Kirstin Wolfe, D.D.S.


Dr Wolfe obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sculpture and Pre-dentistry at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Having worked for her father, who is also a Prosthodontist, she recognized the the value of understanding material science and esthetics as a foundation for her training in dentistry. She went on to receive her D.D.S. at Stony Brook, School of Dental Medicine, and her Certificate in Prosthodontics at New York Presbyterian in Queens.

At NYP Queens she received a diverse training. In the hospital, she worked closely with the surgeons and oncology team. Her didactic training was with the top prosthetic and surgical educators in the area, in small, private lectures, and at N.Y.U. and Columbia Dental Schools.

Dr. Wolfe tries to make each person who visits her as comfortable as possible, knowing that not everyone enjoys a trip to the dentist. She approaches patients on a case-by-case basis with an emphasis in prevention.