Dr. David Mitchell Singer received his D.M.D. and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in endodontics from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston. He is licensed in dentistry in Massachusetts and California.
During his graduate years, Dr. Singer served as president of the Andrews Honors Research Society, and received a National Institute of Health Summer Research Grant, the Crest Award for Excellence in Dentistry for the Elderly, the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Research Award, and The Altshuler Family Fund Senior Award for Ethics, among other awards and honors. His advanced training included the use of the microscope in both surgical and nonsurgical endodontics.
The grandson of a dentist who served in both World Wars, Dr. Singer has been a contributing author to five published papers. He is an assistant clinical professor of endodontics at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, where he lectures, and he has also lectured at the Yankee Dental Congress. Dr. Singer serves on the executive board of the American Academy of Dental Science and the North Shore District Dental Society of the Massachusetts Dental Society where he was selected for the Leadership Institute. A fellow of the International College of Dentistry, he was recently profiled by the Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society as a distinguished dentist who has made significant contributions to his community and profession.