Professor Ervin Weiss

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Dentist with 40 years of work experience. Heads a private dental clinic.


  • Treatment of root canals, tooth filling using advanced materials.
  • Dental implant placement.
  • Aesthetic dentistry: tooth restoration, alignment and whitening.
  • Dental treatment under general anesthesia.
  • Pediatric dental care.
  • Removal of calculus.
  • Using sparing, minimally invasive methods of maxillofacial surgery.

Diseases Treated by the Physician:

  • Adentia
  • Calculus
  • Dental implant placement
  • Gingivitis
  • Occlusal abnormalities
  • Orthodontics
  • Parodontitis
  • Pulpitis
  • Stomatitis
  • Tooth cavities



Assistant professor of Dentistry Department at the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Head of Dental Rehabilitation Department at the Faculty of Dentistry

Assistant professor of Oral Rehabilitation Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

American National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, research assistant

Private practice at the Top Ichilov Clinic

Tel Aviv University, Conservative Dentistry Department, clinical instructor

Director of the training course for dental assistants in Israel Defense Forces

Faculty of Dentistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Israel Association of Oral Implantology (Chairman)

Israeli Division of the International Association for Dental Research (Chairman)

Doctor Weiss has worked in the leading clinics of Israel and the USA. He is the author of over 150 scientific publications and the owner of 15 patents for the inventions in microbiology and dentistry.

“The unique dental technologies that we have been developing for 10 years help our patients undergo any types of treatment, including the most complicated ones, with no pain and with as much comfort as possible. This is why the patient’s quality of life does not decrease during treatment.

The success rates of dental implant placement in our clinic amount to 95% in the first 5 years and exceed 90% in the following years. However, it is important to emphasize that the success of implant placement depends considerably on the patient’s discipline and their dedication to dental hygiene. Implants, like natural teeth, should be cleaned every day. Smoking also lowers the chance for successful rehabilitation after implant placement.”

Publications in Foreign Medical Journals:

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Author’s Name: Dmitry Finkelstein

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