Dr. Adi Einhorn completed his periodontology and implant dentistry training at the prestigious world-renown New York University, earning a Clinical Scholarship in addition to achieving first place on NYU Research Day. He is one of a select group of students who earned the right to call this prestigious establishment their Alma Mater.
He holds the highest available professional degree: Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
Dr. Adi Einhorn is licensed in the United States through the National Board of Dental Examinations. He is a member of the North-Eastern Society of Periodontology, and the American Academy of Periodontology. He currently teaches at the Tel-Aviv University School of Dentistry as a clinical instructor and has a private practice in Herzliya Pituah
Dr. Adi Einhorn specializes in full-service periodontal disease treatment and dental implant services, using the latest techniques and state-of-the-art technology to ensure all patients are treated with the highest degree of expertise.
Dr. Einhorn also provides other high-level specialty dental services, including treatment for patients who are immunocompromised, no-fear dentistry with nitrous oxide and IV sedation and dental-related biopsies.
"The Quality treatment of gum diseases, as is the preservation of teeth and/or implants, are an ongoing process that requires chemistry, trust and a personal connection between patientand physician."
These are the cornerstones on which I base the treatment I provide:
Thoroughness: data collection, diagnosis, creation of atreatment plan and its implementation.
Coordinating expectations: finding a common language and a fruitful cooperation.
Quality: Using the best materials. From surgical instruments, optics and lighting equipment, all the way to the quality of surgical sutures.
Innovation: implementation of advanced practices and techniques, as well as the integration of state-of-the-art technologies.
Maintenance: Continuous post-treatment follow-ups over the years with patients for the purposes of preserving the resultson the one hand, and early diagnosis in case of deteriorationon the other