Case of the Month

  • February 2019
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Dr. David Galler is a high honors graduate from the University of Pennsylvania College of Dentistry and member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society. He completed a general practice residency at the Brooklyn Veteran's Administration Hospital. Originally from Long Island, he moved back to New York and now divides his time among his Manhattan and Long Island offices.

Dr. Galler has proudly transformed hundreds of smiles with Invisalign® aligners. In just a few years after completing his Invisalign training, he became one of the country's top providers. As a featured speaker at numerous study clubs, webinars, national and regional events, Dr. Galler has created a strong following of practitioners wanting to learn more about treating patients with aligner therapy. Several of his Invisalign cases are also featured in educational and marketing materials designed to help practices learn more about Invisalign treatments and clinical techniques. The New York State Dental Journal (Jan 2009) published his multi discipline case incorporating Invisalign, implant, prosthetic, and esthetic treatment goals. He is the creator of the GST system being utilized by more than 3500 doctors across the country every day.


Practice Location: Downtown Manhattan, NY
Professional Organizations: American Dental Association
Second District Dental Society
Residency Program: Brooklyn's Veteran's Hospital
Dental School: University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine
Honors & Recognition: Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society
Invisalign Elite Premier Provider
Publications: NYSDJ 2009 Jan "Multi Discipline Approach to Congenitally Missing Teeth"
"Galler Spacing Technique"- DENTSPLY International Manual
Dental Town Apr 2008
2011 Invisalign Case Gallery Publication p. 34
Inventions: Galler Spacing Technique (GST) for interproximal reduction used by 3500 dentists nationwide
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