Dr. Ilan Gamburg received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Rutgers School of Dental Medicine in 2015. He completed his General Practice Residency at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, New Jersey in 2016. Ilan is rapidly expanding his knowledge base and experience in all phases of dentistry. Currently, Dr. Gamburg is participating in a Postgraduate Dental Implant Program at NYU College of Dentistry, the largest and longest running postgraduate dental implant program in the country. He is also attending monthly continuing educational seminars hosted by the area dental society. They bring in some of the greatest minds in dentistry to present concepts and techniques for the present and future. He loves practicing all aspects of dentistry, from restorative procedures and dental surgeries to working with adults and children alike. While attending dental school, Ilan was an active member of the Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontic Honor Society. While learning the vast materials he had to master; he found it important for the students to expand their knowledge of Aesthetics. To that end he founded the Aesthetic Dental Society at the Rutgers College of Dentistry. This group exposed dental students to new and exciting advances within the field of restorative dentistry. Ilan strives to stay current with all new technological and procedural advances in the dental field by regularly attending various continuing education courses above and beyond the residency program. Ilan is also a member of Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, American Dental Association, the New Jersey Dental Association, and Monmouth-Ocean County Dental Society. Ilan was born in Israel the child of Russian emigres. He spent his childhood in Israel and moved to New Jersey with his family at the age of 12. While growing up, Ilan was an avid tennis player and coach; he still enjoys playing today. During his undergraduate studies at nearby Rutgers University, Ilan served his local community as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician. He continued giving back to the local community by participating in the annual Give-Kids-a-Smile day. He is fluent in Hebrew, conversational in Russian and Spanish.