About Dr. Sharon Chass and her staff

Dr. Sharon Chass earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry at Binghamton University in 1980 and graduated with a doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1984. Twice during her career, Dr. Chass has spent time as an associate clinical instructor at NYU College of Dentistry and was admired and respected by students and faculty alike. She is an active member of the American Dental Association, the Dental Society of the State of New York, and the New York County Dental Society.

Kathy is at the front desk to greet every patient upon arrival. Kathy is a top-notch office manager and has over 20 years of experience working with dental insurance companies and human resources departments. She is internet-savvy and will answer your questions by contacting your insurance company directly for you either by phone, e-mail or fax. Kathy is also an expert at scheduling appointments and managing time. She will find exactly the right appointment time for you. In case the office is running a few minutes behind schedule, Kathy will call you to let you know to arrive a few minutes later than your scheduled appointment time. Make sure she has all of your phone numbers!

Jenny is our dental assistant who seats every patient and makes sure each one is perfectly comfortable. When she is not assisting Dr. Chass with procedures, Jenny spends most of the time keeping everything in the office clean and in perfect order. If any patient would like to have their smart phones or tablets charged, they can just ask Jenny. The office is equipped with iPhone, iPad and universal chargers.

Our Philosophy

In the office, Dr. Chass will spend the time to find out the reasons behind any dental problem that her patient might have. Fixing a broken tooth is not enough. Finding out why it broke and helping to prevent it from breaking again is just as important. Simply cleaning decay out of a cavity and filling the tooth is not enough. Finding out why the decay invaded the tooth and helping to make sure the same tooth does not decay again is key. With over 25 years of experience, with a thorough exam and by asking the right questions, Dr. Chass is able to give her patients a plan to prevent dental problems from occurring and recurring and that is why patients refer their friends and family to her for their dental care.