Glen Cove Orthodontics
At Glen Cove Orthodontics, the needs of our patients are the core of everything we do, and it’s been that way for over four decades. Our team loves to work with patients to guide them through their transformation journey. For us, the best reward is to see you smile with pride! We will work very hard to make sure that happens.
Why Glen Cove Orthodontics?
Get to Know Your New Orthodontists
Maryann Vlahos D.M.D.
St. Barnabas Hospital Orthodontics Residency
Northwell Health LIJ General Practice Residency
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Columbia College, Columbia University
Every day, Dr. Vlahos uses her practice as a platform for making a positive impact in the community. She loves building relationships with her patients on their journey to a healthier and more confident smile. That means, the more you share with her, the happier she gets! Dr. Vlahos is clinically passionate about evidence-based treatment as a platform to providing you or your child with an amazing smile.
Dr. Vlahos is a new mom and is loving every minute of it. She is also an impressive cook; some say she is semi famous for her Pastitsio (Greek lasagna).
Brett Kastin D.D.S.
Over 20 years of clinical experience
Assistant Clinical Professor, Columbia University
Columbia Orthodontics Residency
Columbia School of Dental Medicine
After 20 years in practice, Dr. Kastin still loves orthodontics! “When you work with patient’s month after month, you start to form a bond. The team and I start to look forward to seeing our patients as much as I like to think they look forward to their visits.” Helping change smiles while forming long lasting friendships with patients and families is what Dr. Kastin enjoys most about his profession. He also loves the art of orthodontics, as much as the science. He believes a smile is made up of a thousand little details and believes it is his job to make each one perfect
Not many people know this but Dr. Kastin, is not only an accomplished orthodontist, but also a famous athlete. In the twelfth grade, his lacrosse skills had him awarded the Newsday Scholar Athlete of the Week. No autographs please…