About Us

We are honored to be Brookhaven's most trusted dental team for over 50 years!

Our dental office has been a longstanding part of the Brookhaven community. Our founding dentist, Dr. Robert Pasersky, started the office in 1969 and practiced until retirement in 2009. Dr. Pasersky both worked and lived in Brookhaven and hence was known as "the neighborhood dentist." In 2009, Dr. Andrew Kokabi took over the office. He and his staff work hard to preserve Dr. Pasersky’s legacy. Subsequently, the office expanded and moved across the street in 2015. Dr. Kokabi & his family also proudly call themselves Brookhaven residents.

Our Dental Mission

Quality dentistry in a family friendly & comfortable setting

We use the most current dental technology to provide you with the highest level of care. It is our duty to educate you about your oral health. We will discuss all of your options in order to ensure you understand the steps involved with any dental procedure. Your teeth are important and we want to help you keep them healthy for a long time!
One unique thing about our practice is that we take a minimally invasive approach to dentistry. We look at drilling as a last resort. This non-aggressive dental philosophy has served us well for over 50 years and we shall continue it for many more.

Learn More About Our Conservative Approach to Dentistry

Our Community Mission

We strive to be active members of our community

We recognize the special qualities of Brookhaven and are grateful to be a part of it. We know our practice is only as good as our patients and staff. Therefore, we work hard to honor that. We are thoughtful in our giving and partner with our community in a variety of ways. Whether through volunteerism or charitable partnerships, we love seeing our community shine! Our unique Brighten Your Smile, Better the World campaign and Spotlight on Small Business initiative are hallmarks of our community giving.

Learn About Our Community Services

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