Who We Are

Dr. Gabrielle Mahler received her Bachelor's in Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and then went on to attend Dental School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. read more


Dr. Jordana Topp, DMD received her Bachelor’s in Judaic Studies and Pre-health at Yeshiva University in NY and then earned her dental degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She completed her general practice residency at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY. . . . read more


Dr. Naama Weinstock, graduated Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 2003. After completing an advanced degree in general dentistry from Columbia University, she started working in private practice. In addition, Dr. Weinstock has been working in geriatric mobile dentistry in nursing homes since 2008. She is passionate about her role in mobile dentistry and loves to get to know and connect with her patients. read more


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What We Do

At Comprehensive Mobile Dental Care, our goal is
to restore dental comfort for loved ones with special needs. Ensure peace of mind for your family while avoiding difficulties that transportation may create in obtaining proper dental care. Our mobile dentistry services match those you would find in an office, with a specific focus on geriatric dental care and care for immobile patients.


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What Is Mobile Dentistry?

Comprehensive Mobile Dental Care is a mobile dental service which brings all of the equipment that encompasses a full service general dental office to a person’s place of residence. Our main goal is to be able to treat patients who are mentally or physically unable to come to a regular dental office. A patient can be seen in bed, an armchair or even a wheelchair and can have the full range of services that a conventional dental office provides in the comfort of their home setting. Dental cleanings, x-rays, filling restorations, extractions, dentures, partial dentures, crowns and bridges are only some of the options that we offer to our patients.


Our mindset is considerably different than that of a conventional dental office. One of our main goals is to try to be as conservative as possible whenever we suggest treatment. It is important to us when considering dental treatment plans, that we are performing them in order to make a difference in the quality of life of our patients. Many of our patients have a lot on their plates and we don’t want dental care to be a source of stress. If any invasive treatment is going to be considered a patient’s physician is always consulted. Careful consideration is always given to the patient’s individual medical history. This enables the doctors to tailor make treatment plans according to the patient’s specific needs.


Above all, we seek to make our patient’s comfortable with the dental office experience. Most of our patients are seniors. Many are dealing with a host of medical issues, cognitive impairment, and sometimes both at once. We are warm and gentle and take the time to explain what we are doing at each visit according to each patient’s need. We go at a pace that each individual patient can dictate themselves. This gives a patient a certain amount of autonomy which can often be absent at this stage in their lives.


Ultimately, over time we get to know our patients, their specific needs and form relationships. This is the most rewarding aspect of our work. Many studies have shown a direct correlation between a person’s dental health and their general well being. We strive to bring a needed service to them that would otherwise not be done and hopefully make a difference in their lives and overall health at the same time.