I've been taking my child to this office for orthodontic work. I'm very pleased with the progress and the staff.

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Dr. Gelbart did my braces as well as my brother's. The office was always impeccably clean and all of the staff members are energetic and engaging. The atmosphere is very kid-friendly, but there are also many adult patients. There was never more than a 15 minute wait to be seated in the chair and every visit was quick. The results were perfect and I have never spoken with anyone who had a bad experience with Dr. Gelbart!

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Dr. Gelbart did my braces as well as my brother's. The office was always impeccably clean and all of the staff members are energetic and engaging. The atmosphere is very kid-friendly, but there are also many adult patients. There was never more than a 15 minute wait to be seated in the chair and every visit was quick. The results were perfect and I have never spoken with anyone who had a bad experience with Dr. Gelbart!

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I'm always super anxious when going to I go to the dentist but Dr. Gelbart but me at ease. His relaxing demeanor made me forget I was in there for surgery!

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I'm always super anxious when going to I go to the dentist but Dr. Gelbart but me at ease. His relaxing demeanor made me forget I was in there for surgery!

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This office staff is cheerful and considerate. The dental hygienist, Jackie, is friendly and professional with the greatest touch. She took the time to explain the procedure and we even laughed a little. Dr. Gelbart was relaxed and professional as well. The staff seems to be a well-knit team that genuinely cares about the patients.

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This office staff is cheerful and considerate. The dental hygienist, Jackie, is friendly and professional with the greatest touch. She took the time to explain the procedure and we even laughed a little. Dr. Gelbart was relaxed and professional as well. The staff seems to be a well-knit team that genuinely cares about the patients.

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I always get greeted with a smile and always get great care here. I don't think I've had any more than 2 cavities total in my life. My annual teeth cleaning have always pleasant as well.

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I always get greeted with a smile and always get great care here. I don't think I've had any more than 2 cavities total in my life. My annual teeth cleaning have always pleasant as well.

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I was a very anxious patient with gum issues that needed surgery and Dr. Kesselman & Dr. Gelbart got me through surgery and a crown beautifully. I am no longer nervous to come to the dentist! What a great group of people.

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I was a very anxious patient with gum issues that needed surgery and Dr. Kesselman & Dr. Gelbart got me through surgery and a crown beautifully. I am no longer nervous to come to the dentist! What a great group of people.

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Michael Gelbart is a general dentist with Family Dental Group. He has been in practice over 20 years. He is knowledgeable in implantology. He is very thorough, and his staff is knowledgeable. I have been a patient of his for over 15 years and am very comfortable with the treatment he provides. I would recommend him.

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Michael Gelbart is a general dentist with Family Dental Group. He has been in practice over 20 years. He is knowledgeable in implantology. He is very thorough, and his staff is knowledgeable. I have been a patient of his for over 15 years and am very comfortable with the treatment he provides. I would recommend him.

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It has been at least a month now since I've had the benefit of my new implants, and with this test of time I am happy to report that I'm an exceedingly happy client. From the day the 2 molar crowns were placed they felt completely natural in my mouth and the fit was so good there was none of the discomfort I anticipated having to adjust to. They look great and feel great.
Dr. Gelbart went through the effort and extra time, at his inconvenience, to ensure only the best results.
All the work that went behind making those crowns possible - from extraction to posts, he executed with seeming effortlessness and very reassuring perfection and gentleness. That he did all this for the best prices I could find in the Hudson Valley is a testament to the altruistic spirit of giving he brings to his work.
I highly recommend Dr. Gelbart and his friendly and competent team.

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It has been at least a month now since I've had the benefit of my new implants, and with this test of time I am happy to report that I'm an exceedingly happy client. From the day the 2 molar crowns were placed they felt completely natural in my mouth and the fit was so good there was none of the discomfort I anticipated having to adjust to. They look great and feel great.
Dr. Gelbart went through the effort and extra time, at his inconvenience, to ensure only the best results.
All the work that went behind making those crowns possible - from extraction to posts, he executed with seeming effortlessness and very reassuring perfection and gentleness. That he did all this for the best prices I could find in the Hudson Valley is a testament to the altruistic spirit of giving he brings to his work.
I highly recommend Dr. Gelbart and his friendly and competent team.

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THEY HAVE DRILLED MANY TEETH THAT THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE - THEY TOOK OUT A WISDOM TOOTH HALF WAY THEN I HAD TO DRIVE TO ANOTHER DENTIST TO FINISH AS THEY COULD NOT DO IT - THEY WANTED TO PUT CROWNS ON EVERY TOOTH JUST TO GET PAID AND I LET THEM DO A FEW, NOT AWARE THEY SHOULD HAVE NEVER TOUCHED THEM!!! THEY PUT A CROWN IN ONE TOOTH. RIGHT AFTER DOING IT, I SAID THE FLOSS GETS STUCK AND IT DOESN'T FEEL RIGHT, BUT I KEPT GOING BACK COMPLAINING AND THEY SAID IT WAS FINE --- I FELT PAIN IN THAT TOOTH AND WENT SOMEWHERE ELSE ONLY TO FIND IT WAS DONE SO POORLY IT CAUSED A CAVITY AND NOW NEEDS ROOT CANAL -- I CALLED THE OFFICE TO COMPLAIN AND WAS TOLD Dr. GELBART WOULD CALL ME BACK AND TO DATE (JUNE 8, 2009) I AM STILL WAITING--I WAS TOLD BY EVERY PERSON THAT ANSWERS THE PHONE, AND I CALL EVERYDAY-THAT THEY GAVE HIM THE MESSAGE BUT HE HAS NEVER CALLED ME BACK-HE KNOWS HE IS GUILTY BUT WON'T TAKE RESPONSIBILTY FOR THE DISASTER HE CAUSED--I sent faxes no answers, called no answer! wake up gelbart and take responsibility for your ways and your workers also.

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THEY HAVE DRILLED MANY TEETH THAT THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE - THEY TOOK OUT A WISDOM TOOTH HALF WAY THEN I HAD TO DRIVE TO ANOTHER DENTIST TO FINISH AS THEY COULD NOT DO IT - THEY WANTED TO PUT CROWNS ON EVERY TOOTH JUST TO GET PAID AND I LET THEM DO A FEW, NOT AWARE THEY SHOULD HAVE NEVER TOUCHED THEM!!! THEY PUT A CROWN IN ONE TOOTH. RIGHT AFTER DOING IT, I SAID THE FLOSS GETS STUCK AND IT DOESN'T FEEL RIGHT, BUT I KEPT GOING BACK COMPLAINING AND THEY SAID IT WAS FINE --- I FELT PAIN IN THAT TOOTH AND WENT SOMEWHERE ELSE ONLY TO FIND IT WAS DONE SO POORLY IT CAUSED A CAVITY AND NOW NEEDS ROOT CANAL -- I CALLED THE OFFICE TO COMPLAIN AND WAS TOLD Dr. GELBART WOULD CALL ME BACK AND TO DATE (JUNE 8, 2009) I AM STILL WAITING--I WAS TOLD BY EVERY PERSON THAT ANSWERS THE PHONE, AND I CALL EVERYDAY-THAT THEY GAVE HIM THE MESSAGE BUT HE HAS NEVER CALLED ME BACK-HE KNOWS HE IS GUILTY BUT WON'T TAKE RESPONSIBILTY FOR THE DISASTER HE CAUSED--I sent faxes no answers, called no answer! wake up gelbart and take responsibility for your ways and your workers also.

Cons: Dishonest. Always selling unneeded denal services.

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They will basically tell you alot of work needs to be done-whch you if check somewhere else it wont be necessary. They did so much work in my mouth that was not needed and some of it they could not even complete so i had to drive somewhere else with my mouth bleeding and stitches and another oral surgeon finished. they did a crown on a tooth that should not have-i stated right away floss gets stuck it it felt terrible - they said its fine. i went somewhere else and was now told i needed root canal-it needed to be redone and was done horribly. their plan was to basically crown every tooth in my mouth just because my plan would have paid!!THEY JUST WANT YOUR MONEY. PLEASE BEWARE-much more but too many neg. to mention

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They will basically tell you alot of work needs to be done-whch you if check somewhere else it wont be necessary. They did so much work in my mouth that was not needed and some of it they could not even complete so i had to drive somewhere else with my mouth bleeding and stitches and another oral surgeon finished. they did a crown on a tooth that should not have-i stated right away floss gets stuck it it felt terrible - they said its fine. i went somewhere else and was now told i needed root canal-it needed to be redone and was done horribly. their plan was to basically crown every tooth in my mouth just because my plan would have paid!!THEY JUST WANT YOUR MONEY. PLEASE BEWARE-much more but too many neg. to mention

Pros: ABSOLUTELY NONE

Cons: you will have your teeth destroyed

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Beware of Family Dental !!!

At best, Family Dental misdiagnosed me. At worst, they lied to me. This is outrageous for anyone in the medical profession. I wish someone would investigate them. Family Dental is basically a giant dental mill that works on volume. They seem to try and sell patients on crowns (instead of a standard filling) or they try to sell you on more costly periodontal maintenance every three months (instead of a basic cleaning twice a year). In my case, they said I needed both. Family Dental said I needed a crown and periodontal maintenance.

I questioned this so I decided to see another dentist and get another opinion, but I didn't tell the new dentist everything that Family Dental had recommended. The second opinion dentist and dental hygienist then gave me a phenomenal cleaning. Probably the best cleaning I've ever received. The dental hygienist actually spent 1 1/2 hours cleaning my teeth. They told me this was standard procedure for any new first time patient. In contrast, the dental hygienist at Family Dental spent approximately 20 minutes measuring the plaque on my teeth, but she didn't really clean it. She scraped my teeth a bit, but she was mostly taking measurements of my plaque and simply writing the figures down. I couldn't believe it.

Let me also say that I really take care of my teeth. I diligently brush and floss thoroughly. So when Family Dental said I needed periodontal maintenance and a crown, my gut feeling was that something was very wrong at Family Dental.

As mentioned, my second opinion dentist ended up being very thorough, and he told me that I definitely didn't need periodontal maintenance. The older filling that Family Dental wanted to replace with a crown was also fully intact. In other words, I did not need a crown. I then told the second opinion dentist what Family Dental had told me, and the second opinion dentist said he was not surprised. He took another look and confirmed that the filling was fine. He then went on to say that he'd treated other patients from Family Dental that came in with problems caused by Family Dental. This seems corroborated by other negative reviews on this page.

In short, Family Dental seems very big on expensive crowns when a standard filling is all you need. According to what I've heard (and see on this page), Family Dental doesn't always do very good work. In my case, the second opinion dentist confirmed what my original dentist told me (before I ever went to Family Dental). My retired dentist said my fillings were intact. He told me my gums and teeth were healthy. "Keep up the good work," he'd always say about my flossing.

So stay away from Family Dental, but if you have to use Family Dental, question what they tell you. If they want to put in a crown, get a second opinion. And if they want to put you on a quarterly periodontal maintenance schedule (every three months, which is more expensive than regular dental cleanings) question this too. Did you ever need periodontal maintenance before? Why would you suddenly need this at Family Dental?

Who wants unnecessary dental work?

Once again, Family Dental said I needed an $800.00 crown when my filling was still intact.They also told me I needed periodontal maintenance when my gums and teeth were healthy. I'm angry, because I almost believed Family Dental. I almost didn't get a second opinion, but I'm glad I did.

So, beware of Family Dental.

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Beware of Family Dental !!!

At best, Family Dental misdiagnosed me. At worst, they lied to me. This is outrageous for anyone in the medical profession. I wish someone would investigate them. Family Dental is basically a giant dental mill that works on volume. They seem to try and sell patients on crowns (instead of a standard filling) or they try to sell you on more costly periodontal maintenance every three months (instead of a basic cleaning twice a year). In my case, they said I needed both. Family Dental said I needed a crown and periodontal maintenance.

I questioned this so I decided to see another dentist and get another opinion, but I didn't tell the new dentist everything that Family Dental had recommended. The second opinion dentist and dental hygienist then gave me a phenomenal cleaning. Probably the best cleaning I've ever received. The dental hygienist actually spent 1 1/2 hours cleaning my teeth. They told me this was standard procedure for any new first time patient. In contrast, the dental hygienist at Family Dental spent approximately 20 minutes measuring the plaque on my teeth, but she didn't really clean it. She scraped my teeth a bit, but she was mostly taking measurements of my plaque and simply writing the figures down. I couldn't believe it.

Let me also say that I really take care of my teeth. I diligently brush and floss thoroughly. So when Family Dental said I needed periodontal maintenance and a crown, my gut feeling was that something was very wrong at Family Dental.

As mentioned, my second opinion dentist ended up being very thorough, and he told me that I definitely didn't need periodontal maintenance. The older filling that Family Dental wanted to replace with a crown was also fully intact. In other words, I did not need a crown. I then told the second opinion dentist what Family Dental had told me, and the second opinion dentist said he was not surprised. He took another look and confirmed that the filling was fine. He then went on to say that he'd treated other patients from Family Dental that came in with problems caused by Family Dental. This seems corroborated by other negative reviews on this page.

In short, Family Dental seems very big on expensive crowns when a standard filling is all you need. According to what I've heard (and see on this page), Family Dental doesn't always do very good work. In my case, the second opinion dentist confirmed what my original dentist told me (before I ever went to Family Dental). My retired dentist said my fillings were intact. He told me my gums and teeth were healthy. "Keep up the good work," he'd always say about my flossing.

So stay away from Family Dental, but if you have to use Family Dental, question what they tell you. If they want to put in a crown, get a second opinion. And if they want to put you on a quarterly periodontal maintenance schedule (every three months, which is more expensive than regular dental cleanings) question this too. Did you ever need periodontal maintenance before? Why would you suddenly need this at Family Dental?

Who wants unnecessary dental work?

Once again, Family Dental said I needed an $800.00 crown when my filling was still intact.They also told me I needed periodontal maintenance when my gums and teeth were healthy. I'm angry, because I almost believed Family Dental. I almost didn't get a second opinion, but I'm glad I did.

So, beware of Family Dental.

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I was in Sales in my younger years, so I know when I'm being "pitched." That being said, my visit to Family Dentistry was very disappointing. I've now spoken to others who seem to share a similar experience. Let me explain.

My appointment for a dental cleaning was followed by an examination with the dentist. From the moment you see the dental hygienist, however, I noticed a subtle "sales-oriented" approach that becomes more and more pronounced as things proceed. In short, the dental hygienist spent significantly more time measuring the plaque on my teeth than cleaning it. This seemed a bit unusual since I've had many dental cleanings over the last 40+ years (and these always require periodic pauses where I rinse my mouth with the adjacent self-filling water cup). Again, at Family Dentistry, the dental hygienist spent more time measuring than cleaning. She also told me several times that I was a "good candidate" for periodontal maintenance.

Unfortunately, Family Dentistry seems far too motivated in "selling" you additional dental services. They will even tell you "..we're very big on periodontal maintenance here." This procedure, however, requires another visit for a periodontal cleaning (which is not fully covered by insurance) -- but I would not have been opposed to having an extra periodontal cleaning had the initial cleaning been more than mediocre and cursory. I went to Family Dental for a dental cleaning. Not a "pre-sell" for other services.

After my 30 minute "cleaning," I was also seen by the dentist who reinforced the need for periodontal maintenance. But it seems that most people are referred for this service. I now know several other people who have periodontal maintenance done at Family Dentistry (which apparently requires the application of antibiotics into the gums). In addition, Family Dental has also been known to recommend a crown rather than a filling -- but sometimes a less costly filling will do quite nicely when a crown is recommended. In short, crowns are considerably more expensive. Although insurance usually covers only 50% of the cost, you won't know this until after the crown procedure is completed and insurance is billed.

When I ultimately voiced my concerns, I was actually told that Family Dentistry was now owned by a corporation, and the corporate office had recently mandated that all dental cleanings should be reduced to 30 minutes. I was surprised by this. I've never had a cleaning that was less than 45 minutes to an hour (or longer). A thorough cleaning will take that long. All in all, my teeth were not properly cleaned and after talking with others who go to Family Dentistry, many have commented that they also didn't feel that same "just-cleaned" feeling that they've experienced after previous visits with other dentists.

Bottom line, Family Dentistry has an enormous financial overhead. They have high rent offices located in highly visible shopping center frontages. They also conduct a lot of expensive advertising and have a very large staff of employees. These things cost money. A lot of money. Unfortunately, a large overhead also means they need to obtain significant patient revenue before they break-even.

That being said, a subtle sales-oriented approach does exist at Family Dentistry. You will even notice that they may try to sell you a "special" $10.00 bottle of mouthwash when you leave. After all, Family Dentistry has to break-even before they make a profit. And the new corporate owners are looking for a profit.

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I was in Sales in my younger years, so I know when I'm being "pitched." That being said, my visit to Family Dentistry was very disappointing. I've now spoken to others who seem to share a similar experience. Let me explain.

My appointment for a dental cleaning was followed by an examination with the dentist. From the moment you see the dental hygienist, however, I noticed a subtle "sales-oriented" approach that becomes more and more pronounced as things proceed. In short, the dental hygienist spent significantly more time measuring the plaque on my teeth than cleaning it. This seemed a bit unusual since I've had many dental cleanings over the last 40+ years (and these always require periodic pauses where I rinse my mouth with the adjacent self-filling water cup). Again, at Family Dentistry, the dental hygienist spent more time measuring than cleaning. She also told me several times that I was a "good candidate" for periodontal maintenance.

Unfortunately, Family Dentistry seems far too motivated in "selling" you additional dental services. They will even tell you "..we're very big on periodontal maintenance here." This procedure, however, requires another visit for a periodontal cleaning (which is not fully covered by insurance) -- but I would not have been opposed to having an extra periodontal cleaning had the initial cleaning been more than mediocre and cursory. I went to Family Dental for a dental cleaning. Not a "pre-sell" for other services.

After my 30 minute "cleaning," I was also seen by the dentist who reinforced the need for periodontal maintenance. But it seems that most people are referred for this service. I now know several other people who have periodontal maintenance done at Family Dentistry (which apparently requires the application of antibiotics into the gums). In addition, Family Dental has also been known to recommend a crown rather than a filling -- but sometimes a less costly filling will do quite nicely when a crown is recommended. In short, crowns are considerably more expensive. Although insurance usually covers only 50% of the cost, you won't know this until after the crown procedure is completed and insurance is billed.

When I ultimately voiced my concerns, I was actually told that Family Dentistry was now owned by a corporation, and the corporate office had recently mandated that all dental cleanings should be reduced to 30 minutes. I was surprised by this. I've never had a cleaning that was less than 45 minutes to an hour (or longer). A thorough cleaning will take that long. All in all, my teeth were not properly cleaned and after talking with others who go to Family Dentistry, many have commented that they also didn't feel that same "just-cleaned" feeling that they've experienced after previous visits with other dentists.

Bottom line, Family Dentistry has an enormous financial overhead. They have high rent offices located in highly visible shopping center frontages. They also conduct a lot of expensive advertising and have a very large staff of employees. These things cost money. A lot of money. Unfortunately, a large overhead also means they need to obtain significant patient revenue before they break-even.

That being said, a subtle sales-oriented approach does exist at Family Dentistry. You will even notice that they may try to sell you a "special" $10.00 bottle of mouthwash when you leave. After all, Family Dentistry has to break-even before they make a profit. And the new corporate owners are looking for a profit.

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The staff seems very thorough and efficient. Relative to other dentists, there's a bit less discomfort than I've experienced with some others. The dentist and the rest of the staff are friendly, and understand the fact that you can't really make small talk with their hands in your mouth. When I had my fillings, it was a pleasant experience (at least as far as getting fillings CAN be)-they played music and offered to turn on the television to keep my mind off of whatever they were doing. They seem to be a bit busy though, and it can be difficult to make appointments that are convenient for you sometimes, but overall I've had a positive experience with this place.

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The staff seems very thorough and efficient. Relative to other dentists, there's a bit less discomfort than I've experienced with some others. The dentist and the rest of the staff are friendly, and understand the fact that you can't really make small talk with their hands in your mouth. When I had my fillings, it was a pleasant experience (at least as far as getting fillings CAN be)-they played music and offered to turn on the television to keep my mind off of whatever they were doing. They seem to be a bit busy though, and it can be difficult to make appointments that are convenient for you sometimes, but overall I've had a positive experience with this place.

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More about Dr. Michael P Gelbart DDS

Dr. Gelbart graduated from New York University in 1975 with a B.S. degree, and went on to graduate from the New York University School of Dentistry in 1979. In 1980 he established Family Dental Centers in upstate New York, creating practice groups in Poughkeepsie, Fishkill, Brewster, Yonkers, Yorktown Heights and Manhattan. Dr. Gelbart is a former NYU Clinical Assistant Professor, having trained NYU dental students for more than seven years. His continuing dental and medical practice education includes attendance at numerous symposiums and educational forums in implants, sinus lifts and bone augmentation at NYU and The Connecticut Implant Institute. He has also attended practice seminars in the rescue and repair of implants and implant-blades. In 2008, he attended the prestigious Vegas Institute for Cosmetic and Neuromuscular Dentistry. Dr. Gelbart focuses on keeping up-to-date with all of the latest advancements in dentistry and medical technology, enabling him to practice at the highest level of dentistry and provide the best quality of care in the field. His expertise ranges from the most challenging cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments to the most complicated dental surgeries performed today. Since placing his first implant in 1991, Dr. Gelbart has been called on to place over 20,000 implants for patients in the US and abroad, with an extremely impressive record of success. His love and enthusiasm for dentistry, along with his amazing skills, have made him a model that his peers emulate and a consummate dental professional.

 

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