Meet Dr. Mundiya

Oral Surgeon in Stony Brook, NY

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Junaid Mundiya, DMD Dr. Junaid Mundiya is a New York native, and grew up on Long Island, NY. Dr. Mundiya earned his Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology with concentration in Biology and Chemistry at CUNY Queens College. He then attended Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry in Philadelphia to pursue a Doctorate of Dental Medicine.

Dr. Mundiya started his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery career at John H. Stroger, Cook County Hospital in Chicago where he completed a year long internship. He then completed his training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at The Brooklyn Hospital Center.

His primary interests are dentoalveolar surgery, implantology, tissue regeneration, dental rehabilitation, trauma, and orthognathic surgery. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, hiking, swimming, and spending quality time with his family and friends. Dr. Mundiya is married with one child.

What made you choose dentistry as a career?

Dentistry is a broad scope that provides opportunity to work in a hospital setting, or in private practice. It allows a dentist to transfer their surgical and artistic skills to provide care for a patient. I had the opportunity to be trained in a program which encompasses a private practice setting and a hospital setting. Dentistry gives you the best of medicine, engineering, artistry, and leadership.

What is your philosophy of dentistry?

“Prevention is better than cure.”

How do you want patients to feel when they leave your office?

After leaving the office, the patient should feel comfortable. They should feel relieved of their acute pain or discomfort and ecstatic to use their new smile.

What do you like most about dentistry? What do you like least?

Dentistry provides instant gratification to the surgeon and the patient. A patient that arrives in pain, can return home in comfort. Seeing a patient happy, and comfortable is my favorite feeling in dentistry.

Unfortunately, we must perform surgery which may cause some discomfort. That is probably my least liked part about dentistry. Fortunately, with advances in our sedation practice we can make our patients more comfortable.