I am a Prosthodontist with additional three years of rigorous training from New York Presbyterian, a hospital-based surgical Prosthodontic program with didactic coursework completed at Columbia University. The graduate Prosthodontic program trained me to handle the most clinically challenging cases. I have undergone 8 years of rigorous dental training to provide you with specialty level care and you will be pleased to receive the highest standards of care from me.”

My Practice Philosophy

Through many years of university education and continuing educations, I was able perform the right treatments for my patients. Probably, developing the right treatment plan could be the most challenging aspect in patient care and it could be the making or breaking part in any treatment protocol. For a successful treatment outcome, patient who is the most important person in my practice needs to be listened and understood completely in terms of their “wants and needs”. This allows for a desired functional and esthetic outcome and guarantees patient satisfaction in the end. This kind of “patient centered practice philosophy” helps me to put patient and their dental health as the priority and produce exceptional results every time. My patients enjoy my warm and caring bedside manners, easy going personality and jovial nature. I strive to provide them with the best treatment to my ability.

Education

  • DDS – School of Dental Medicine, SUNY Buffalo, NY (2008)
  • Certificate in Advanced Education of General Dentistry – VA Hudson Valley, NY (2009) 
  • Certificate in Prosthodontics – Graduate Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry  – New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY (2016) 

Experience & Membership

  • Private Practice, New York, NY (2016-2019) 
  • Staff Prosthodontist, VA NY Harbor Healthcare System, NY. (2016-2019)
  • Member, American College of Prosthodontics, American Prosthodontic Society 
  • Member, International Association for Dental Research
  • Member, American Dental Association

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