About Dr. Ryan Sellinger

Dr. Sellinger is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine. He finished at the top of his class and was honored with many awards including the Basil Abrams Quintessance Award in Restorative Dentistry and the Leonard Abrams, DDS, Prize in Dental Anatomy and Occlusion.


Dr. Sellinger completed specialty training in Prosthodontics at New York University College of Dentistry. As a prosthodontist, Dr. Sellinger is an expert in the restoration of broken or missing teeth. This specialty focuses on full mouth rehabilitation using crowns, bridges and implant restorations. Dr. Sellinger’s passion within this specialty is creating beautiful natural smiles with impeccable function.


When not in private practice, Dr. Sellinger teaches Prosthodontics at NYU College of Dentistry. Dr. Sellinger lectures on aesthetic dentistry, including porcelain veneers and bonding to achieve personalized smiles.


His affiliations include The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American College of Prosthodontics, and the North East Gnathological Society.  Additionally, Dr. Sellinger is certified in Invisalign.


Dr. Sellinger is able to deliver smiles with maximum comfort, high levels of function and impeccable aesthetics. His goal is to instill confidence in his patients by improving their smile. While his passion is the smile, he is known for meticulous skills in general dentistry including invisible fillings and life-like, non-metallic restorations. 


In 2009, Dr. Sellinger was listed in the “Guide to America’s Top Dentists” and was selected as one of “America’s Top Dentists.”

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