Meet the Doctor

Educational Background

  • University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine; 1984. Degree: Doctor of Medical Dentistry
  • Brandeis University, 1980. Degree: Bachelor of Arts; Dual Major, Biology and Biochemistry. Graduation with honors.

Meeting the High Standards of My Peers

Membership in these organizations lets me gain insight into events that are shaping the future of dentistry:

  • Fellow: Academy of General Dentistry
  • Fellow: American Academy of Sleep Disorders Dental Society
  • Member: American Dental Association
  • Member: Pennsylvania Dental Association
  • Member: Montgomery/Bucks Dental Association
  • Member: Philadelphia Dental Society
  • Member: International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Member: American Academy of Periodontology
  • Member: American College of Oral Implantology
  • Member: American Society of Osseointegration
  • Member: American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Member: Academy of Stomatology


  • Crozer Chester Medical Center, 1983
  • Children’s Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1983

Serving the Community

  • Board of Trustees, Jewish Community Center, Kaiserman Branch, 1993–1999
  • President’s Award, Brith Shalom, Cardozo Lodge 1990–1995
  • Certificate of Recognition, Stamford Jaycees, 1987
  • Commissioner’s Award, Lower Merion Little League, For Ten Years Outstanding Service, 1993–2004
  • Vice President of the Saint George’s Cancer Society, 1983–1984
  • Oxford’s Who’s Who, Elite Registry of Extraordinary Professionals
  • Member, Board of Directors, Radnor Valley CC, 1998–2005, 2018–2022
  • Travel Coach, Lower Merion, Lower Merion Soccer Club, 1998–2004
  • Spokesperson for Channel 10 News on various subjects in dental news

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.

Dr. Berson is excited to meet you and discuss your dental needs. Call our office today at (610) 667-6666 to schedule the first step toward your healthiest smile.