Meet Dr. Hricko

"What I enjoy most about practicing orthodontics is creating long-lasting relationships with my patients and giving them the smile that makes them happy."

Dr. Gabriela Hricko's charismatic personality and warm caring touch compliment her strong academic credentials. She has been providing orthodontic care for over 12 years to people in the New York area.

Dr. Gabriela Hricko graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a BA in psychology. She then attended Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery where she received her DDS. Following completion of a general practice residency at Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, NY, she worked in private practice for a year. Dr. Hricko completed her specialty training in orthodontics as well as her masters in dental science at the University of Connecticut Health Center.

Dr. Hricko has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor in Orthodontics at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine. She was an Elite Premier Invisalign Provider in 2014 and has been a Premiere Prefered Invisalign Provider since 2010. She was a featured expert on realself.com and behindtheburner.com. She is currently a member of the American Association of Orthodontists and the Northeastern Society of Orthodontists.

Dr. Gabriela Hricko is passionate about tennis and played singles and doubles for Harvard's Division I Women's Tennis Team that captured numerous Ivy League Titles. Her passion for the game continues as she is a Committee Benefit Member for the New York Junior Tennis League Gala and a member of the Harvard Tennis Alumni Association. She also likes to run and has served as a mentor for the Team in Training Program fundraising for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society. She ran the Lake Placid, Nashville and Charlottesville Half-Marathons  Dr. Hricko also served as a mentor for the Year-Up tutoring program. Her other interests include yoga, golf, travelling, and playing piano. Dr. Hricko is committed to providing the best care to her patients.

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