Conveniently located in Oyster Bay, New York and considered two of the most highly trained, skilled Prosthodontists on Long Island, 

Dr’s Robert West and Denise VeyVoda, offer state of the art dental care to patients of all ages and needs.

Dr’s West and VeyVoda practice the most up to date dental techniques and use the most current dental materials and technology. Our Doctors practice true family dentistry and deliver the finest care with a personal, gentle touch to both adults and children.

A summery of our services offered are:

  • Cosmetic Dentistry 
  • Zoom Whitening 
  • Dental Implant Placement 
  • Prosthetics, Denture Specialist 
  • Dental Crown and Bridge 
  • Invisalign invisible braces 
  • BOTOX® Cosmetic 
  • Youthful Juvederm Facial Contouring
  • Fillers
  • Pediatric and Family Dentistry
  • Head and Neck Intra Oral and Facial Cancer Prosthetics
  • Facial Trauma Prosthetics
  • Radiation and Surgical Stents

At the Oyster Bay Dentists office,  Head and Neck Cancer  and bis phosphonate patients receive the most advanced treatment protocols related to pre-surgical planning, pre radiation screening, treatment and post surgical intra oral and facial reconstruction.

To help provide this quality care to our patients, we have become affiliated with many dental and medical insurance plans and our staff will file your forms as a courtesy to you.

It is our mission to provide the best possible care while educating our patients and delivering the greatest dental, cancer and trauma reconstructive experience they have had to date.

Meet Our Staff

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  • Dr. Denise VeyVoda

    Dr. VeyVoda is a Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, or dental oncologist, who consults with the patient prior to surgery for upper jaw surgery requiring obturation, or closure of a hole, from the removal of a tumor. 

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  • Dr. Robert G. West

    Dr. Robert West has been practicing in Oyster Bay for the past 25 years. Dr. West is one of the few prosthodontists on Long Island who also practices family dentistry bringing his expertise,

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