Dr. Bertini, one of only several hundred maxillofacial
prosthodontists in the country, has been practicing dentistry since 1996. In
2006, he co-founded Manhattan Prosthetic Dentistry with Dr. Sobel.
Dr. Bertini’s expertise and proficiency in multiple
languages, including French, Spanish and Arabic, has drawn patients from all
over the world, including France, South America and China. He is honored to
treat one of his former professors and mentors.
Dr. Bertini has received awards from the American Academy of
Dental Practice Administration, the American Academy of General Dentistry, the
American College of Prosthodontists, Harvard University and New York
Outside of the office, Dr. Bertini enjoys snowboarding and
kite surfing around the world. Most of all, he loves sharing his travels and
adventures with his two children.
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Dr. Bertini is a member of the American Dental Association, the New
York State Dental Society, the New York County Dental Society, the Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity and the New York University Honor Society of Chemistry
Dr. Bertini graduated from Harvard School of Dental Medicine
in 1997, which he followed up with a certificate in prosthodontics in 1999,
also from Harvard.
Until 2000, he was a fellow in maxillofacial prosthetic
dentistry at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
As a reflection of his
commitment to educating future generations of dentists, Dr. Bertini has served
as a lecturer, clinical instructor and assistant professor at the Harvard
School of Dental Medicine and at the New York University College of Dentistry,
in addition to presenting at conferences.
Scaling and root planing, also known as deep cleaning, is the process of removing of dental plaque and calculus trapped under the gums which causes inflammation and can lead to advanced periodontal disease.
Dental veneers also called laminates, are thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your appearance or restore and protect worn or fractured teeth.