Parshin Dental | Persian Dentist in Staten Island, New York
Parshin Dental has been providing quality health care in New York City for more than 19 years.
Dr Alex Parshin and his team have built their cosmetic, restorative, and general dentistry practice on the philosophy that there is nothing more important than the comfort and well-being of the individual patient.
Every single person who walks through our doors is treated immediately like family, and his or her oral health is made the foremost priority of our team.
If you are unaccustomed to a dental experience that places you at the centre of attention at every stage of your treatment, then we invite you to discover the Parshin Dental difference for yourself.
From a highly trained and skilled dentist who genuinely cares about your needs and goals to advanced technology designed to make your treatment as pleasant and pain-free as possible, every element of our Brooklyn and Staten Island practice was meticulously planned with you, our patient, in mind.
We understand the importance of building a long-term relationship between our family and yours. This is why we base our relationships on mutual honesty, trust, and respect. You can rest assured that we will always recommend the most effective and conservative course of treatment possible to you and to every member of your family, from the youngest to the eldest.
You will never feel pressured to undergo an unnecessary procedure or made to feel judged for the state of your oral health. We want to be your trusted partners in oral health for a lifetime. Dentist in New York
Dr Parshin is a fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, which means that he has a level of implant training which exceeds that of most dentists.
He is also Invisalign® certified and Clears Correct™ certified, as well as a member of many prestigious professional organizations, including the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and the Academy of General Dentistry.
While the state of New York requires dentists to take a minimum of 20 continuing education credits each year to maintain their credentials, Dr Parshin averages 100 credits a year.