Dr. Adina Rosenfeld is a warm and dedicated orthodontist who is appreciative to be in a position to provide superior care to her patients. She especially enjoys meeting and treating patients of all ages and backgrounds, with her long-standing goal of their walking away with healthy and beautiful smiles.
Native to Brooklyn, NY, Dr. Rosenfeld began her predental journey locally at Brooklyn College, where she graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in psychology. She subsequently moved to Long Island to pursue her dental dreams at Stony Brook University Dental School, where she earned her D.D.S. degree. At Stony Brook, Dr. Rosenfeld continued to pursue excellence and was awarded the Dr. William S. Kramer Award of Excellence by the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Dental Society.
After dental school, Dr. Rosenfeld completed two years of general dentistry residency: as a first year dental resident at North Shore University Hospital and as chief resident at Stony Brook University Hospital. These experiences afforded her the opportunity to treat complex, multi-disciplinary cases and interact with various dental specialists. She ultimately realized that her true passion lies in the orthodontic field and returned to Brooklyn for her specialty training in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics at Maimonides Medical Center. Dr. Rosenfeld stays up to date with the latest orthodontic advances by taking professional development courses throughout the year.
Outside the office, Dr. Rosenfeld enjoys reading, Pilates, and spending quality time with her husband, Moshe, and children, David, Ari, and Kayla.