How I can help your smile:
I strive to provide dentistry that is detailed and comfortable. I enjoy building strong relationships with everyone that comes into Virginia Dental Center, and see those relationships as a crucial part of a successful treatment. I became a dentist because I enjoy meeting new people and see my job as a culmination of an ever-evolving science and art.
How I became a dentist:
I graduated with a degree in Biology from Monmouth University. I continued my education at SUNY University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. Through hard work and dedication, I received honors from the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the Northeastern Society of Periodontists. While I was in dental school, I served as the Social Chair and Treasurer of the Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity student chapter.
After dental school, I completed a General Practice Residency at Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center treating our nation's veterans. I was afforded the opportunity to work closely with specialists and hone in on developing my skills in root canal therapy, fixed and removable prosthodontics, implant dentistry, and oral surgery.
Outside of work:
I enjoy staying active, reading, watching sports, traveling and checking out local farmers' markets. I grew up in Smithville, New Jersey and currently live in Falls Church with my wife Shira.
The Virginia Dental Center
1025 N. Fillmore St. ~ Suite A
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (703) 879-7918
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