Dr. Neil Gorin is a board certified orthodontic specialist who has been practicing in Brooklyn and Lynbrook New York for over 20 years.
Dr. Gorin was one of 24 students, selected from thousands, to attend the prestigious School of Dental Medicine at Stony Brook University, where he received his D.D.S. degree.
He completed his postgraduate orthodontic training at the University of Maryland, after which he was invited to be the first Associate Professor in the Division of Orthodontic Technology.
Dr. Gorin is a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, which signifies a unique achievement for an orthodontist. Dr. Gorin shares this distinction with only 2,200 other orthodontists worldwide.
Certification, which is a voluntary process, provides an extensive review of an orthodontist's primary education, as well as an intensive assessment of the orthodontist's clinical expertise.
Becoming a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics exemplifies Dr. Gorin's conscientious effort to excel in his specialty. The American Board of Orthodontics is the only orthodontic specialty board recognized by the American Dental Association.
Originally educated as an engineer, his advanced training in physics, mechanics, mathematics, material science, and force and stress analysis, combined with his specialty training in dentistry, affords Dr. Gorin a unique perspective of orthodontic practice.
While attending the University of Maryland, Dr. Gorin developed the mathematical model and wrote the computer code that orthodontists now use to analyze x-rays instantly – a process that used to take hours of painstaking labor. The recognition of Dr. Gorin's software as a research tool and clinical aid was instrumental in the computerization of the orthodontic postgraduate department at the University of Maryland.
Dr. Gorin is the developer of RUBYNOTES, a secure computerized patient charting system with special security enhancements that go well beyond government standards. The software enables doctors to protect particular aspects of a patient’s chart, and a paragraph, a sentence, a word, or even an image, can only be viewed by those with the proper security clearance.