Elizabeth Gharemani-Sion D.M.D

Dr. Elizabeth Gharemani-SionDr. Elizabeth Gharemani-Sion graduated from Stony Brook University in 1989. She completed her post graduate education at Boston University School of Dental Medicine in 1994.  In addition, she completed a residency in General Dentistry at Woodhull Hospital in 1995. Her areas of concentration during her residency included oral surgery and geriatrics. Dr. Gharemani-Sion has a huge heart for the elderly and a passion to treat them with respect and gentle care. She currently treats patients at the Ozanam Hall Nursing Home.  She has professional training in cosmetic dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, implant dentistry, pediatric dentistry and extensive experience and knowledge in treating medically compromised patients. She was the Chief of the Department of Dental Medicine at Parker Jewish Institute from 2004-2006. In this position she taught and supervised Long Island Jewish Medical Center dental residents as well as presenting lectures to the medical staff. Dr. Gharemani-Sion was also selected to be a member of the Parker Jewish Institute Review Board to review medical research. She has co-authored articles related to laser dentistry which have appeared in the Journal of the Academy of General Dentistry in 1995.

Dr. Gharemani-Sion is a member of the following associations:

  • Queens County Dental Society
  • American Dental Association                                                                         
  • Eastern Queens Study Club
  • Columbia University Continuing Education Study Club

Dr. Gharemani-Sion was born, raised and continues to reside in Great Neck. She and her husband have twin boys.   On her off time Dr. Gharemani-Sion  can be found enjoying museums, restaurants and concerts or hiking and sailing with her husband and boys. She generously volunteers her time  to the PTA at her son’s school and Hadassah, in her Great Neck Synagogue.  Dr. Gharemani-Sion has recently taken up yoga and is enjoying the serenity it offers her as a busy doctor and mom.