Zori Rabinovitz D.M.D., M.S.Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology
I received my first D.M.D. from Semmelweis University, budapest, in 1996. I later graduated from Boston University School of Dental Medicine in 2003 with an international standing D.M.D. I got My Master of Science degree and Certificate in Periodontology from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2000. During my career, I have served as an assistant professor at Boston University School of Dental Medicine, published several papers in my field of expertise, and lectured a series at New York University, Columbia, and the Yankee Dental Congress. My private practice has specialized in Periodontics and Implant dentistry since 2003, with a particular focus on advanced diagnosis, including computer-aided CT imaging, prevention, and treatment of periodontal disease with multiple surgical periodontal and dental implant therapies.
I combine the two aspects of my professional life as a periodontist and implantologist to offer my patients the best comprehensive care. As the field of periodontics and dental implants continues to advance, I focus on offering patients new and better treatment options. Patients’ quality of life dramatically improves when they can regain optimal dental function and a more attractive appearance, and I strive for that.
I believe in a team approach to creating and implementing sound treatment plans by collaborating with patients and their dentists and other medical and dental colleagues. Furthermore, I advocate for dental health as part of a holistic approach; improving the oral health in my patients will benefit their overall systemic health. For example, The National Institutes of Health has identified a link between periodontal disease and heart disease, among other diseases. I am committed to passing along my knowledge base to other dentists through my lectures and study club. Finally, I feel blessed to be part of a profession that constantly improves treatment choices that truly enhance our patients' wellbeing.
Dr. Rabinovitz’s professional affiliations include memberships in the American Dental Association, the Massachusetts Dental Association, the American Academy of Periodontology, and the Academy of Osseointegration. He is the co-founder and director of the Multidisciplinary Dental Institute Study Club, founded in 2004, which provides continuing dental education for dental and medical professionals.
Manuel Molina D.M.D., M.S.
Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology
Dr. Manuel Molina is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine. He continued his graduate studies at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine. At Boston University, he finished his Advanced Studies in Periodontology and Dental Implantology; he also obtained a Master's degree in Oral Biology and Oral Cancer. He was involved in research projects regarding inflammatory markers and cytokines in the periodontal tissue and published in a Cancer Research Journal.
Dr. Molina is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Pre-doctoral Periodontology Department at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine. He supervises and instructs students in all aspects of periodontal disease and treatment. He is an active member of the Puerto Rico Iniciativas de Paz International team. He works abroad with his wife, providing dental services to indigent populations in developing countries. Dr. Molina is passionate about periodontology and dental implantology and remains current on the latest techniques and treatment services, attending multiple professional conferences every year. Remaining abreast of new practices enables him to provide the most effective preventative services and dental care to all his patients. He is an active member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Dental Association, the Massachusetts Dental Society, and the Academy of Osseointegration.
Dr. Molina enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and dog. He also enjoys playing tennis, basketball, and the outdoors.
Elias Exarchos D.M.D., M.S.
For Elias Exarchos, the path to periodontics started a decade ago – he just didn’t know it at the time.
After completing a degree in biomedical engineering at BU’s School of Engineering in 2015, he found himself at a crossroads, and had to decide whether to pursue a career in engineering or to apply to medical or dental school.
“My father, uncle, and aunt were all dentists, so I was exposed to it at a very young age, and it seemed fun and I always did like to work with my hands. Nowadays, dentistry kind of combines medicine, engineering, and art in a way so I decided to go for it. I’m glad I did, because I enjoy it very much, and it checks all my boxes.”
Exarchos graduated from the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 2019, and then continued his education in the school’s Advanced Education Program in Periodontics, where he was recently named the school’s second Zanni Scholar.
Stephen H. Grossman, DMD
After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine in 1979 and completing his general practice residency at the same institution a year later, Dr. Grossman completed a two-year periodontal specialty program at the Boston University, School of Graduate Dentistry.
As a vested member in the specialist community, Dr. Grossman holds membership in the American Academy of Periodontology, Academy of Osseointegration (the study of dental implants), Massachusetts Periodontal Society, American Dental Association, the Massachusetts Dental Society, and the Emerson Dental Study Club. He also founded the Dental Collaborative for Implantology Study Club and has an affiliation with Emerson Hospital.
About Our Staff
If there is strength in numbers, the staff of hygienists in our office is a powerful force. Three of our four hygienists have served on his staff for five years or more, with some having been practicing in his office since 1988. When you choose us for periodontal treatment or dental implants, you are choosing a winning team.