Louis Woolf, DDS
Dr. Louis Woolf and his partners at Sachem Dental Group have over 100 years combined experience in advanced dental care. As Teeth Tomorrow Long Island, they are changing lives across Suffolk County with permanent Prettau Zirconia implant bridges.
Dr. Woolf graduated from Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry in 1980. He graduated from Union College with honors in 1976. Dr. Woolf comes from a “dental” family and has been practicing all phases of cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry for over 35 years.
Over the past 30 years, Dr. Woolf has had advanced trained in implantology and how it incorporates with cosmetic and full mouth dentistry. He believes that his unique combination of technical skills and calming, reassuring bedside manner has led to his success. His patients find him to be very soothing with an ability to instill confidence to help allay their fears.
Dr. Woolf is a longstanding member of organized dentistry. He is a member of the ADA and Suffolk County Dental Society.
Brandon, his son, is a professor at NYU and Kelly, his daughter, works for the Jefferson Foundation and also has a Masters in Social Work. Dr. Woolf loves photography, golf, travel and enjoying the “best” restaurants that NYC has to offer.
Anthony Gentile, DDS
Dr. Gentile is a general dentist who has special focus on implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and periodontics as well as comprehensive dental care.
As a 1988 graduate of New York University College of Dentistry, he took advanced Periodontal training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. A member of the Suffolk County Dental Society and the American Dental Association since 1988, Dr. Gentile stays up-to-date on all advances in technology and techniques that improve the quality of dental care.
Since becoming a partner at Sachem Dental Group in 1991, he has helped to significantly expand the services that the dental practice provides. Providing quality dental care in a comfortable environment and enabling access to this care in a cost-effective manner, Dr. Gentile feels that Sachem Dental Group appeals to a large segment of the surrounding communities.
Dr. Gentile has been a resident of Suffolk County for over 30 years and routinely gives back to the community through his relationships with Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine, New York University College of Dentistry, and St. Anthony’s High School. He is a sports enthusiast and enjoys golf, softball, and bowling. Dr. Gentile is married with four children.