Ramin Rayhan, DDS
Ramin Rayhan was born to a Jewish family in Tehran, Iran. Because of religious intolerance in Iran, he emigrated to the United States in 1985. He earned his B.S. degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1989 and his D.D.S. — Doctor of Dental Surgery– from the State University of New York at Stony Brook Dental School in 1993. He received his advanced residency training in General Practice from the New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens in 1994.
- 2011-2012 – Diplomate, American Dental Implant Association
- 2010-2011 – Mastership, American Dental Implant Association
- 2007-2010 – Fellowship, American Dental Implant Association
- 1996-2001 – Business development and management, Marcus Group Enterprises
- 1993-1994 – General Practice Residency, Cornell N.Y. Hospital Medical Center of Queens
- 1989-1993 – Doctor of Dental Surgery, SUNY at Stonybrook School of Dental Medicine
- 1987-1993 – Bachelor of Science SUNY at Stonybrook
- 1996-Present – Multi – specialty group at Clocktower Dental Associates, Franklin Square, NY; Capacity: Owner and business development
- 2002-Present – Multi –specialty group at Hanson Place Dental Metrotech, Brooklyn, NY; Capacity: Director of Implant Dentistry Division
- 2013 – American Dental Implant Association, Mentor – Missionary Services, Santo Domingo, Domican Republic
- American Dental Implant Association
- International Dental Implant Association
- American Dental Association
- New York State Dental Association
- Nassau County Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
Dr. Rayhan constantly strives to better himself by taking continuing education courses in all phases in dentistry especially in implant dentistry.
“I believe that implant dentistry is the way of today and future. Dr. Kelley, myself and our entire staff believe deeply in helping people achieve optimum health by providing highest standard of care”.
Dr. Rayhan’s hobbies include sports, music, dancing and movies. He tries to stay fit and constantly better himself. He is devoted to his family, especially since they have all moved to the United States from foreign countries. Dr. Rayhan believes he is extremely fortunate that his family is back together and settled in the United States.