Gellerman Orthodontics Celebrates 18 Years of Supporting the Community and Creating Beautiful, Healthy Smiles
Gellerman Orthodontics is proud to celebrate 18 years of serving Long Island with healthy, beautiful smiles and a commitment to the surrounding community, with a special focus on education, families, and women’s health, all from a women-owned business.
“The past 18 years have been amazing, from the people who’ve become family in the practice to the amazing individuals who I’ve met through so many community groups,” said Dr. Inna Gellerman. “
Dr. Gellerman is committed to excellence in her practice. She continues to be a Diamond Top 1% Invisalign Provider, in the top 1% of all Invisalign providers nationwide. She has maintained her Board Certification from the American Board of Orthodontics, requiring a rigorous reports and tests to attain her Diplomate status. She attends national conferences on developments in orthodontics and reviews new technology to ensure her patients of all ages are getting the most advanced care.
Dr. Gellerman is co-chair of this year’s Pink Aid Long Island luncheon, supporting underserved women with services and support for breast cancer, after many years of serving as committee chair in various positions. She is the treasurer for Dentists for a Better Huntington, a former trustee with The Heckscher Museum of Art and key sponsor of the Long Island’s Best juried art exhibitor for high school students. She is also active with the Junior Welfare League of Huntington and a long-time supporter of Cold Spring Harbor Foundation for Education, Huntington Robotics Team, Huntington Foundation for Educational Excellence (HEFEE), Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum and the YMCA of Huntington.
She was honored by the Huntington Foundation for Educational Excellence, the Townwide Fund of Huntington, Long Island Top 50 Most Influential Woman by Long Island Business News, and New York Enterprise business for Best Practice Award for Customer Service.
Gellerman Orthodontics is also known for an amazing team of dedicated and welcoming professionals. Training is an on-going part of the practice, ensuring the highest level of skills in clinical care, patient relations and administrative work.
“Coming through the pandemic and maintaining the quality and safety of patient care has always been our top priority. Our relationships with families and their trust in the care that we provide really does come from the heart,” said Dr. Gellerman. “Over the past 18 years, I have continued to focus on three key elements: the quality of care for my patients, my own orthodontic education and the continuing training and development of a team of outstanding, caring people. Every anniversary is a wonderful reason to celebrate being a part of this community.”