Continuing to Present State-of-the-Art Dentistry
Dentistry is a rapidly changing field. Research and new information on dental materials, procedures, and high-tech equipment are updated every day. That is why I take over 150 hours of continuing education every year and subscribe to over 30 dental publications.
- University of New Jersey Medical and Dental School: Two-year study of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction and Myofacial Pain Syndrome 1994–96
- President’s Award, Brith Shalom, Cardozo Lodge 1990–1995
- University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine: Certificate in Implantology, a 100-hour course study, from 1990–94
- American Academy of Orthodontics: Two-year study of Orthodontics and Temporalmandibular Joint Dysfunction. 1985–87
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Madison, Wisconsin: The Study of Cosmetic Dentistry and the Art of the Smile, 1990–96, 2004–05
- Misch Institute of Implantology: A two-year study of Implantology, 1984–86
- Paragon Management Company: Practice Management, Leadership, Mastering Insurance and Patient Regulations. 1990–95
- John Witzig, DDS Annual Conference on TMJ/Orthodontics, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1986–87
- Roger Levin Leadership Group: Practice Management and Leadership, Life Coaching, 1999–2001
In addition to the above-mentioned long-term course studies, I have completed an additional 1500 hours of course studies. The subjects varied among the following list of categories: Basic Science, Endodontics, Myofacial Pain and Occlusion, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Periodontics, Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics, Oral Medicine, Implantology, Special Patient Care, Practice Management, and Esthetic Dentistry.