Dr. Adam Silevitch, DMD


Dr. Adam Silevitch has been setting the highest standards of excellence in pediatric dentistry for years! Born and raised in the Boston area, he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine before completing specialized post-graduate training in pediatric dentistry from Columbia University where he served as chief resident.

Dr. Silevitch is an Attending Pediatric Dentist at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and an Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine.

An esteemed member of the dental community, Dr. Silevitch has done dental outreach in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and most recently in Cape Verde, Africa.

He is the President of the New York Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (NYAPD) and the Vice President of the NorthEastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry (NESPD).  He also serves as a Board Member for the New York County Dental Society (NYCDS).   He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA), and New York State Dental Association (NYSDA).

Dr. Silevitch is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (ABPD).

Away from the office he enjoys spending time with his family-his wife, Mariel and their son, Teddy along with their dog Daisy.  When he can find free time he loves being out on the golf course and is always cheering on his beloved Boston sports teams!


Catch our own Dr. Silevitch on Sesame Studios "The Feelingwells"

Watch our own, Dr. Adam Silevitch on Sesame Street! Dr. Silevitch is the voice of the Dentist in "The Feelingwells" segment by Sesame Studios. 

Dr. Silevitch has a passion for pediatric dentistry and loves to partner with Sesame Studios to help promote healthy teeth and gums in children (and their parents, too)!

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Cape Verde, Africa

Dr. Adam Silevitch recently traveled to Cape Verde, Africa with KIDS (Kids International Dental Services). On this 5.5-day dental mission trip, the KIDS team examined 2,016 children, 398 of which received dental treatment.  A total of 730 teeth were extracted and 86 teeth were restored with fillings.  

(Learn more about KIDS at www.kidservices.org)

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