Welcome to Our Practice

Frank D. Visintini DDS PC- Brooklyn , NY

Dr. Frank Visintini & Dr. Merryl Visintini

We treat patients of all ages!

Welcome! Dr. Frank Visintini and Dr. Merryl Visintini are pleased to welcome you to our practice. We want all of our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand their dental treatment. That's why we've developed our web site. We encourage you to visit this site whenever you have concern about your teeth.

On our site, you will find:  background information about our dentists, hygienists, staff, office hours, insurance policies, various patient forms, appointment procedures, maps, directions to our office in Bay Ridge and other useful information.

 We want you to feel confident that when you choose Dr. Visintini, you're working with a doctor, hygienist, and staff who are qualified, experienced, and most of all, caring.

Please take a few moments to look through this site to get a better feel for our practice's capabilities and services. Besides dental procedures, we also offer orthadontics services include teeth straightening, clear aligners, invisalign, and clear braces. We also invite you to email or call our Bay Ridge office at any time to request an appointment or ask any questions. Thank you.

Practice History
This practice has it's roots dating back to 1917, starting with Dr. Louis Kronman and was located at 57th street and 5th avenue in Brooklyn. Dr. Kronman merged his practice with Dr. Jacob Colb, and then moved first to 69th street and 3rd Ave, and then to 78 street, off 3rd avenue In Brooklyn. Dr Colb was a prominent figure in the Bay Ridge Community, both in the Bay Ridge Jewish Center, as well as the Bay Ridge Dental Society.

Dr. Colb and Dr. Stanley Grossman became partners in 1963 and the practice was moved into it's current location at 7710 4th Avenue.

Dr Visintini and Dr. Grossman became partners in 1996 and Dr. Visintini and his wife Merryl took the practice over fully in 1999.

The tying bond throughout our practice history was Mrs. Mary Parnes..once known as 'Miss Alpert', who started working as a dental assistant with Dr. Kronman and has worked with all four dentists that called this practice their own.

Dr. Visintini and his wife cherish the day that they met Mary Parnes, for we feel that her presence has strengthened our practice beyond words.

Mary has recently passed, and we miss her terribly.

Our practice proudly treats a continuing lineage of patients, from grandparents down to grandchildren, with some patients traveling from their new homes in New Jersey, Connecticut , Pennsylvania, Florida and even Europe to have their dental needs met by our practice.

We do not advertise our practice, and rely on 'word of mouth' referrals to grow our practice.
This we feel is a testament to the personalized care rendered to our patients.

Drs. Frank and Merryl Visintini are licensed dentists in the state of New York.

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Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Frank D. Visintini, DDS
    Dentist in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

    Dr. Frank Visintini, known in the office as 'Dr V.', was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating Xaverian High School, Dr V. Recieved a BA dual major from Fordham University in Economics and Political Science. The next logical step after this degree was to head over to Dental School! Dr. V graduated from New York University in 1992 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery, or 'DDS' Degree. During Dental School Dr V was active in Dental Research, And was a past president of the Student Research Committee.

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  • Merryl Visintini, DDS
    Dentist in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

    Visintini Family Dental
    Dr. Merryl Visintini, known in the office as ‘Dr. Merryl' is a graduate of Bayside High School and Hunter College. While working as a dental assistant, Dr. Merryl found her true calling in the field of Dentistry and went on to attend New York University College of Dentistry. After Dental School Dr. Merryl was chosen for a 1 year Surgical Residency at Mount Sinai Hospital.

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  • Anne Simone, RDH

    Anne Simone, our Dental hygienist, was also born and raised in Brooklyn NY. Anne also started off her dental experience as a dental assistant, actually working with Dr. Visintini at another dental practice! Anne decided to pursue a career in dental hygiene and graduated in 1995 with honors from New York City Technical College with a Registered Dental Hygiene (RDH) Degree.After graduating, Anne was chosen for an advanced dental hygiene program at Cornell University, where she excelled in advanced periodontal patient care.

  • Jessica DeStefano

    Jessica has been in the dental field most of her life, beginning as a dental assistant during her days at Fontbonne! A Bay Ridge native and avid runner, when Jessica isn’t running our practice, she’s running her next marathon! You may even see her running along the Shore Road Promenade on her days off!

  • Christina Montesi, RDH

    Ms. Christina Montesi, our Hygienist is a 2010 graduate of New York City College of Technology, graduating with a degree in Dental Hygiene (RDH). After finding an interest in science and health care Christina decided to pursue a career in dental hygiene and is an honors graduate! She excelled in direct patient care and is especially interested in childhood dental care and education. She is a welcome addition to our staff.

  • Nicole Villamagna
    Treatment Coordinator - Assistant

    Nicole probably knows as much about dentistry as your average dentist and we are lucky to have her coordinating and running our back office! From her advanced knowledge of Invisalign treatment to her amazing chairside manner, we as well as our patients are lucky she's part of our dental team!

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

    Visiting Frank D. Visintini, DDS, PC gives my family and me more reasons to smile.

    The Johnson Family

    Dr. Visintini provided me with excellent care when I needed it the most.

    Jennifer R.

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Monday:

9:30 AM-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:30 AM-5:45 pm

Wednesday:

9:30 AM-7:15 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

9:30 AM-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed