Dr. Helaine Smith of Pound Ridge Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr. Helaine Smith is dedicated to her patients – to their care, overall health and education – since beginning her dentistry career in 1991 and is passionately committed to using the most effective state-of-the-art proven techniques and materials to guarantee the best long term outcomes for her patients.
Dr. Smith is deeply committed to education. In addition to educating her patients about their oral and their overall health, she is tireless in her pursuit of innovations to improve the quality and outcomes of patient care, taking full advantage of educational opportunities for both herself and her staff.
She is a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, a Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies graduate, a graduate of the Boston University School of Dentistry, has lectured widely, and has completed an executive MBA program.
Helaine is actively involved in her community and has volunteered regularly throughout her career.
“I invite you to call. We are committed to providing the best experience available in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Please let us know how we can help.” ─ Helaine Smith, DMD
Top 25 Women in Dentistry
Dr. Smith was named one of the Top 25 Women in Dentistry, featured in the Dental Products Report in 2010. In 2006, Dr. Smith’s practice was first runner-up in the prestigious Cosmetic Practice of the Year Award competition, sponsored by Levin Group, Ascend Media, and Philips Oral Healthcare.
Helaine’s humanitarian work includes missions for Operation Smile, Cape Cares, Friends of Ghana and other organizations to many locations around the globe, including Ghana, the Philippines, Honduras, Kenya and Brazil.
Environmental Activist and Angler
As you can see, Helaine loves fly-fishing and is an active member of Trout Unlimited, the Croton Watershed Chapter. Her involvement in this wonderful organization not only gives her the opportunity to enjoy one of her favorite pastimes, but provides a venue for her passion for environmental activism, water preservation and community service such as “Trout in the Classroom”, an environmental program that teaches young people about trout and the environment in which they live through the process of raising trout from eggs.