AboutProspect Heights Dental Associates, PC

If you are looking for a highly trained and experienced dentist in Prospect Heights, you have come to the right place. At our practice, you will receive the highest quality dental care. Our dental office uses the latest state-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge technology and we uphold the strictest sterilization techniques. We know that many people may feel anxious about coming to the dentist, so it is our goal to make your visit with us as pain and anxiety free as possible. We view it as our mission to educate our patients about all of their oral health care options and to help guide them to choose a treatment plan that is most suitable and appropriate for their needs.

We also perform emergency dentist services that include bonding, root canals, crowns, and bridges. As a local dentist, we create lifelong relationships with our patients and their families and work to ensure that they receive treatments in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Devin Platt, D.D.S. and our staff invite you to schedule an appointment by calling 718-536-2754 and experience why our patients think Prospect Heights Dental Associates, PC is the best dentist in Brooklyn.

Doctor of Dental Surgery

Dr. Devin J. Platt

Devin J. Platt received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1981 from Hofstra University. In June of 1985 he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from New York University College of Dentistry. He has been a member in good standing with the ADA and Second District Dental Society since 1985. In the fall of 1985, Dr. Platt opened his dental practice, located at 270 Flatbush Ave. (between St. Marks Ave. & Prospect Pl.), Brooklyn, New York. For over 25 years he has been offering the community state-of-the-art dentistry. The most recent renovation of the office was just completed in the fall of 2010. Not only does the office have the most advanced equipment available in dentistry today, it is truly a green office (eco-friendly). Harmful chemicals used to develop x-rays have been eliminated thru the use of digital radiographs. Also eliminated is 90% of radiation of conventional dental x-rays. Patient records being stored in computers and electronic submission of insurance claims helps save trees.