Dr. Eric is a second-generation dental specialist. His father, William, was a well-known New York periodontist and long-time assistant chairman of periodontics at New York University.
Following in his father’s footsteps, Eric graduated from NYU Dental School. He took the NYU post-graduate endodontic program and immediately began an internship at New York Veteran’s Administration Hospital and Bellevue Hospital in New York City. He continued his training with a two-year residency at the New York Veteran’s Hospital. Upon graduation he was a clinical instructor in prosthetics and endodontics at New York University Dental School.
Eric practiced endodontics for more than 15 years in Westchester. He was an active member of Alpha Omega dental fraternity and held various officer positions. Eric belonged to many study clubs and presented clinics and lectures frequently. He was on staff at the Westchester County Hospital, White Plains Hospital, and the Northport Veterans Administration Hospital. He was a clinical instructor and was active in all institutions presenting seminars to the students. Simultaneously, Eric taught at NYU Dental School as an assistant clinical instructor, enjoying the process of motivating new talent.
If ‘practice makes perfect’ Eric is the consummate endodontist.