COVID-19 Update

Our practice is OPEN for Dental Emergencies. We are booking all non-emergency procedures after April 6th. To schedule a consultation, please contact our team

We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops, and we will closely follow the advice of local health care leaders, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO). You can participate in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands for 20 seconds or more, avoiding touching your face, and staying home if you feel sick. We are confident that we will get through this in good health and high spirits, and we look forward to seeing our clients again in the near future. To stay in touch with our team, send us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Uncompromising Excellence in Dental Care

A Personable and Respected Dentist

Meet Dr. Kevin Trotter

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Dr. Trotter is a second-generation dentist. He is an esteemed member of the dentistry community who mentors colleagues. Under his care, he will get to know you as a person in order to provide the best possible care.

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Hello, I'm Dr. Trotter. I grew up in Long Island. My father was a dentist, and we worked together for 10 years, and I really got to see the value that he created in people's lives and how they actually really appreciated what he did for them. And I had a new appreciation for him as a father and as a person, and I got a really strong feeling about the profession, and that's really what drew me into it. I was lucky enough to learn from him by spending 10 years with him in the practice, and changing the practice, and introducing him to all the technology that we had available to us, you know, that he didn't really have as much exposure to. I'm accredited with the International Congress of Implantologists. I'm actually a fellow with the ICOI. So, in addition to being a fellow with the ICOI, I'm also a mentor with the CEREC training program, and we do help other dentists, basically, institute and implement that technology in their practices. I like to work with my hands, and I like to work with computers and all that stuff, but I also like to work with people. So I make it really important to myself, and also to my staff, to understand that, you know, there's a human being attached to those teeth. So we try to get a feel for them as an individual. One of the first things we do is we ask them questions about themselves. What are their desires? How do they feel about themselves in terms of their smile? What are their previous experiences? What do they like to do for fun? And I like to develop that relationship with the patient.

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