General, Cosmetic, Implant, & Emergency Dentistry of Long Island, NY

Welcome to Shine Dental Associates of the North Shore, located in Syosset, Long Island.

Our goal is to provide patients a balance of value, personalized care, and clinical excellence.

We offer the latest dental technology, quality materials, and easy to understand treatment options in a comfortable and elegant setting.

You will find the atmosphere of our office to be efficient and friendly. We are eager to share our extensive knowledge and experience with you and provide you with the information you need in order to maintain excellent oral health.

Call Our Office in Case of a Dental Emergency and
Get Urgent Services From Our Dentists…

(516) 348-2000

We are always willing to discuss the benefits, advantages or risks of the different treatments we offer. It is our goal to provide the best treatments and care for your long-term dental health.

Our specialist and general dentists utilize the latest technology in the placement and restoration of dental implants, and for cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, and sleep apnea treatments.

We have an on-site laboratory, which allows us to offer same day teeth replacement, denture repairs and relines while you relax in our luxurious office.

Our approach to dentistry is simple: we create beautiful smiles that last a lifetime!

Please call our office at (516) 348-8500 in case of emergency dental care to get urgent services from our dentists.

 


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