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Smile Bright with Dr. Uri Levy - Your Trusted Dental Care Expert

Dr. Uri Levy, DMD

University of Pennsylvania, Doctor of Dental Medicine

“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.”

A Legacy of Excellence and Dedication

Earning the profound respect of both colleagues and patients has been a lifelong pursuit for Dr. Uri Levy. His unwavering commitment to professionalism and personal integrity has solidified his reputation as a distinguished figure in the field of dentistry.

With a foundation built on a solid educational background, Dr. Levy embarked on a journey fueled by an insatiable quest for excellence. His gratitude for studying under esteemed dental professors resonates in his daily practice, where he swiftly identifies dental issues and administers treatments with the utmost care, minimizing discomfort for his patients. Driven by an unyielding passion for staying at the forefront of advancements, he diligently dedicates 40 hours each year to professional development.

Dr. Levy's impressive educational milestones include:

  • 2010: Recertification in CPR from the 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

Beyond his exceptional qualifications, Dr. Levy generously shares his wealth of wisdom to benefit others. Whether addressing corporate health functions or engaging with school children and civic groups, his intent remains the same: to impart not only dental insights but also valuable life lessons. He emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility in maintaining oral health, resonating with the belief that individuals are their own dentists most of the time.

As an esteemed member of the medical community, Dr. Levy serves on staff at Mount Sinai Hospital, where he contributes as an Instructor in the Residency Program. Furthermore, he has delivered captivating lectures on various dental topics, including "Management of the Cardiac Patient" at the Liberty Dental Conference in Philadelphia (1988) and "Xerostomia" at the World Dental Conference in Jerusalem (1987). Dr. Levy also extends his expertise as a consultant at corporate health functions.

In summary, Dr. Uri Levy stands as a paragon of dental excellence, dedicating his life to the pursuit of knowledge, compassion, and the betterment of others. His illustrious career is a testament to his unwavering commitment to dentistry and his enduring impact on both his profession and the community he serves.