About Dr. Fox

Dr. Fox is an ICON in the dental profession. In partnership with the United States Government and the American Dental Association, he developed many of the products used in oral care today. He is nationally and internationally recognized for revolutionizing oral care. Dr. Fox employed a Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, The Asst. Surgeon General of The United States, and The Dean of The Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

He is the ONLY Doctor in New York City teaching cosmetic dentistry, who served on the faculties of The Harvard School of Dental Medicine, The NYU School of Dentistry, and as an Officer of Harvard University. He has frequently appeared on national and international television and has been featured in hundreds of newspapers and magazines. Dr. Fox was honored by Senators, with the United States Medal of Freedom and was the recipient of the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for developing dental products. Dr. Fox raised 80 million dollars to develop oral care products that rebuild, strengthen, and restore tooth structure. These products have eased the burden of dental disease (the most common disease known to mankind), all over the world. Dr. Fox and his team developed 17 patents and patents pending transforming dental care. Today many major oral care companies all over the world emphasize his work in their products. Dr. Fox is referred to as "The Father of 21st Century Dentistry".

Dr. Fox's Book & Product

image description
image description
image description
image description
image description
image description
image description
Swipe for More

Schedule an Appointment with Dr. Fox

Make Appointment

Press

Dr. Fox was awarded the Medal of Freedom by the United States Senate and the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 1999. He has been recognized by the American Society of Dentistry for Children and he has received special recognition by the United States Olympic Committee. Dr. Fox has lectured throughout the world on aesthetic, reconstructive and preventive dentistry, and has frequently appeared on national television and in many publications, including:

Magazines:

  • Forbes
  • Self
  • Oprah
  • Shape
  • Vogue
  • Redbook
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Lifetime
  • Bride's
  • Quest
  • Health & Fitness
  • W
  • GQ
  • Prevention Magazine
  • New York Magazine

Newspapers:

  • Business Week
  • USA Today
  • New York Times
  • Gannett
  • ADA News
  • Washington Post
  • Wll Street Journal

Television:

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • CNN
  • CNBC
  • NBC
  • Fox
  • Asahi News (Japan)