Lori Auster, DDS


Dr. Lori Auster loves how dentistry enables her to combine her passion for being an
artist with her heartfelt compassion for people’s health. She graduated from the
prestigious NYU College of Dentistry and completed a comprehensive post-doctorate
residency at Montefiore. Dr. Auster is equally gratified of her accomplishments in
pharmacology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. While there, she was a cancer
researcher who discovered the mechanism by which the drug Taxol worked to kill
breast cancer cells. This led to clinical trials of Tamoxifen, which is the world’s leading
anti-cancer drug for breast cancer.

Dr. Auster takes pride in delivering the level of care that she would want for herself and
her own family. That is why she is such an excellent listener and her approach to
dentistry is so customized to the specific needs of the patient. Her practice is equipped
with the latest state-of the art technology. This enables her to deliver cutting-edge care,
while still focusing on her relationship with her patients.
A priority for Dr. Auster is attending continuing education seminars, courses and study
groups. It is extremely important to her to bring the latest advances in dentistry back to
her patients. While she is a member of many professional organizations listed below,
and has an extensive professional network, what she values most are the relationships
that she has cultivated with her patients through the years. Dr. Auster recognizes how
fortunate she is that her patient relationships have led to long-standing mutual
admiration and respect.

Dr. Auster maintains memberships in the American Dental Association, Greater New
York Dental Society, Northeast Gnathological Society and participates in lectures
offered by the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics.