Special Field of Interest
Board-eligible specialist doing Root Canal Treatment exclusively
Member of the American Dental Association
Member of the Pennsylvania Dental Association
Member and Past President of the Montgomery Bucks Dental Society
Member and Past President of the (Greater Philadelphia) Grossman Endodontic Study Club
1973 – Graduated from Rutgers University – B.A. in Biology
1977 – Graduated from The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine – D.M.D.
1978 – Completed General Dentistry Residency at The Jewish General Hospital (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
1982 – Acquired Certificate of Endodontics from Temple University School of Dentistry
1994 to Present – Teaching staff at Albert Einstein Medical Center Department of Endodontics
My hobbies include bicycle riding and music. I play trumpet, electric bass and guitar. I have performed as a member of several groups in the Philadelphia area.
I grew up in West Orange, NJ. After completing my dental education at the University of Pennsylvania, I was honored with the opportunity to participate in a wonderful one year general practice residency at The Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Upon completion of that program, I returned to New Jersey for six months; then purchased a general practice where I worked for 18 months. I sold that to return to Temple University in 1980 for the endodontic program. I completed the specialty practice in 1982 and have been the endodontist in King of Prussia ever since.
What I Love Most About My Job
I get to work with some great people on our staff. And I have been blessed with the opportunity to help people when they most need it, dealing with resolution of pain or infection. These are often challenging situations, and as a specialist I get the difficult ones, but most of these issues are successfully resolved. There is a lot of satisfaction in this.