Meet Dr. Romano
Dr. Richard A. Romano is an accomplished dentist in the field of General and Cosmetic Dentistry as well as in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry. His expertise in these four major areas of dentistry allows him to provide comprehensive dental care that is adapted to each patient’s individual needs.
In 1973, Dr. Romano graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. Since then, he has continued dental training to keep abreast of all new developments in this rapidly changing field and strive for professional excellence. Most importantly, he received a certificate of General Practice from Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan in 1974 and a Certificate in Periodontics (the study of supporting tissues of the teeth) from New York University in 1978. He was one of the first Brooklyn dentists to provide Implant Dentistry and, in 1995, became a Fellow of Implant Dentistry at New York University. Since 2008, Dr. Romano has spent over 2,200 hours in continuing education – proof of his dedication to providing the most up-to-the-minute care for his patients.
Dr. Romano has also devoted part of his time to teaching Periodontics and Implant Dentistry as Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University and at Lutheran Medical Center as chief of Periodontics. He also enjoys lecturing outside of the university environment.
He is married with three daughters and spends his spare time enjoying music and travel.
- American Dental Association
- American Academy of Periodontology
- Academy of Osseointegration (Implants)
- University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, DMD Degree with Honors, 1973
- Cabrini Medical Center, NYC. Certificate in General Practice, 1974
- New York University, Certificate In Periodontics, 1978
- New York University, Fellow In Implant Dentistry, 1995
- New York University, Assistant Clinical Professor of Periodontics, 1979-1993
- New York University, Assistant Clinical Professor of Implant Dentistry, 1996-1998
- Lutheran Medical Center, Chief of Periodontics, 1981-1991