Smiles 4 A Lifetime has been the premiere dental practice serving the Five Towns community and its surrounding neighborhoods on Long Island for the last four decades. We have also been treating patients in Manhattan for the last few years and are thrilled to be located near Grand Central Station.
Our comprehensive practice specializes in cosmetic, family and implant dentistry, with a focus on oral rehabilitation. This includes maintaining oral health from childhood into adulthood, and replacing lost, missing or damaged teeth in older patients.
We want your dentist to be a part of your lifelong choice. We strive to provide our patients with ideal, personalized, long-term care instead of “patchwork” dentistry. We offer comprehensive consultations, thorough examinations and customized treatment plans for each and every new or current patient. In this way we can work with you to create and maintain healthy teeth throughout your life – so you can enjoy good dental health, a beautiful smile and increased self-confidence.
Dr. Neil graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1987 and entered Stony Brook Dental School immediately thereafter. He graduated at the top of his class in 1991 and took a hospital-based General Practice Residency position at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Long Island.Read More
Dr. Mandel recently joined our practice after relocating from Miami Beach FL to get married and settle in Long Island. He grew up outside of Boston and attended Tufts Dental School, where he earned his DMD degree. While at Tufts, Dr. Mandel served as Head Teaching Assistant, ran the 2012 Boston Marathon with the Tufts Marathon Team, and received two awards upon graduating: The Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. Kazis Endowed Prize Fund in Crown and Bridge; and The Dr. Frank Susi, DG67, Endowed Prize Fund for Future Dental Academics.Read More
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