Dr. Keren Sperling graduated from Tel-Aviv University school of dentistry, Israel in 2002, and worked as a general dentist for several years.
In 2005 Dr. Sperling completed a Clinical Master’s degree (MSc) in Periodontal Pathology, graduating with top honors and a scholarship.
Dr. Sperling graduated with advanced training in periodontal and implant dentistry from New York University (NYU), where world-renowned periodontists served as mentors and lecturers.
Dr. Sperling is a Board Certified Periodontist (Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology). She serves as part-time faculty at the Department of Periodontics of VCU (Virginia Commonwealth University).
She lives in Vienna, VA and practices in multiple locations in the area.
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