Dr. Sara is a hospital and university trained specialist in pediatric dentistry. With over 20 years of experience, she has the unique qualifications to treat your child in the most professional, yet friendly manner. She continues to update her techniques building on her vast knowledge in the field of pediatric dentistry, not relying on current fads. She is conversant on the most advanced treatment that are scientifically based and clinically proven. Most importantly, Dr. Sara will personally greet and treat your child and personally discuss optimal care for your child. Dr. Sara Babich was fortunate to realize early on her career that treating the pediatric population was a natural fit for her. This allowed Dr. Sara to incorporate her artistic and whimsical talents with the precision and fine detail required in Pediatric Dentistry. Her rapport and ease in speaking with children and parents make the dental visit a comforting one for the child and parent alike.
Dr. Sara completed both a general practice residency and pediatric dental specialty residency in major New York teaching hospitals. She has published several papers in peer reviewed journals. She is currently an Attending with operating room privileges at Lenox Hill Hospital. This is especially helpful for the treatment of children with speciali needs who may require anesthesia for dental procedures.
Dr. Sara is a member of many advanced dental study club groups including being a past president of the Dental Study Club of New York, as well as being inducted into the prestigious New York Academy of Dentistry. She is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the New York Dental Association, and the New York County Dental Society.
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Pediatric Dentistry: Dr. Sara B. Babich, DDS
116 E 84th St,
New York, NY 10028
Carnegie Hill | Yorkville | Lenox Hill | Upper East Side | Midtown Manhattan
10029 | 10028 | 10021| 10044, 10065, 10075, 10128 | 10022
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New York University DDS 1996
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