Smiles 4 A Lifetime is a premiere Manhattan dental practice serving patients in our office, conveniently located near Grand Central Station. Drs. Neil Berman and Andrew Lermer are thrilled to meet you, and, along with their entire team, are dedicated to providing quality care that’s personalized to your needs. Our practice offers comprehensive care, including cosmetic, family, and implant dentistry. We have a particular focus on oral rehabilitation, including maintaining oral health from childhood into adulthood and replacing lost, missing or damaged teeth in older patients.
We want our patients to feel that they have found a dental home for life. We strive to provide you with personalized, long-term care instead of “patchwork” dentistry. We offer comprehensive consultations, thorough examinations, and customized treatment plans unique to each patient. Our goal is to work with you to create and maintain healthy teeth so you can enjoy good dental health, a beautiful smile, and increased self-confidence throughout your life.
Dr. Neil graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1987 and entered Stony Brook Dental School immediately thereafter. He graduated at the top of his class in 1991 and took a hospital-based General Practice Residency position at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Long Island.Read More
Dr. Lermer received his DDS degree at SUNY Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine. He continued his post-doctorate training at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset. Dr. Lermer is committed to a lifelong pursuit of education and to providing the very best for his patients.Read More
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