Area of Expertise :
- »Periodontal gum and bone surgery
- »Surgical extractions
- »Hard and soft tissue grafting
- »Dental implants
- »Oral pathology
- »Deep scaling and surgery
- »Sinus lifts and grafting
Dr. Roger Bronstein has been practicing dentistry for close to 40 years and has been engaged in private practice limited to Periodontics and dental implants since 1977. Periodontics is a specialty focusing on gum health as well as saving teeth.
Dr. Bronstein was appointed Assistant Clinical Professor of Periodontics at N.Y.U. Dental School in 1977,appointed interim Director of the N.Y.U. Post Graduate Periodontics Department in 1981, appointed Assistant Attendant in Periodontics at Beth Israel Hospital in 1982 and an Attending in Periodontics at the Westchester Medical Center in 1985.
Dr. Bronsteinuses calm, experience, and education in order to provide top notch periodontal treatments to his patients. He was elected to The New York County Board of Directors from 2001 through 2008, serving as director at large, member of the nominating committee, member of the peer review committee and serving at the state level on the council on dental practice and the council on the dental benefits.
Professional Affiliations :
- »American Dental Association
- »American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- »Northeastern Society of Periodontics
- »American Academy of Oral Medicine
- »New York State Society of Periodontics
- »International Congress of Oral Implantology
- »Academy of Osseointengration
- »Academy of Laser Dentistry
- »American College of Oral Implantology
Undergraduate Education: Long Island University 1972 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry (B.S.) Magna Cum Laude.
Dental Education: Tufts University School of Dental medicine; D.M.D Degree 1975. Magna Cum Laude graduate, Finished first in class of 125 students Elected to national honor society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon Received the Academy of Periodontology annual student award
Post Graduate Education: Veteran's Administration Hospital; Certificate in Periodontics, 1977. Completed anesthesiology clerkship and emergency room training, and internal medicine internship associated with the New England Center Hospital, 1976.
Post Graduate Training: Harvard UniversityPostdoctoral Periodontics Certificate, 1977. Appointed as clinical teaching fellow, 1976. Originalresearch thesis in oral biology on connective tissue specificity relatingto wound healing.