History of the Rosenthal Institute
On November 21, 2003 Dean Michael Alfano officially dedicated a wing of New York University Dental College as the Dr. Larry Rosenthal Institute for Aesthetic Dentistry. Named in honor of it's principle benefactor, the Rosenthal Institute is wholly dedicated to fostering continuing education, research and patient care in current and emerging techniques in aesthetic dentistry. The institute also houses NYUCD'S continuing education program, which annually attracts more than 4,000 dentists from more than 20 countries, making it perhaps the most far reaching program of its kind in the world. Dr. Rosenthal's vision and generosity have helped to create a cadre of aesthetic dentist's who can make aesthetic dental services more broadly available to the general public.
Housed in the newly renovated facilities The Rosenthal Institute at New York University College of Dentistry combines the look and feel of the finest private dental practices in New York City with the ambiance of a luxury hotel. A separate entrance on 24th and 25th street opens onto a beautiful lobby leading to an elegant wood paneled reception area.
It is the nation's first comprehensive program in an academic dental center to train dentists in the burgeoning field of aesthetic dentistry. The 6,000,000.00 8,500 Square foot learning facility features an elegant marble and mahogany décor. It is equipped with 15 state of the art treatment rooms all equipped with state of the art ambidextrous capable Kavo Dental chairs, a 52 seat amphitheater with lap top connection, surround sound system and global videoconferencing reach. It also has a corporate style boardroom with remote broadcast capabilities a large laboratory with a demonstration area and overhead state-of-the-art TV display and a operatory under glass outfitted with multiple cameras to permit live interactive clinical demonstration that can be broadcasted around the world. The Rosenthal Institute will provide a coordinated approach to the study of aesthetic dentistry. Students will develop skills in current and emerging techniques in aesthetic dentistry.