Dr. Bridget Glazarov is a leading general and cosmetic dentist in New York, City. She is highly recognized by her colleagues and patients for providing exceptional comprehensive dental care and beautiful cosmetic results for every patient whether they are coming in for a general check-up and cleaning or a full mouth rehabilitation. She is passionate about providing high-level conservative cosmetic dentistry utilizing composite bonded materials and composite veneers.
Dr. Bridget earned her doctor of dental surgery degree from New York University School of Dentistry and served as Chief Resident at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
She works with her patients on an individual level to offer personalized facially driven treatment plans that suit their unique concerns.
Dr. Bridget brings a vast array of dental skills and expertise combined with an artist's touch that allows her to design beautiful smiles for her patients, using the latest dental technologies and materials.
Dr. Bridget attended dental school at New York University College of Dentistry where she earned her doctor of dental surgery degree with honors. At graduation she was presented with the Academy of general Dentistry Award for showing the most promise of being an outstanding general dentist. Following this, she completed her residency at New York-Presbyterian Methodist Hospital where she served as Chief Resident. Dr. Bridget is a graduate of the Kois Center, a prestigious dental education program in Seattle, WA which focuses on evidence based training for practicing dentists. Dr. Bridget is currently pursuing accreditation with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Dr. Bridget is passionate about helping to educate the next generation of elite dentists. She serves as a lecturer at several dental schools across the country, including New York University, Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Stony Brook University, Rutgers University, and Tuoro College. She is also a guest lecturer of the Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Program at New York University College of Dentistry.
Dr. Bridget is passionate about helping to educate the next generation of elite dentists. She serves as a lecturer at several dental schools across the country, including New York University, Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Stony Brook University, Rutgers University, and Tuoro College. She is also a member of the full-mouth rehabilitation program at New York University College of Dentistry. Dr. Bridget has been consistently recognized by her patients and colleagues as one of the top emerging general and cosmetic dentists.
Dr. Bridget's areas of expertise include the following: Aesthetic Dentistry, Porcelain Veneers, Composite Veneers, Composite Bonding, Facial Analysis, Digital Smile Design, Full-mouth Rehabilitation, Implant Dentistry, Custom Dentures, Partial Dentures, TMJ Treatment, and Facial Pain.
Dr. Bridget is a proud survivor of breast cancer. In 2018, she was diagnosed and underwent treatment for invasive breast cancer. Now, she is a champion for the cause and has made it her personal mission to offer hope and support to all women impacted by the disease. She continues to raise awareness and provide dental advice and care to those undergoing treatment.
Dr. Bridget is proud to be a member of the following organizations:
156 5th Ave Suite 900
New York, NY 10010
I had such an amazing experience! Dr. Bridget and her team were so thorough, personable, caring, thoughtful, professional and kind. Even though it’s the dentist, I can’t wait to go back! Thank you!!
My appointment ended up being with Dr. Justin Hall. I can’t give enough positive reviews for the facility and bedside manner.
Who knew going to the dentist can be “fun” and chic all at the same time?! The staff was lovely and Dr. Bridget was so helpful and comforting - not excited to fill cavities but know I’m in the best hands and going to the dentist is no longer a chore. Thank you all!
Hands down the best dentist visit ever! Honestly speaking, prior to Dr. Bridget I was afraid and avoided the dentist like the plague. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I have recomended to my collegues.