Dr. Jacobson is a third-generation dentist. He has successfully operated a general dental practice, hospital with a speciality in periodontics, prostate for 25+ years as a Manhattan dentist. His practice uses the latest advances in technology, while providing the most comprehensive care.
In addition to practicing, he has taught at Columbia University’s School of Dental Medicine, where he conducted research on xerostomia (dry mouth). He also conducted research on collagen diseases, while he was a student at Stonybrook School of Dental Medicine, from which he graduated.
Dr. Jacobson is licensed to practice dentistry in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Colorado. He is married with two children and enjoys his family and sailing, kayaking, biking, and astronomy.
State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine
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