Dr. Andrew Falkovsky

Dr. Andrew Falkovsky graduated Rutgers School of Dental Medicine in 2015, where he received his DMD degree. While attending dental school, Andrew was an active member of the Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontic Honor Society. However, he felt that there was not enough instruction in contemporary esthetic/cosmetic dentistry. Thus, he helped develop the Aesthetic Dental Society at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine where students had a greater opportunity to learn modern cosmetic and surgical dental procedures. 

After completing four years of dental school he completed a prestigious general practice residency program at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. During his one year at NBIMC he refined the skills he learned in dental school. He also had the opportunity to learn new oral surgical procedures including the unique opportunity to perform dentistry in the operating room on children and adults with disabilities.  

Currently Andrew is enrolled in a two year implant residency program at NYU, New York University College of Dentistry, where he is learning from some of the top minds in the field, to surgically place and restore dental implants along with bone and tissue grafting.

Andrew has an unyielding passion for dentistry and strives to stay current with all new technological and procedural advances in dentistry, regularly attending various continuing education courses above and beyond the minimum requirements. He is also a member of the Association of General Dentistry (AGD), New Jersey Dental Association (NJDA)  and American Dental Association (ADA).

 

Andrew was born in Russia and immigrated to the US at age 6. During his grade school years he was involved in hockey and basketball. While attending college at SUNY Stony Brook he was a volunteer at the Adapted Aquatics program where he was a life guard and therapist helping children and adults with disabilities improve body control with water exercises. 

 

When Andrew is not practicing dentistry he enjoys spending time with his wife Klaudia and their dog, Mayumi. They spend most of their free time by hiking, camping, fishing, exercising, traveling, snowboarding, and spending time with family and friends.

 

Andrew is fluent in both English and Russian. 

 

Proper diagnosis and treatment planning are at the core of what differentiates great dentistry from mediocre dentistry. Andrew believes that the only way to a proper diagnosis and treatment is to intently listen, thoroughly examine, and provide you with several different options to take care of all your oral health needs.