Dr. Dorit Hermann graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine with honors; she completed her residency in pediatric dentistry at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, after which she undertook a one-year fellowship working with children with special needs. Following that, Dr. Hermann worked on a special task force for three years treating medically at-risk youth. Dr. Hermann has volunteered annually at the Trudi Birger clinic in Jerusalem, Israel, since 2017 and she has served on the Board of American Friends of Dental volunteers for Israel since 2021. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the New York Society of Forensic Dentistry, and has volunteered internationally in under-served clinics treating underprivileged or at-risk children. Dr. Hermann serves as a Consumer Health Advocate Volunteer dentist where she regularly reviews dental records and imaging to assist Consumer Health Advocate attorneys and health counselors in assessing cases for potential representation in internal appeals, external appeals or fair hearings.
When not at the office, Dr. Hermann enjoys music, great books, fitness, and spending time with her husband and grown children.
Dr. Anne Chaly graduated from Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 2005. She also completed her pediatric dentistry residency at Columbia University. She did a special needs fellowship at Helen Hayes Hospital in Haverstraw and went on to become Board Certified. When not providing wonderful care for your children, Dr. Chaly loves spending time with her two daughters, her husband and her family. She also enjoys pilates, running, reading and volunteering at a local soup kitchen.
Dr. Clarissa Marcovich grew up in Queens, New York, and graduated from St. John’s University where she received her Bachelor of Science. She attended Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, completing her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and earning the Departmental Excellence award in pediatric dentistry. She continued two years of specialty training at Columbia and served as the Director of the Undergraduate Pediatric Dentistry Department for seven years.
Since 2000, she has maintained her own private practice in midtown Manhattan. Dr. Marcovich is married to Dr. Javier Urquiola, a prosthodontist practicing in Englewood, and they have two children. Dr. Marcovich enjoys traveling, especially anywhere Disney, and cooking, as well as spending time with her kids!
Dr. Emily Schadt loves the field of orthodontics and the opportunity it gives her to build relationships with her patients and the community. Her academic experience includes a Bachelor of Science degree in human physiology from Boston University and a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine (where she graduated summa cum laude and was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Society).
After graduation, Dr. Schadt spent three years as an orthodontic resident at Montefiore Medical Center — an intensive hospital-based program that focuses on complex clinical cases and interdisciplinary care. She is a Board Certified orthodontist as well as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics.
In her free time, Dr. Schadt enjoys traveling to new places with her family, reading novels, attending Broadway shows, visiting museums and eating great food with family and friends.
Dr. Jaby K. Paul was born and raised in New York. He went to South Orangetown School District and proceeded to a seven year accelerated program at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He completed his residency in general dentistry at the Brooklyn Hospital Center in NYC. He has a passion for dentistry and his experience includes cosmetics, endodontics (root canal), oral surgery and prosthodontics.
In his spare time Dr. Paul enjoys watching movies, finding new places to eat, working with his hands and exploring new technologies. You will often find him talking about a wide range of topics, in particular current events.