About Us

Pediatric dentist Dr. Yana SverdlovaDr. Yana Sverdlova

Dr. Yana Sverdlova is a board certified pediatric dentist with expertise in the unique needs of children and adolescents. She knows that young patients require a special approach and a gentle touch. She is certain that establishing a “dental home” before age one is important for achieving excellent lifelong dental health. Dr. Yana believes that in order to build a confidence and trusting relationship with kids it takes time, patients and commitment.

After graduating from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) School of Dentistry, Dr. Yana completed General Practice Residency program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. After working as an adult dentist for over a year Dr. Yana discovered joy in treating kids and then underwent two year sub-specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, NY.

Dr. Yana has had an extensive training in all phases of pediatric dentistry including advanced preventive and minimally invasive dentistry, nitrous oxide sedation and general anesthesia, special needs dentistry and interceptive orthodontics. Dr. Yana is a clinical instructor and attending pediatric dentist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, where she performs pediatric dentistry in operating room for patient’s comfort and relaxation. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Orthodontic Society.

When not creating little smiles, Dr. Yana’s life revolves around her husband and a young daughter. She loves skiing, enjoys biking and swimming.

Anesthesiologist Dr. EisdorferDr. Jacob Eisdorfer, Pediatric Anesthesiologist

Jacob Eisdorfer DDS grew up in south Florida, received his undergraduate education at the University of Florida, and moved to Washington Heights to become a dentist and serve the wonderful people of New York City.

After receiving his dental degree from Columbia University, Dr. Eisdorfer trained in all aspects of dentistry in his general practice residency at New York Hospital Queens (New York Presbyterian). Not only did he serve children, nursing home, and special needs populations, but he also received his first exposure to anesthesia training during this time. Afterwards in private practice, he worked with adults who suffered from dental infection because they were afraid of the dentist and children who had severe dental disease but lacked the emotional maturity to sit still for traditional treatment. These experiences motivated him to become a dental anesthesiologist and obtain extensive training in sedation and general anesthesia at Lutheran Medical Center (NYU) in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

Dr. Eisdorfer’s training involves over a thousand cases in the hospital surgical environment alongside physician anesthesiologists as well as mobile, office-based anesthesia provision focused on dental therapy. His experience includes patients from all walks of life and he provides individually tailored anesthesia for most people in the comfort of their own dental office.