"Every patient that sits in a Pleasant Dental chair is treated like family. Anyone in that chair gets treated the way I would want to be treated. No exceptions. Every person deserves the proper attention and respect suited to their needs. There’s nothing more uncomfortable than a medical professional who shows no concern for the patient he/she is treating or for the procedure that’s being done. It’s also tough for a patient to feel that their time is being valued, when the doctor makes them wait long periods of time.
During my formative years in the dental profession, I was extremely lucky to work for a dentist who is considered a master of sorts in our field. Having this unique experience, enabled me with immeasurable tools for the future. It was there that I acquired the distinct methods and techniques necessary in the placement of dental implants, along with the different types of dental prostheses that can be fabricated upon them."
Dr. Gildin received a DMD degree from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 2004. In addition, he completed a GP Hospital Residency. Dr. Gildin is a member of the New Jersey Dental Association and the American Dental Association. When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Gildin enjoys hobbies such as fishing, woodworking and as a Hebrew Scribe