Healthy Teeth & Gums — For Life!
THE LONGMEADOW CAREADVANTAGE
For 30 years and counting Longmeadow Dental Care has provided high-quality dental care to the communities of Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Agawam, Springfield, Wilbraham, Enfield, and the rest of the Pioneer Valley. We are your friends and neighbors in the community. Our Philosophy and primary focus is to maintain the good oral health of our patients, with the major emphasis of the practice on prevention. Using the latest technology and the most recent evidence-based thinking our dentists and hygienists work with patients to prevent decay and gum disease before they start. See why patients choose Longmeadow Dental Care.
Dr. Hausman attended Cornell University and pursued his dental training at the State University of New York at Buffalo, receiving his degree in 1979. Upon graduation, he continued advanced studies at the University of Connecticut Health Center’s Family Dentistry Residency Program for two additional years, serving as a chief resident during his second year.
Zachary Reiff, DMD graduated magna cum laude from Loyoa University Chicago with a B.S. in Psychology and then earned a masters degree in Biotechnology from Rush University. After his masters program, Dr. Reiff went on to study at Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine earning his doctorate.
Dr. Eichenlaub graduated, cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2000 with a degree in Biochemistry. He earned his DMD degree from the University of Connecticut and went on to complete a General Practice Residency at Harvard.
SERVING LONGMEADOW AS YOURNEIGHBORHOOD DENTISTFOR OVER 30 YEARS AND COUNTING
FOR YOUR COMFORT AND SAFETYADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
We spend the necessary time as well as utilize the latest technology and evidence based thinking to deliver the absolute highest quality dental care for our patients. We understand that dental visits can be stressful. This is why we have created a non-threatening environment to help our patients stay stress-free and relaxed.