Robert Philip Cukier, DDS

Dr. Robert Philip Cukier graduated from New York University, awarded with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (DDS). He completed the dental residency at the Brooklyn Hospital Center.

The Dr. Oz Show broadcasted a segment on Dr. Cukier's work with porcelain veneers.

The Consumer's Research Council of America awarded Dr. Cukier with the title of "America's Top Dentists."

Dr. Cukier is an active member of the Congress of Oral Implantologists and the American Dental Association.

He is always upgrading his techniques by completing advanced cosmetic dentistry training programs.

He diligently educates his patients on how to develop properly hygienic and dental habits. Dr. Cukier and his staff do everything in their power to ensure each patient is fully satisfied with their treatments.

Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technology, Dr. Cukier cares for his patients in one of the most luxurious and comforting dental offices in New York City. Dr. Cukier is also a mobile dentist for VIP clients. He has performed expeditious and emergency cosmetic dental procedures, traveling to film and recording studios, professional sports facilities, and movie sets.

Doctor Veneer is an expert at whitening, straightening, and enhancing his patients' smiles to give them the appearance they desire.

Get The Perfect Hollywood Smile You Deserve

You do not have to settle for having a bad smile anymore. Porcelain veneers free you from having to partially smile or avoid smiling altogether due to imperfections that can easily be corrected.

Dr. Cukier bonds the thin shells of medical-grade ceramic to the front of your teeth. Veneers look just as natural as your original teeth. Veneers' semi-translucent material reflects light just like natural teeth enamel. The restorations can be fully customized to make your smile as perfect as you want it.

Porcelain veneers are also very durable. Studies have found that with proper hygiene and care, veneers can last for decades.

Patients also experience a significant boost in their self-esteem and overall well-being with the ability to smile. In 2010, a Wayne University analysis found that major league baseball players who smile in their baseball card pictures lived an average seven more years than their non-smiling peers.