About Us

We know it’s easier for our patients to build good dental habits when everyone — patient, family and doctor — are all in it together. So we’ve created a practice that works a little differently.

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Parents are always welcome to come into the suite for their child’s appointment.

We want to get to know our patients, not distract them.

No matter where a child is in their dental habits, we work with them (and their families) to find a care plan that works.

We go out of our way to show that the dentist’s office doesn’t have to be a scary place.

Meet The Team

Dr. Lois Jackson

Dr. Lois Jackson is the founding partner of Pediatric Dentists NYC, specializing in the treatment of all children and teens. She is a graduate of Barnard College and Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, earning both a dental degree and a specialty degree in pediatric dentistry. She also completed a general practice residency in the trauma center at Montefiore Medical Center, which provided valuable experience in emergency care.

Dr. Jackson says her favorite part of being a pediatric dentist is the kids. Her patients are treated with consideration to their treatment needs, but also to who they are as individuals. The opportunity to provide personalized dental care and create a positive attitude toward good oral health for each patient is her goal. She strives to create smiles!

As part of her commitment to children and their well-being, Dr. Jackson serves on the board of Camp Brooklyn, an organization that sends children to sleep away camp. This project makes lifetime memories for the campers who would not ordinarily have this experience. Dr. Jackson is also on the board of Flatbush Development Corporation, which maintains the urban experience for all community residents by funding after-school and summer programs for children and community events, among other programs. She is also a member of the Board of Advisors at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and the Executive Committee of the New York County Dental Society.

Dr. Jackson travels extensively through the United States and will soon have visited every state and many national parks. She is a frequent visitor to New Orleans for the food, music and good times. She is an avid moviegoer and enjoys documentaries in particular. The Sundance Film Festival is a frequent vacation destination.

Dr. Jackson moved to Brooklyn before it was so cool and is thrilled with the evolution of the borough.

Dr. Adam Silevitch

Dr. Adam Silevitch (“Dr. Adam”) is a partner at Pediatric Dentists NYC. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Born and raised in the Boston area, he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and his dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine, before completing specialized post-graduate training in pediatric dentistry from Columbia University, where he served as chief resident.

Dr. Adam’s favorite part of the job is creating long-lasting bonds with his patients and their parents. He says, “I strive to make going to the dentist an amazing experience and something every child looks forward to!”

He is an Attending Pediatric Dentist at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and an Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine. He is also the past president of the Northeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry (NESPD) and the current president of the New York Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. He actively participates in dental outreach missions and has traveled to the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Cape Verde, and Costa Rica to treat local children and families who lack access to dental care. Global healthcare equality is a personal passion of Dr. Adam’s, and you will often hear him saying “it fills my cup to give back”.

In his free time, Dr. Adam enjoys spending quality time with his two sons, Teddy and Evan, wife, Cierra, and dog, Luna. He loves his yoga and meditation practice, incorporating mindfulness into his everyday practice and patient care philosophy.