Meet Our Doctors

Vincent Prestipino, DDS

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Dr. Prestipino

Dr. Prestipino received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and his post-doctoral certificate in Prosthodontics at New York University School of Dentistry. He had held a position as an Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University and was Associate Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Maryland School O Dentistry. Dr. Prestipino has lectured nationally and internationally on esthetic and implant dentistry and actively contributes to postgraduate education. He has also developed and patented more than 7 patents in Dentistry.


His early involvement with aesthetic implant dentistry has led to the development of several implant components. He co-developed the first all-ceramic dental implant abutment. 

He has several publications on different topics in Dentistry. Dr. Prestipino is a Fellow of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, a diplomate in the Academy of Osseointegration, a member of The American College of Prosthodontists, The American Dental Association, and several Dental Societies in the State of Maryland.


40 Anniversary Nobel Biocare: Procera® Laminate

Dent. Tech – State of the Art & Function in Implant Dentistry with Custom Hybrid Zirconium Abutments

International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants: Palatal Sliding Strip Flap: Soft Tissue Management to Restore Maxillary Anterior Esthetics at Stage 2 Surgery: A Clinical Report (Pages 1 – 4)

Journal of Esthetic Dentistry – Volume 6: Preserving the Topography of the Extraction Site: The External Gingival Support Splint (Pages 1 – 3);

Journal of Esthetic Dentistry – Volume 8: All Ceramic Implant Abutments: Esthetic Indications (Cover-Page 3)

Laboratory Digest: Conventional cementation protocol for a Procera Allceram Crown Laboratory Digest-Page 1 thru 3;

Nobel Biocare, Procera® Clinical Procedures: Procera® Laminate

PPAD – Practical Periodontics & Aethsthetic Dentistry: Clinical and Laboratory Considerations in the Use of a New All-Ceramic Restorative System (Pages 1 – 4);

QDT 2000: All-Ceramic Implant Abutments: Multiple-Unit Application (Pages 1 – 4); 

QDT Yearbook 2001: A Practical Approach for Retrieving Cement-Retained, Implant-Supported Restorations (Page 1 – 3);

The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry: Light transmission through all-ceramic dental materials: A pilot study (Pages 1 – 3);

Vivident- Welcome to the Smart Age: All Ceramic Implant Abutments: Balancing Esthetics with Function