Dr. Uri Levy

“Imagine a world full of bright, smiling people. That’s the world I imagine, and why I chose to be a dentist. It’s really amazing what a sparkling white smile can do for a person. It gives confidence, so you feel better about yourself. It radiates friendship, so others are always happy to see you. It says your mouth is healthy. It even expresses affection and happiness. Whenever I can give that gift to a person, I feel I’ve done a good day’s work.”

EARNING THE RESPECT OF COLLEAGUES AND PATIENTS is something Dr. Uri  Levy works at every day of his life.

“Gaining the trust and respect of my patients and colleagues alike means that I’ve proven my expertise professionally and personally. But I don’t rest on my laurels. Each day is another opportunity to impress a patient with better than expected service, and to learn about the latest advances through professional memberships.”

Member: American Dental Association, First District Dental Society, Psi Omega Dental Society, New York State Dental Society, Pennsylvania Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Executive Health Examiners.

Licenses: New York State Dental License, State of Pennsylvania Dental License, State of New Jersey Dental License, North East Regional Board

A SOLID EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND ignites a life dedicated to excellence.

“I’m grateful for having studied under first rate dental professors. And I use the knowledge I’ve gained every day by spotting your dental problems quickly and treating them with little or no pain to you. To keep pace with advancements, I take 40 hours of professional courses each year.”

  • 2010 - Recertification in CPR from American Heart Association (AHA)
  • 1990 - Covenant Implant-Prosthetic Certification
  • 1988 - Veterans Administration Medical Center, General Practice Residency Certificate of Completion
  • 1987 - University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, D.M.D.
  • 1987 - Certification from AHA in CPR and Emergency Cardiac Care
  • 1983 - The State University of New York at Stony Brook, Bachelor of Science

 SHARING HIS WISDOM to help others learn from his experience.

“When I speak at a corporate health function, I hope the insights and knowledge I pass on not only makes them better at understanding dental problems but better at understanding people. And when I talk to school children or civic groups, the message I want to get across is that you are your own dentist most of the time. So do the job right!”

On Staff: Mount Sinai Hospital, Instructor/Residency Program

Lecturer: Presented Management of the Cardiac Patient, Liberty Dental Conference, Philadelphia (1988); Xerostomia, World Dental Conference, Jerusalem (1987) 1988 Present: Consultant at corporate health functions