I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rutgers University, and my Doctorate of Medical Dentistry from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDJ). After graduating from the UMDJ, I completed a one-year hospital-based Residency Program at JFK Medical Center that focused on the management of emergency and medically complex cases. Currently, I am an active member of the Pankey Institute, a highly regarded organization and learning community that emphasizes the benefits of individualized and comprehensive dentistry. Its courses and teachings are symbiotic with my approach to dental care – provide meaningful, long-lasting solutions specific to the needs and goals of each patient.
I am an active member of various continuing education clubs and associations, such as the ADA, Union County Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, NJDA, American Academy of Dental practice Administration, and Pankey Institute of Advanced Dental Studies, keeping up to date with the latest clinical research, techniques, and developments within the profession. Within a constantly evolving profession, it is exciting to share advancements in the most modern techniques of dentistry with other dental professionals in the community.
In my spare time I enjoy reading, painting, drawing, and playing with my two cats, Meesa and Moseley. I love spending time outdoors with friends and family and enjoy hiking the many great trails in the Northeast. I enjoy participating in dental outreach programs and have made several trips abroad to educate and provide care in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and at an Indian Reservation.