Steven D. Spitz, DMD is a Prosthodontist (a dentist recognized by the American Dental Association as a specialist in restoring and replacing teeth) and founder and principal of Smileboston Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry. Dr. Spitz is a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. His post-doctoral studies include a two-year, full-time program at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine/Boston VA Medical Center, and a General Practice Residency through Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida.
Dr. Spitz has been involved with Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity since 1991 both locally and internationally. Currently Dr. Spitz is an AO Board member as well as its International Editor. Along with other local AO members, Dr. Spitz helped create DASH – Dental Assistance for Survivors of the Holocaust, a pre-cursor to the Alpha Omega/Henry Schein Holocaust Survivor Oral Health Program. He was a Clinical Professor of Prosthodontics in the Department of post graduate Prosthodontics at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine, and has volunteered his dental services at the Boston Shelter for Homeless Veterans. He has also repeatedly been selected as one of “America’s Top Dentists” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Dr. Spitz is the dentist on record with the Academy of Sports Dentistry for the Boston Red Sox, dentist for Zoo New England (yes, for the animals), an active volunteer for the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation, Treasurer for the Massachusetts District Dental Society, and Vice President and charter member of Bright Spirit Children’s Foundation.