Dr. Daniel Royzman, DDS
Welcome to D & D Periodontal Associates, P.C., located in midtown Manhattan in the historic Fuller Building on the corner of 57th Street and Madison Avenue. D&D Periodontal Associates, P.C., was started by a brother and sister team of Drs. Daria and Daniel Royzman, both of whom are Board Certified Periodontists. Most recently, we have joined the prestigious practice of Dr. Robert Goldman, who, has distinguished himself as a periodontist in New York City for over many years. Our mission at D & D Periodontal Associates, P.C is to address each patient’s individual needs with the most sophisticated level of care that our patients not only need, but deserve. In doing so, we implement the most recent advances in periodontology and implant dentistry to maintain the overall health of our patients while preventing and treating periodontal disease. We utilize a “team” approach by working closely with your general restorative dentist to help you maintain your natural teeth where possible, or place an implant where necessary. Most important, you will be able to make an informed decision based on the most effective options available. On your first visit to our office, we will provide you with a thorough head, neck and oral examination, and will present our findings to you and then determine a treatment that is personalized solely to you. Your health and comfort are very important to us. We thank you for taking the time to learn more about us. We look forward to working with you to achieve your desired goals. We hope you find this website a helpful introduction to our practice. If you have any further questions please contact our office by phone or e-mail.
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- American Board of Periodontology
Education and training
- Dental School - Faculty, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery.
- Harvard University School of Dental Medicine
- New York University College of Dentistry.
- Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology
Awards and publications
- June 2004 edition of the Journal of Periodontology,