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Dr. Leora Rosenwald – Mineola, NY

Get to Know Dr. Leora Rosenwald

Hailing from nearby Long Island, Dr. Rosenwald is happy to join our dental team. She genuinely loves helping patients achieve beautiful and healthy smiles! To that end, her training and education have been dedicated to truly effective dental care. The result, naturally enough, is that she looks forward to giving Mineola residents the best oral health possible. You can thus truly count on her for tooth and gum aid. To learn more about her background and skill sets, just keep reading or visit her at our office.


Why Did You Become a Dentist?

In reality, Dr. Rosenwald didn’t always think she’d become a dentist. That decision only came after her own experiences in the dental chair.

It all started in Dr. Rosenwald’s childhood. Back then, she had many cavities and often visited her local dentist. Those visits, in turn, left a deep impression on her. Inspired by her dentist’s help, she decided she wanted to relieve other patients’ pain as dentists did for her.


Where Did You Study Dentistry?

After her time at Queens College, Dr. Rosenwald got her dental doctorate from Touro College of Dental Medicine. She also pursued two residencies at New York-Presbyterian Queens, focusing on dental trauma, full mouth rehab, and treating medically complex patients. Her education has since continued through work with accredited dental groups. She particularly prides herself on being a member of the American Dental Association and the New York Dental Association.


Outside of the Office, What Do You Like to Do?

When she’s not working, Dr. Rosenwald makes the most of her off hours. That often means spending time with her friends and family, especially her husband and three kids. She also enjoys hobbies like exercise, cooking, and baking. She’ll even try something daring on occasion – she once, in fact, ice-climbed down a glacier in Iceland!