Dr. Dayna Cassandra is a general dentist who has been servicing Bergen County for almost 17 years. She provides family and cosmetic dentistry to the community helping them achieve optimum oral health and gain confidence from a healthy, beautiful smile.
Dr. Cassandra knows how important it is to have a healthy mouth, and how it affects overall health and wellness. The freedom and confidence that comes with healthy, well-functioning teeth, allows people to have a better quality of life. Dr. Cassandra has a passion for advanced restorative dentistry. “I enjoy the process of uncovering the reasons why a smile is changing, and how I can restore or rejuvenate it with proper function leading to beautiful aesthetics,” she says.
Dr. Cassandra established her private practice in Paramus, New Jersey in 2006. She graduated with honors from the University of Maryland Dental School and went on to complete a General Practice Residency Program at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
Dr. Cassandra is an advocate of and active participant in continuing education. To further her vast dental expertise, she has also trained at the Pankey Institute, the world’s oldest and most prestigious learning center providing dentists with the highest quality post-graduate training available. She is a Faculty Club member of Spear Education and an assistant clinical professor at NYU’s Rosenthal Institute, Center for Advanced Aesthetics.
Dr. Cassandra is competitive in her field and continues to enjoy the growth and development of her general practice. She has added other doctors to the practice offering a wide range of services. She is an active member of many service organizations in the community and the proud recipient of the Paramus Rotary Club’s “Humanitarian of the Year” award in honor of her work with the “Gift of Life” program.
Even though she runs a busy dental practice, Dr. Cassandra continues to give back to her community by helping with the Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative. She is also an active member of Dental Lifeline.