Glenn Reit D.D.S.
212-517-9000 | www.reitdds.com
With a Touch of California Kindness A TRUE NEW YORK DENTIST
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
A Dentist for New Yorkers
My path to dentistry started with a realization that I enjoyed both medicine and working with my hands. As a teenager, I enjoyed and excelled in science classes. During my free time, I built wooden model ships, like the Cutty Sark and the USS Constitution. I also excelled in still and motion picture photography, which I have continued to pursue throughout my life. Dentistry provided me with a profession that combined science, manual dexterity, and creativity. Even better; dentistry gave me the opportunity to improve patients’ self esteem by giving them smiles to match their natural beauty. I’m extremely lucky to do something I love in the greatest city in the world. The focus of our practice has always been giving patients more in service value than they pay for. We aim to treat patients the way we’d like to be treated
I grew up in Great Neck, on the North Shore of Long Island, but my path to becoming a dentist included a few stops along the way. I graduated from Georgetown University and practiced in Los Angeles before opening my practice on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. While I’ve always been a New Yorker at heart; my time in D.C. and Los Angeles has influenced my personality in many ways. I picked up meditation many years back, which has offered me a sense of tranquility even amid the hustle of living and working in Manhattan. I would like to think the increased patience I learned living among those carefree Californians has influenced the way I approach patient care. We give every patient the attention they deserve, learning about their lives and creating a real relationship.
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Dr. Reit’s Favorite Things
ourselves. This means appointment times are honored and finances are transparent and fully explained. I also go out of my way to do the little things that make patients feel seen and heard. If you’ve had an operative procedure with us, you can expect a follow- up phone call from me, checking in and making sure you’re doing well. We don’t do these things because they set us apart from other practices; we do them because patients should be cared for. Going to the dentist may not be high on most people’s lists of favorite activities, including my own, but we strive to make the experience as comfortable and positive as possible. We want to provide you with an experience that’s worth raving about to friends and family members. To us, there’s no better sign that we are accomplishing our practice mission.
Glenn Reit, DDS
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