Our Staff

Kinga Dabek


Kinga is one of the surgical assistants in our office. She started at Park Avenue Dental in 2017 as a high school intern. Upon conclusion of her year-long internship she presented her dental medicine thesis to her fellow students on the topic of Guided Implant Supported Prostheses in Patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. She went on to graduate at the top of her class from the Bergen County Academies, the highest ranking high schools in the nation. 

She is currently in an accelerated program earning both her bachelor’s at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and her doctoral  degree in dental medicine at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. 

She is fluent in both Polish and English and currently resides in Bergen County. 

Staff CPR

Our exceptional, friendly staff is our greatest asset. All of our dental assistants and hygienists are licensed professionals who pride themselves on staying on the cutting edge of dentistry and patient communication. My staff members Kinga, Brandon, and Regina are excited about what they are doing, have high standards of quality and integrity, and are motivated to achieve the best results for our family of patients.

Our dedicated and motivated staff has one primary goal—your utmost comfort! We feel it’s important that you understand the treatment that you’ll be receiving so that you can relax during the procedure. Our staff is eager to answer any questions regarding your dental care. Please feel free to share with us your needs and concerns.

We love what we do, and it shows on our faces—it seems we’re always smiling around here. You’ll find our staff is friendly and up-beat--and we’ll do our best to make your visit comfortable, and even fun. And all the while we’ll be providing you with the highest quality dental care. Don’t be surprised if it’s the best time you’ve had at a dental office.

Our staff strives to partner with you to help you achieve your maximum oral health. We don’t chide you, or say “tsk tsk.” We work with you to give you the information you need to understand your dental health, and we help you find routines and systems that work for you. We want to be your dental health partner, helping to find the dental health solutions that are right for you.

X-Ray Exposure

Dental X-Ray studies are an invaluable source of diagnostic information. But it is important that exposure to radiation be kept to a minimum. We do this in several ways:

  1. We take radiographs only as necessary to meet diagnostic needs.
  2. We use the most technologically advanced X-Ray Sensor on the market which require only a fraction of the exposure of previous films.
  3. A lead apron and thyroid collar also helps to reduce radiation exposure.