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Full-Service Dentistry in Hicksville

Experience comprehensive dentistry focused on your smile’s health and beauty. Call Broadway Dental today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Sender or Dr. Russ. Our office, located in Hicksville, is close to all major parkways and the Long Island Railroad.

At Broadway Dental, Dr. Scott Russ and Dr. Jeffrey Sender deliver high-quality care to enhance the way your smile looks and feels. The doctors offer emergency dentistry to address immediate oral healthcare concerns, as well as full-service restorative dentistry to give you a smile that lasts a lifetime. Drs. Russ and Sender also deliver a full array of cosmetic treatments and orthodontic solutions to remedy esthetic issues and take your smile to new heights.

Broadway Dental offers convenient appointment times, including Saturdays, and Wednesday evenings. Comprehensive dental services performed in one location set Broadway Dental apart. Our specially trained doctors and team take pride in delivering the best of modern dentistry. From porcelain veneers to sleep apnea therapy to dental implant placement and restoration, Drs. Russ and Sender will put their expertise and experience to work for you, addressing your unique needs with compassion and clinical expertise.

Experience comprehensive dentistry focused on your smile’s health and beauty. Call Broadway Dental today to schedule an appointment with Drs. Russ and Sender. Our Hicksville dental office, offering services for all your dental needs, is conveniently located close to all major parkways and the Hicksville Railroad Station.

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Meet The Doctors

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  • Dr.
    Jeffrey Sender

    Dr. Sender graduated from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in 1991 and completed a residency at VA Northport and University Hospital at Stonybrook in 1992. The doctor values continuing education in order to deliver consistently high-quality orthodontics, implant dentistry, and restorative care. His advanced training includes the completion of a two-year post-graduate program in implant surgery and prosthetics at New York University in 2000. A Long Island resident for most of his life, Dr. Sender is married and has three children. 

  • Dr.
    Scott Russ

    Dr. Russ received his undergraduate degree from SUNY Binghamton in 1987. He went on to obtain his doctorate from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in 1991. A residency program at Nassau County Medical Center followed. Dr. Russ has continued to expand his knowledge and acumen through the completion of post-graduate study, including a two-year surgical implant and restorative program at New York University School of Dental Medicine in 2000. When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Russ enjoys exercising and spending time with his family. 


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. Russ provided me with excellent care when I needed it the most."
    Jennifer R.
  • "Visiting Broadway Dental gives my family and me more reasons to smile."
    The Johnson Family

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