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Diana Kukleris DDS

Dr.Diana Kukleris was born in Lithuania. Her dental education started at Kaunas University of Medicine Faculty of Odontology in 1997. Studies at Kaunas University of Medicine Faculty of Odontology culminated in a degree of Doctor Odonthologist. After that Dr. Kukleris finished her dental residency at a public polyclinic Dental department in the city of Kaunas. There she obtained professional qualification of General Practice Doctor Odontologist. In 2003 she started to practice dentistry in a private clinic in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.

In 2004 Dr. Diana Kukleris relocated to the United States with her husband and daughter. The family was blessed with a second daughter, and for a few years she dedicated herself to raising her two daughters and caring for her family. While raising two little girls she continued studying and pursuing her dreams. In order to receive license to practice dentistry in the United States she had to go back to a dental school again. Preparation for an American dental school required a lot of patience and hard work, but nothing is impossible if you believe.

In 2011 Dr. Diana Kukleris graduated from the NYU College of Dentistry and obtained the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. During the years at NYU College of Dentistry Dr. Diana Kukleris was a member of the Esthetic Dentistry Honors Program. She had the privilege of learning from Dr. John Calamia - the director of the program. Dr.Calamia was a pioneer and inventor of porcelain dental veneers. Dr.Diana Kukleris completed several cosmetic treatments with veneers. Her work was selected to be presented in NYU Esthetics Grand rounds and included in Dr.Calamia’s presentation at New York Greater Dental Meeting in 2012.

Dr.Diana Kukleris during her studies at NYU College of Dentistry was a member of a Periodontics club.

She also received Ethics and Professionalism award by New York State Dental Association. Doctor Kukleris is happy to serve her patients on a strong moral and honest foundation.


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