I grew up in the suburbs of Boston, and learned from an early age that I wanted to be a Dentist. Watching the local dentists in my community care for their patients like extended family inspired me to pursue a profession that combines science and art with uniquely interpersonal interactions. It is my privilege to have patients entrust me with their well-being, and I endeavor to make every dental appointment as comfortable as possible.
I earned a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry with minors in Chemistry and History from Brandeis University, before graduating from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine for my Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD). My education at Harvard included a year within Harvard Medical School, as well as multiple hospital rotations, which allowed me to care for more medically complex patients. I then completed a 1 year Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency at the VA medical center in Providence, Rhode Island, which provided me training in more complex surgical and advanced restorative procedures.
Outside of Dentistry, my passions include music (I have been playing the guitar for 12 years), traveling with my wife Esra, binge watching tv shows, and watching Patriots and Celtics games.