David Jurman, D.D.S., M.D., F.A.C.S.
A Comprehensive Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Dr. Jurman has years of experience helping patients with facial fractures, jaw problems, and implant surgery. He’s been practicing with Plainview and Massapequa Oral and Maxillofacial Associates since 2006, and he specializes in treating patients throughout their entire scope of treatment, from initial consultation to surgery and follow up care. His many surgical skills include repairing facial fractures, corrective jaw surgery, dental implants, bone grafting, laser surgery, and TMJ disorders. Dr. Jurman has a keen interest in dental implant surgery and frequently performs the Gibraltar Bridge procedure that allows for the full arch of teeth to be replaced at one time.
Dr. Jurman Is a Surgeon and Instructor
When you meet Dr. Jurman, you’ll probably notice that he’s easy to talk to and explains things well. That’s because not only is he a skilled surgeon, but he is also a certified CPR instructor, giving courses to dentists and their office staff. He also provides monthly continuing education lectures for dental professionals in the community. In addition, he is affiliated with Long Island Jewish Medical Center and works closely with their oral surgery residents during their training.
Personal and Professional Life
Dr. Jurman grew up in Dix Hills and attended the Half Hollow Hills School District. After graduation he attended Pennsylvania State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology. He then attended Stony Brook University Dental School and Mount Sinai School of Medicine for his dental and medical degrees. He became board certified in 2008. He is a member of numerous dental associations and serves patients through several local hospitals including Long Island Jewish Medical Center.
Dr. Jurman has three children and likes to spend his free time coaching their youth lacrosse, basketball, and soccer teams. He played lacrosse at Pennsylvania State University and he brings this experience to the teams he coaches for Half Hollow Hills and the Long Island Sports HUB in Syosset. Don’t be surprised if you bump into him on a sideline on a Sunday morning.