A graduate of Brandeis University where she graduated Cum Laude, Dr. Kimberly Weiss pursued her dental education at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry where, once again, she graduated Cum Laude. While at Ohio State she served as Team Dentist for varsity athletes and received the Demkee Dental Athletic Provider Award.
Following dental school, she entered the two-year post-graduate Harvard Wide General Practice Residency Program. Dr. Weiss was named Chief Resident during her second year and received the Biotene Award for excellence in Hospital Dentistry in recognition of meritorious achievement, scholarship and contributions to the practice of hospital dentistry.
Dr. Weiss has had more than twenty five years of experience in general dentistry while engaging in a private dental practice and later with the Massachusetts General Hospital Dental Group. She has also been an instructor and advisor to dental students at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Weiss’ areas of expertise include all aspects of general restorative and prosthetic dentistry, crowns, bridges and the restoration of dental implants. She is a member of the American Dental Association and the Massachusetts Dental Society. Her personal hobbies include reading, hiking, skiing and spending time with her three children.