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Dr.Iyer graduated dental school from New York University School of Dentistry in 2003. He graduated Pediatric Dentistry from Staten Island University Hospital in 2011. Dr.Iyer also has a Masters Degree in Orthodontics from India. Dr.Iyer was born and raised in India where he got his basic training in Dental school. He then moved to the US and went through the rest of his dental education.
Dr.Iyer loves practicing pediaric dentistry not only beacuse he loves working with kids but also he has a natural flare for it. Dr.Iyer is also a clinical associate at Penn Dental Medicine in the Dept of Pediatric Dentistry, where he teaches the PEDIATRIC DENTAL RESIDENTS. Dr.Iyer is married and has 3 children. They live in Princeton, NJ. Besides pediatric dentistry Dr.Iyer loves working on computers and cars is an ardent fan of Formula I car racing
Dr. Aamna Ali grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and attended the University of Minnesota for her undergraduate studies, where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Physiology. She continued on to complete her Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry where she was actively involved in clinical research with the Cleft Palate Team/Craniofacial Clinic as well as the department of Oral Radiology.
In her free time, Dr. Ali loves reading, trying her hand at cooking various cuisines, experiencing new cities, and spending time with her family. She currently lives in Central Jersey with her husband and two adorable sons.
Kruti Sanghavi, DDS obtained her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in Neuroscience. After that, she went on to obtain her DDS from Columbia University in New York. Her specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry was completed at Rutgers University. Currently, she is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist.
The aspect of pediatric dentistry that she is the most passionate about is the behavioral management of children. Children with special needs and behavioral problems need special behavioral management. To make a child who is unbelievably phobic, walk out of the dental office wanting to come back is considered success for her. Dr. Sanghavi is a member of American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, College of Diplomates (American Board of Pediatric Dentistry) and American Dental Association.
When she is not working, she loves to read, bake, and spend time with her family. She is passionate about art whether that is baking pastries, painting, or making jewelry. She also loves hikes, traveling, missions, and adventures.