Ronald Levine, DMD was raised in Oregon. He received his DMD degree from Oregon Health Sciences University, School of Dentistry in 1987 and his Prosthodontic specialty certificate from Indiana University, School of Dentistry in 1991. He is an associate professor at OHSU School of Dentistry, Director of Capitol Study Club for Excellence in Dentistry, guest lecturer, and full time practitioner of restorative dentistry.
Achieving exceptional outcomes is what drives Dr. Levine. He has a passion for clinical dentistry, whether performing full mouth reconstructions on natural teeth, implant restorations, or removable prostheses down to the smallest filling. Other areas of expertise are in treatment planning (other dentist often seek his advice on what and how to plan treatment for their own patients), all restorative phases of implant prosthodontics, aesthetic dentistry, TMD, and dental sleep medicine. No size of restoration is too small. He enjoys doing single teeth to the entire mouth.
He is the founder and Director of Capitol Study Club for Excellence in Dentistry, a continuing education study club based in Salem, Oregon. They are affiliated with the prestigious Seattle Study Club. “Capitol” brings in speakers from around the world to enhance the members dental knowledge and skills in a small group environment.
Dr. Levine takes the time to discuss and assess the concerns, desires, and needs of each patient. After a thorough and comprehensive exam, he develops treatment options addressing the specific needs and concerns for the patient. It is important to Dr. Levine that his patients feel comfortable and understand their treatment choices. He spends as much time as the patient requires, explaining the options in a caring, comfortable, and non threatening manner.
Dr. Levine is married and has two children. One, a recent graduate from Southern Oregon University, while the other attends Columbia College. In his spare time he loves to scuba dive, travel, hang out with his family, compete in triathlons, camp, and read.