"I look forward to leading the ADA's initiatives to improve access to oral health care for children and the vulnerable elderly who are currently underserved," said Dr. Feldman in a press release. "I also want the Association to do everything possible to increase public awareness that oral health is an integral part of over-all health."
Dr. Feldman has held several position of responsibility within the ADA, having served as treasurer, chair of the Council on Insurance, and New York's representative in the House of Delegates. He was also president of the New York Dental Association and Nassau County Dental Association.
Dr. Feldman received his dental degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and completed his specialization at Nassau County Medical Center.
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