David Schneeweiss, DDS, MSD
My profession has allowed me to give others the gift of a beautiful smile that they want so much. It is truly a wonderful thing. Working with patients during their adolescent years allows me to appreciate them growing, both physically and emotionally, which to this day I find amazing to observe. Not only do their smiles change, but their personalities bloom.Interacting with so many people gives me the opportunity to learn from different perspectives; I often think I learn more from my patients than they do from me! I’ve built some wonderful relationships over the past 20 years, and I look forward to many more years to come.
All professions change over time, especially in our fast-paced, high-tech world. The only way to stay current in the field is through continuing education, which is why I am a big advocate for continued learning. I have accumulated over 600 hours of continued education since graduating from Temple University with my dental degree. I love learning new techniques that I can put into practice to benefit my patients.
- American Dental Association
- American Association of Orthodontists
- Dental Society of the State of New York
Community and Family
Helping others is very important to me, not only because of the way it impacts the receiver, but also because it helps me to keep a free and open perspective on life. In addition to the work I do in the office, I am involved in a local charity organization that distributes food to low-income families on a weekly basis.
Originally from Mexico City, I have lived in New Hempstead, NY for more than 17 years. My wife, Esther, and I have been blessed with seven wonderful children, and my time outside the office is happily consumed with my family. When I find a quiet moment, I enjoy reading and studying Jewish philosophy.