I am a 2010 graduate of New York University College of Dentistry, Jonathan and Maxine Ferencz Advanced Education in Post Graduate Prosthodontics. Before that I acquired my DDS degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 2007.
During my residency in Prosthodontics I worked closely with many premier Prosthodontists as my mentors who instructed and directed me in the art and science of Prosthodontics. As a resident, I also acted as clinical faculty in the pre-doctorate dental clinics, helping instruct future general dentists in the fundamentals of Prosthodontics.
Upon Graduation from my residency in Prosthodontics, I made the decision to continue my relationship with the institution that had given me so much in hopes that I could do the same for future generations of dentists and Prosthodontists. I am currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University. As a Clinical Assistant Professor, I have been able to instruct and mentor the International Prosthodontic Residents in fundamental clinical skills. Additionally, I joined my father, who is an established Prosthodontist in his private practice with the anticipation of gaining experience as a private practitioner.