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Vernon Boulevard Dentist Closes Office, Joins ProHEALTH Dental

Photo: ProHEALTH Dental at 50-11 Vernon Blvd.

Nov. 27, 2019 By Kristen Torres

A long-time Vernon Boulevard dentist has closed his office and joined ProHEALTH Dental.

ProHEALTH Dental, which has multiple practices in New York and Long Island, announced last week that Dr. Steven Mantinaos–who owned IntoWhite Dental Arts at 47-43 Vernon Blvd. for about a decade–has closed his office and now works at ProHEALTH Dental.

Mantinaos will be working out of ProHEALTH Dental’s 50-11 Vernon Blvd. practice. His IntoWhite practice focused on prosthodontics — the design and fitting of artificial teeth, such as veneers. He’s been a practicing prosthodontist in Long Island City since 2008.

“We are thrilled to have Dr. Mantinaos and his staff join us in Long Island City,” said Norton Travis, CEO of ProHEALTH Dental. “Together we are committed to fulfilling our mission of improving overall wellness through our Oral Health Initiative.”

Mantinaos’ patients will be able to see him at the ProHEALTH Dental office.

ProHEALTH Dental, which was established in 2016 and now has nine practices, opened its Vernon Boulevard location in 2017. Each practice has eight-plus operatories and treatment rooms unique to multiple specialties.

IntoWhite 47-43 Vernon Blvd. (Gmaps)

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