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William Perez, DDS

Fax: 718-250-6431

William Perez, DDS

Pediatric Dentist
The Dr. Harry and Mrs. Freida Dym Dental and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Center
The Brooklyn Hospital Center - Outpatient Care Building - 1st Floor
121 DeKalb Ave
Medical School: 
New York University
NYU College of Dentistry/Bellevue Hospital
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About Dr. William Perez : 

TBHC is proud to count Dr. William “Trey” Perez as a Pediatric Dentist and member of our team at the Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Center. Dr. Perez and his team provides the highest quality pediatric care available, offering a full array of affordable dental services for children in our Brooklyn community. He specializes in treating pediatric patients and patients with special needs in both clinical and operating room settings.

Dr. Perez earned his BS at Syracuse University, and his Master of Public Health from the University of Florida. He completed dental school at New York University, and performed a General Practice Residency, here, at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in 2013. Dr. Perez then completed his specialty training at NYU/Bellevue in Pediatric Dentistry, before returning to TBHC.

A committed champion of public health, health promotion, and disease prevention, Dr. Perez promotes the prevention, early detection and treatment of childhood dental disease, while maintaining a positive, happy, and safe environment for all the children and families that visit him. As an example of his dedication to good oral health in children, he recently began a collaborative program with TBHC’s Children’s Health Center, providing dental screenings and fluoride varnish treatment during pediatric visits. Dr. Perez and his team work with parents and children to protect teeth from developing decay through this fluoride treatment, and to develop meaningful connections to encourage a lifetime of good oral health for the whole family.

Dr. Perez has participated in outreach domestically in Alaska, Maine, and rural New York; and internationally in El Salvador and Ecuador. He has completed research in both public health and oral health, with an emphasis on rates of tooth decay, by increasing the number of children that see a dentist by their first birthday. He is an active member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.