Meet Your Doctor, Carl F. Ern, DDS

Meet Your Doctor, Carl F. Ern, DDS

"One of my professors at dental school said, 'Your greatest challenge as a dentist will be to apply everything you learn to giving the best possible dental care to every person you treat.' Thirty years later, I'm still guided by that thought."

A powerful education stretches the mind with new ideas to improve your quality of life.

"Continuing education is a powerful tool which helps me give you and your family the best, state-of-the-art dental care." - Carl F. Ern, DDS 
Dr. Ern opened Putnam Dental in 1984. He has been practicing for over 35 years. He has more than 1,000 hours of advanced continuing education in the areas of porcelain veneers, endodontics, CEREC® restorations, implant, and oral surgery. He believes that continuing education is essential to providing his patients with the best care possible. 

Dr. Ern is an active member of his community, and enjoys giving back by serving on mission trips to treat patients in need overseas. He is a New York City marathon runner who also enjoys gardening and photography. Dr. Ern is married with two sons and serves as Parish Council President.

Over 1000 hours of continuing education

Advanced training in:

  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Cerec Crowns,
  • Implant Technology
  • Surgical Techniques

Professional Groups make for a lively exchange of ideas on how to better serve you.

"The organizations I belong to are essential to keeping me up-to-date on vital issues like safety standards, new technology, and more effective patient care. I pass these benefits on to you when I see you in my office."

Active and Involved with his family and community.

"I won't believe I've done enough as long as it's possible that I have something more to contribute."

Married, two sons, Parish Council President, New York City marathon runner, gardener, cycler, photographer

A Philosophy of Care that blends technology with caring.

"If advanced dentistry isn't mixed with personal attention and concern, it's purely mechanical. You deserve compassionate care, and so does each member of your family -- from the oldest adult to the youngest child. I spend the extra time to get to know you and make you comfortable."