Dr. Fay is a graduate of Georgetown University and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She has attained a fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry, a designation only about 6 percent of general dentists in the U.S. and Canada achieve.
Dr. Fay has completed a mastership in Biomimetic Dentistry with the Alleman Center and furthered her studies of biomimetic dentistry with Dr. Simone Deliperi. Additionally, Dr. Fay has received advanced training from prestigious dental institutes such as the Pankey Institute and the Dawson Academy. These institutes have equipped her with specialized knowledge in comprehensive care, occlusion, aesthetics, sleep apnea, and TMJ treatments.
One of Dr. Fay's passions lies in preserving and protecting natural tooth structure. She takes pride in reconstructing teeth that may have traditionally required root canal or extraction, employing biomimetic dentistry principles to fabricate long-lasting, life-like restorations that seal and safeguard the tooth. Driven by her expertise in digital dentistry, she can digitally simulate a patient's bite and offer her patients a more comprehensive understanding of their preventive care options. Her exceptional skills in aesthetics and smile design, along with her certification as an Invisalign provider, allow her to integrate cosmetic dentistry seamlessly into her treatment modalities.
She takes a comprehensive and personalized approach to dental care.
16 Old Riverhead Road, Westhampton Beach, NY, USA
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