Dr. Vladimir Potepalov
Dr. Potepalov graduated from the University of Baku in 1974. He worked for many years there as a general dentist, as well as dental surgeon. After Dr. Potepalov moved to United States, he attended New York University, because he loved dentistry dearly and could not imagine doing anything else. He graduated NYU in 2004. After his graduation he worked in New York City as an associate dentist in a private practice. A few years later he moved to New Jersey where he opened his own practice.
He has dedicated himself to building a practice where every patient feels the highest standard of excellence in dentistry, as well as comfort and care. His goal is to provide each patient with a more beautiful smile in a warm and welcoming environment. He believes that every patient deserves the best care and strives to provide them with the latest and the most improved techniques of dentistry. He is always using the latest technology and taking continuing education courses to ensure the best possible care for his patients. He is also a certified orthodontist and implantologist.
Dr. Potepalov does amazing things with the newest CEREC machine, things that only a handful of dentists in the tri-state area can do. He prides himself on providing patients with the best. Would you like to find out more about CEREC? Visit our videos about inlays.
The latest addition to the office is the waterlese laser. Dr. Potepalov saw it at the New York dental show, and was amazed with the results. He is also excited about bladeless surgeries, a procedure which will no longer require anesthetic shots. And our patients are as thrilled about it too!
Dr. Potepalov, loves a good challenge. He will go out of his way to find the best products for every single patient who needs special care. He sees his emergency patients as soon as he can, even if it is a non-working day for the practice. His extensive experience as a dentist makes things run smoothly and leaves our patients satisfied.In his free time, Dr. Potepalov likes to spend time with his family, watch soccer, read books or play chess.