Rimma Sheshelovskaya, Dentist
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Rimma Sheshelovskaya


101 E 79th St New York NY, 10075


Rimma Sheshelovsky, DDS is a graduate of the New York University College of Dentistry. She has an extensive background in all phases of general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry as well as modern orthodontics. Dr. Sheshelovsky has been serving the Greater New York area for over 22 years.

A combination of many years of dental clinical experience with thousands of hours of continuing education allows her to achieve successful smile restorations, makeovers, and rehabilitation highly regarded by her patients.

At Revitta Smile, our skilled dentists serve patients throughout New York, NY, and beyond, offering a wide range of services to restore the function and appearance of each smile, including a selection of advanced oral surgeries. Whether you need an emergency tooth extraction or cosmetic smile improvement, you can trust our modern New York dentistry to deliver complete oral health care.


Education and Training

New York University College DDS 1993

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Areas of expertise and specialization

Preventive dentistrycosmetic dentistryrestorative dentistrysedation dentistryemergency dentistrydental implantslaser dentistryperiodonticsfull mouth restoration

Rimma Sheshelovskaya's Practice location

Revitta Smile

101 E 79th St -
New York, NY 10075
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