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When you choose a dentist, you are looking for someone who is honest, reliable, and knowledgeable. Dr. Gary Reznik and Dr. Joshua Gentry are these dentists. They realize the value of excellent patient care and have established a great reputation in Bel Air, Maryland area since Dr. Gary Reznik founded the practice in 2004. Our office is always accepting new patients and would love to have you be part of our Family, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry practice.

In keeping up with today’s latest technologies, our office offers state-of-the-art facilities that combine the latest in preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry. Dr. Reznik and Dr. Gentry believe that patients should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health. Our team works hard to educate patients and both doctors always make sure to answer questions in order to develop the ideal dentist-patient relationship.

We are confident that your visit to our office will be highlighted by our warm, family-like atmosphere and you can rest assured that our dental team will advise, educate, and perform dental care that will have you referring your friends and family. 

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  • Dr.
    Gary Reznik

    Dr. Gary Reznik graduated from University of Maryland Dental School in 2000. He completed a General Practice Residency at the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark New Jersey. Dr. Reznik completed additional training in clinical implantology (dental implants) at New York University Dental School. Since he began practicing dentistry, Dr. Reznik kept up to date on many continuing education classes, ensuring that his patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced dental care. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Maryland Dental Association, and Academy of General Dentistry.

  • Dr. Joshua Gentry

    Dr. Joshua Gentry is a native of Harford County and is a graduate of Loyola College in Maryland. Dr. Gentry received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland Dental School in 2013. He then continued his training by completing a General Practice Residency at Abington Memorial Hospital, just outside of Philadelphia. Since entering practice Dr. Gentry has been able to provide his patients with the most advanced comprehensive care available through his active pursuit of continuing education. Dr. Gentry is a member of the Academy of General Dentists and the Maryland State Dental Association.

  • Dr. Stephanie Spitznagel

    Dr. Stephanie Spitznagel is a graduate of Washington College and completed an NIH post-baccalaureate research program at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in 2015. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland Dental School. Dr. Spitznagel continued her training as a General Practice Resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She pursues continuing education with a goal of providing up-to-date and comprehensive dental care to her patients. Dr. Spitznagel is a member of the American Dental Association, Maryland Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Association of Women Dentists.


    Great experience. I had a root canal done by Dr. Gentry and I can honestly say I felt absolutely zero pain. They take every step possible to ensure you are as comfortable as you can be throughout the process. The entire staff exudes professionalism and is extremely friendly. I have more work I need to get done and the front desk was very helpful in reviewing the treatment plan and contacting my insurance provider so I know what I’ll have to pay out of pocket. I have always hated going to the dentist but they make it easy.

    - Kevin Williams

    Dr.Resnick just removed my bottom 10 teeth. Yup said 10. I was very nervous but the doctor and his staff made me very comfortable. Dr Resnick was very quick and almost painless. It was pretty easy. Now i have a full set of dentures and couldn't be happier. His prices were also very resonable. Thank you

    - Patricia Shea

    This was my first time visiting this dentist. From the waiting area to the rooms the entire facility is clean and well organized. All the staff are pleasant and kind and very helpful and took the time to calm my nerves. I’m excited to have a new dentist I don’t mind going to!

    - Krystal Nunez

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