DDS and AEGD, SUNY Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine; Implantology and Orthdontic continuum, New York University and the United States Dental Institute, respectively.
He is the consummate generalist, involved in innumerable facets of the profession. “I eat, drink, sleep, talk and dream in dentistry,” he says.
Loupe light. “I can do field dentistry in a remote rural village with very basic tools as long as I have perfect illumination every time.”
Managing his family and personal life, ensuring staff satisfaction, continuing his education and serving as an officer in the Air Force — all while providing top-level dental care.
Jazz, or something acoustic. Around the office, though, he defers to his staff — which usually means soft-pop hits.
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