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Dr. Gregory Kalmar

Gregory W. Kalmar, DDS - Kalmar Family Dentistry - Huntington, NY Dentist

  Dr. Gregory W. Kalmar was brought up here in Huntington, graduated Harborfields High School in 1965 and attended Adelphi University where he graduate  with a BA in Biology. He then went on to graduate with Honors from NYU College of Dentistry in 1972 and compled a US Public Health Service General Practice Residency in 1973. Dr. Gregg was married in 1968, he has two children and two grand children all living with in Huntington Township. Dr Gregg Kalmar has spent time teaching Dentistry at the University of Kentucky, NYU School of Dentistry and Nassau County Medical Center. 

 Kalmar Family Dentistry was founded 43 years ago by Dr. Gregg and his wife Patricia.  Over the years Dr. Gregg has accumulated in excess of 2000 hours of continuing education credits.  He has provided Preventative, Restorative, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry to hundreds of Huntington Town residents.  In the past 40 years he has successfully restored hundreds of dental implants and dental rehabilitation cases. 


Dr. Gregg's portion of the office is adorned with sport photographs, but its not difficult for the observer to define his allegiance.  Yankees dominate the wall of honor, but one will find Mookie, Michael and Magic and even the Red Sox represented.  He is a founding memeber and ex board member of Dentists for a Better Huntington, a recipient of the "Unsung Heros Award" from the NAACP for his efforts in hiring, training and encouraging minority youth in the areas of dentistry. Dr. Kalmar has also been honored by the Huntington Headstart Program.  He is a memeber of the Suffolk County Dental SocietyNew York State Dental Society, The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain as well as a Fellow in The Long Island Academy of Odontology. 


Dr. Kelly and Gregg Kalmar adorned the cover of a national dental periodical where they were interviewed and discussed the transitions, trials and triumphs of family-owned practices.