Jessica A.Pandich, DDS, has built a career around providing patients with the highest quality dental care, with a focus on compassionate, individualized service. She began her education at SUNY Binghamton, earning her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Studio Art. She went on to earn her DDS from the New York College of Dentistry before completing a one-year general practice residency and 3-year prosthodontic residency at the Manhattan VA hospital.
Now in private practice at Cosmetic and Reconstructive Dentistry of New York, Dr. Jessica A. Pandich is proud to be the chosen dental care provider for many patients in and around Midtown Manhattan, near Bryant Park and Grand Central in New York City, and understands the trust placed into her hands when patients seek out her care. She believes that education is a lifelong process, and is committed to remaining grounded in the academic side of dentistry. To that end, she seeks continuing education in various aspects of cosmetic and restorative dentistry and works as an Associate Professor in the Implant and Periodontal Department of NYU College of Dentistry. In her free time, Dr. Pandich enjoys spending time with her 2 young children and husband, skiing and painting.
What is a Prosthodontist?
A Prosthodontist is a dental specialist, recognized by the American Dental Association, who focuses on cosmetics and functional reconstruction and/or replacement of missing, broken or discolored teeth and tissues with natural-looking substitutes such as crowns, bridges, veneers, dentures and implant prostheses.
After the completion of dental school, prosthodontists undergo three additional years of rigorous specialized training. This training gives prosthodontists the expertise required to understand smile dynamics, the ability to preserve and recreate a healthy mouth and the extensive laboratory skills in order to expertly handle the materials used to restore and replace teeth.
A prosthodontist is dedicated to the highest standards of care in the restoration and replacement of teeth.