LONG TIME LOVE FOR SMILES
I was exposed to dentistry at a young age from my father’s dental practice in Florida. I decided I wanted to become an orthodontist while in high school, because I realized how much a great, healthy smile could light up a room and make people feel great about themselves. I hope to create beautiful, healthy smiles everyday that will encourage people to smile big and smile often.
With all of the advancements in orthodontics and Invisalign, I work hard to always be ahead of the curve. I love learning and take as many continuing education courses as possible.
EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
I graduated from the University of Michigan as Co-Valedictorian with Highest Distinction in a class of over 5,000 graduates and was elected as a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. After college, I moved to Boston to attend Tufts Dental School, where I graduated summa cum laude and was again honored as valedictorian.
After graduating dental school, I continued my training as a general practice resident at Coler-Goldwater Hospital in New York and was appointed Chief Resident. I then completed my three-year Orthodontic Residency program at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.
- American Association of Orthodontists
- American Board of Orthodontics
- American Dental Association
I enjoy living in NJ with my wife Amy and my two boys Cole and Jack. My family loves to travel, ski, play tennis, attend concerts, visit museums, and search for the next photograph to frame.