Meet Dr. Steven Oppenheimer
Steven Oppenheimer, DDS brings his extensive clinical experience and knowledge of technology, as well as his friendly and professional demeanor to the practice.
Dr. Oppenheimer grew up in the local Woodmere community. He was active in the community, both as a youth counselor at youth groups and basketball clinics, and as a weekly volunteer. He graduated from Yeshiva University in 2007 as a Forcheimer Scholar and with a BA in Biology. He received his DDS degree in 2011 from the Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Oppenheimer completed his General Practice Dental Residency in 2011-12 at New York Hospital of Queens, a Member of the New York-Presbyterian Health Care System and Affiliate of Weill Medical College of Cornell University. His extensive training in all areas and sub-specialties of dentistry allows him to provide seamless and complete care to all patients, and allows him to think “outside the box” for a more comprehensive approach to treatment.
Following the completion of his General Dentistry training, Steven returned to Stony Brook, as he was accepted as one of only three students per class at their highly prestigious Orthodontic Residency Program. He completed his Orthodontic Residency in 2015 at Stony Brook University’s School of Dental Medicine, where he was well trained in all aspects of orthodontics, including early and interceptive treatment, growth modification and orthopedics, Invisalign, cutting edge technological advancements in orthodontics, accelerated orthodontics, surgical orthodontic treatment, and an interdisciplinary team approach to complex orthodontic cases, as well as treatment of special needs patients, Down’s Syndrome, Cleido-Cranial Dysplasia, Autism Spectrum Disorder and cleft lip/palate patients.
While completing his Orthodontic Residency, Steven received the first-place award among dental post-graduate programs for his research presentation about the effects of pain killers on development of the head and skull (Craniofacial development).