New York’s very own, Dr. Roman Kogen was raised in the borough of Queens and is the first member in his family to graduate with a doctorate degree. Dr. Kogen is a sharp-minded, goal oriented, and clearly dedicated individual who sets extremely high standards to succeed in any given environment. Graduating Magna Cum Laude at Hunter College with a bachelors in Psychology, Dr. Kogen knew that studying human behavior would benefit him as a dentist through the application of social dynamics with patient interaction. Dr. Kogen attended New York University and completed his general practice residency at Woodhull Medical Center with a focus on surgery and endodontics. His enthusiasm and professional work ethic allows Dr. Kogen to leave lasting impressions on his patients while achieving quality work and providing a giving power that dentistry is able to exalt
Gentle Dental in Queens
35-30 Francis Lewis Blvd,
Bayside, NY 11358
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Magna Cum Laude at Hunter Coll bachelors in Psychology 2005
Woodhull Medical Center general practice residency with a focus on surgery and endodontics 2006
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