Saeed Epakchi - Dentist at Smile Huntington

Saeed Epakchi

Saeed Epakchi


Dr. Epakchi is a gentle, caring dentist who uses the most advanced materials & procedures available. He practices comfortable, health-centered dentistry with a strong emphasis on getting to know each of his patients. In addition to his technical proficiency, Dr. Epakchi is a careful listener & will explain beforehand which treatment is best for your individual needs.

Dr. Epakchi graduated from Walt Whitman HS in 1984. After earning his bachelor’s degree from SUNY Stony Brook in 1988, Dr. Epakchi received his doctorate from Boston University in 1993. He started a practice in Brooklyn, which still is seeing patients today. After he was in Brooklyn, Dr. Epakchi took over a practice in Hicksville in 1997 and Plainview in 1999. Being raised and a current resident of Huntington, he wanted to always practice dentistry in his hometown. He recently sold those practices and has now joined Dr. Berg in Huntington. Dr. Berg & Dr. Epakchi’s office is now called Smile Huntington.

Dr. Epakchi has always valued the importance of continuing to learn and expand the services being offered at his office. He has taken many continuing education courses, including those from the LVI (Las Vegas Institute)& The Pankey Institute. Dr. Epakchi is a member of the American Dental Association, the Suffolk County Dental Society & the New York State Dental Association. He is also a member of The Academy of General Dentistry, and due to his numerous hours of continuing education, he is eligible to become an FAGD. This will make Dr. Epakchi a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, a very prestigious association and level of membership. Dr. Epakchi looks forward to your visit & to showing you how exceptional dentistry can improve your life.

Dr. Epakchi is also a member of:

  • American Dental Association
  • New York Dental Association
  • Suffolk County Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • Oral Sedation Network
  • American Academy of Facial Esthetics