Roman Kogen, Dentist

Roman Kogen

Dentist

35-30 Francis Lewis Blvd Bayside NY, 11358

About

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

(718) 461-0100

https://www.queenssmile.com

Education and Training

Magna Cum Laude at Hunter Coll bachelors in Psychology 2005

Woodhull Medical Center general practice residency with a focus on surgery and endodontics 2006

Provider Details

Male English

Areas of expertise and specialization

Dentistry

Roman Kogen's Practice location

Gentle Dental in Queens

35-30 Francis Lewis Blvd -
Bayside, NY 11358
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New patients: 718-461-0100
https://www.queenssmile.com

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