Dr. Gottlieb’s Resume

I am a general dentist with advanced residency training in the management of the apprehensive, unmanageable and medically compromised patient. I utilize every modality from tender loving care to general anesthesia.

Professional Accomplishments

  • ADA Champion of Evidence Based Dentistry. July 2011
  • Dentistry Today Leader in Continuing Education. 2011, 2012 & 2013.
  • Long Island Academy of Odontology.
  • Dental Care for the Apprehensive: Est. 1985
  • Founder and C.E.O. Affordable Dental Products Inc. 1987

Education

  • Certified Medical Hypnotherapist. Institute of Medical Hypnosis 2002
  • Anesthesia Residency Long Island Jewish Medical Center 1983-1984
  • General Practice Residency Long Island Jewish Medical Center 1982-1983
  • D.D.S. 1982 SUNY Buffalo. with Honors.
  • B.S. with Thesis Honors 1978
    Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.
  • Honors: Dentistry Today 2011 Leaders in CE
  • O.K.U. Omicron Kappa Upsilon.
  • Glen H. Leak Memorial Summer Fellowship
    For study in Oncology .
  • American Academy of Oral Medicine Certificate of Merit.

Licensure

  • 1982 New York State 036840-1
  • NY State Anesthesia permit.

Current Appointments

  • Stony Brook University Hospital Department of Hospital Dentistry and Dental Anesthesiology.
  • Stony Brook University Assistant Professor.
  • Professional Societies: ADA American Dental Association.
  • Long Island Academy of Odontology

Publications

  •  “NSAIDs Good Decadron Better” Today’s FDA Feb/March 2018
  • “Airway Management of Sedated Patients.” Today’s FDA March/April 2015   pgs. 44-47
  • “Restoring the Difficult Class II with Composite” Today’s FDA March/April 2013 pgs. 18-19
  • “Air Abrasion Enhanced Multi-Surface Bonding.” Inside Dentistry Oct. 2012 pgs. 90-92
  • ADA Peer 2 Peer – Tips from practicing dentists on using products to the best advantage. 7/17/12 http://editiondigital.net/publication/?i=117057 p:6-7.
  • “All-ceramic treatment options.” DT Today 12/30/2011 pg 6.
  • “A simple tool to use for accurate dental impressions.” DE Expert Tips and Tricks. http://www.dentistryiq.com/index/display/article-display/4675248282/articles/dentisryiq/practice-management/experts-tips_and_tricks/2011/10/A_simple_tool_to_use_for_accurate_dental_impressions.html
  • “ Impression Trifecta: Three Tools and Tips for Better Impressions.Today’s FDA March/April 2011 p:57-61  pub med summary or article
  • “Successful Treatment of the Pediatric patient with Oral Sedation and Hypnosis: A Case Report.” Today’s FDA January/February 2011 p:17-21
  • “The solution to the difficult Class II composite Restoration.”
    Today Greater New York Dental Meeting 11/29,2010 pg. 12
  • “The 5th Hand: a simple tool to use for accurate dental impressions.”
    Today Greater New York Dental Meeting 11/28,2010 pg 22
  • “Using an old technique with modern materials to fabricate esthetic Temporaries” JADA Vol.130 January 1999
  • “Treating the Pregnant Patient” Nassau County Dental Society Vol 2 No. 5 May/June 1997
  • “Syncope – Don’t Get Caught With Your Eyes Closed” Bulletin of the Nassau County Dental Society Vol 3 No. 3 Jan/Feb 1998
  • “Asthma and the Dentist” Bulletin of the Nassau County Dental Society Vol1 No. 5 May/June 1996
  • “Accurate dies and well-fitting crowns using Three-in-one all plastic trays.” Dental Economics January 1996 pgs. 102-104
  • “Office Emergencies: Allergic Reactions” Bulletin of the Nassau County Dental Society vol.1 no.1 Sept/Oct 1995
  • “Simplified Impression –Taking Technique.” Dental Economics December 1994
  • “The Pre-operative and Pre-anesthetic value of Creatine Phosphokinase (CPK)” Newsletter New York State Dental Society of Anesthesiology Vol.15 No. 1 January 1985
  • “Penny-wise, crown-foolish? “ ADA News
  • Others available upon request.

Patents & Trade Marks

  • Crystal Tray Impression System.
  • TM “Cavi-tees” molar shaped golf tees.
  • Dam-it Post Dam Membrane
  • Lock-N-Reload Impression Cartridge Coupler
  • ABC Contact Wedge System