Dr. Ross Newman
Cosmetic and General Dentist
Throughout his career, Dr. Newman has provided exceptional patient care by focusing on a compassionate approach, addressing the individual needs of his patients, and prioritizing patient experiences and perspectives.
Outside of the office, you can find Dr. Newman exploring the FiDi restaurant scene, going apple picking, building NJ beach sandcastles with his family, hiking, jogging the West Side highway, traveling to locations on his bucket list, and volunteering with local organizations to give back to the community.
- University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
- Full tuition scholarship to pursue a Master of Science in Higher Education
- New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center Resident (“Most Requested Resident” during his residency!)
- Regularly attends dental seminars across the country to expand his knowledge base.
PATIENT CARE PHILOSOPHY
Dr. Newman’s treatment philosophy is simple: Follow the golden rule and treat others the way you want to be treated. He is dedicated to providing the highest level of patient care and satisfaction.
Dr. Newman is highly skilled in all aspects of cosmetic, general, and restorative dentistry, receiving numerous awards and accolades from his peers, patients, and professional dental organizations.
- Loves to cook and try new restaurants.
- Favorite NYC foods are gelato from il laboratorio del gelato, Grom, Anita Gelato and Eataly… and pizza from Joe’s, Percy’s, Roberta’s, John’s of Bleeker and Lucali’s.
- Loves working with patients to optimize their experience.
- Enjoys working with front desk staff to improve workflow.
- Most memorable trip was to the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, where he was able to get up close to the wildlife.
- Dreams of traveling to Japan.
- Volunteers with The Valerie Fund — a charity that raises money for children with cancer and provides free summer camps and school assistance for kids undergoing chemotherapy.
“I help organize fundraising events for The Valerie Fund throughout the year, and at their annual walk/run event I cook meals for the runners and the children. It’s rewarding to me to increase quality of life and make childhood a little better for these kids. It is also a humble reminder not to take health for granted.”