We are excited about our newest addition to the Haas Dental family, Dr. Milton Zweig! He has always wanted to live on the east coast and moved from California with his wife Kristina after their four grown children went off on their own. They are excited about the new adventure and look forward to experiencing the four seasons of New Hampshire. For the past 21 years, he was in private practice in the California suburb of Thousand Oaks. Dr. Zweig had the privilege of watching many of his patients grow up and bring their own children in for treatment.
Dr. Zweig graduated dental school from the University of Southern California. He was a USC’s presidential fellow and USC’s founder of the “Doctors Ought to Care” program. The program was developed to provide basic dental education and services to Los Angeles’ inner city youth. He received the Special Recognition by the Dean Award presented as recognition for services through the “Doctors Ought to Care” program.
He enjoys treating new patients who are nervous about treatment and turning them into a believer in proper oral care. He enjoys working with the fearful patient, making them feel comfortable and in control during their visits. He loves the opportunity to educate patients on the “how” and the “why” of what we provide so that they can feel confident making an informed decision regarding their treatment plan.
Dr. Zweig is committed to providing the best and most advanced care for his patients. Dentistry is an ever-changing field, and he spends time regularly attending education courses that keep him up to date on all the latest advances in the dentistry field. Dr. Zweig’s passion for education extends to other dental professionals as well. He has served as a guest lecturer for Sirona Dental Systems, educating other dentists about CAD/CAM technology (CEREC one visit restorations). Over the years he has been a part-time clinical instructor at USC, a dental assistant instructor at a local community college, and a dental radiology instructor at a regional Occupation Career center in California.