Jeffrey Ginsberg, DMD is a full-service pediatric dentist serving Yorktown Heights, NY and nearby Northern Westchester and Putnam County areas. Call 914-245-1670 to schedule your child’s first appointment.
About Dr. Ginsberg
“Dr. Jeff” has been a pediatric dentist for the past 35 years. He is a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. After earning his DMD at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, he completed his residency in pediatric dentistry at New York City’s Beth Israel Medical Center, where he was honored to be named Chief Resident. Dr. Jeff focuses on infants, kids, and teens, as well as children with special needs. He is a member of numerous dental societies and study clubs, and is a well-known advocate for children’s dental health, as well as a dedicated member of the local community. Voted Westchester’s top dentist a stunning 10 years in a row, Dr. Jeff spends his off time with his wife and daughters, traveling, reading, or exercising. He is also passionate about music and the arts.
About Our Practice
We work hard to provide for all of your child’s dental health needs under a single roof. We offer a complimentary Well Baby Visit for all children 2 years of age or below, and we are trained and experienced in special needs pediatric dentistry.
Our Services: Our services run the gamut from diagnostic and preventive care through simple and complex restorative care. We also provide aesthetic services for kids and teens whose teeth are healthy but have cosmetic imperfections. In addition, we believe in early orthodontic screenings, and we provide interceptive orthodontics if required.
Invisalign: Designed as “the clear alternative to braces,” Invisalign uses a series of comfortable, nearly invisible aligners to gently move teeth. The removable aligners allow patients to eat and perform oral hygiene as normal, and appointments are needed just once every four to six weeks. There are no rough edges or metal pieces to cut or scrape the mouth and tongue.
Dental Emergencies: Dental emergencies can be terrifying for parents as well as kids. Fortunately, though, most emergencies are easily solved with prompt attention. During office hours, call our office promptly and we will arrange to see you and your child immediately. After hours, call our office for instructions. Of course, for severe or life-threatening emergencies, it is best to call 911 or head directly to the emergency room.