He worked in facio-maxilary surgery in English hospitals until is Aliyah in 1979.
He worked as an army dentist until he opened his private dental clinic in 1982.
In 1999 he opend his 2nd clinic in Hezlia, moving to Ramat HaSharon in 2002.
Dr Vinegrad works in his clinic in Ramat HaSharon 5 days a week, and in the Arad clinic on Tuesdays.
Dr David Vinegrad qualified at UCH London in1977.
Gums & Gingiva
Whether it be bicycle accidents, trauma at the swimming pool. slips and falls or deliberate trauma, Dr Vinegrad has over 30 years of experience in treating trauma with high quality aesthetic results.
All about Dr David Vinegrad
I was born in Barnet Hertfordshire UK
My early schooling was in
New Barnet and Potters Bar;
When it came to grammer School
I traveled each day by bus to St Albans
where I attended St Albans School
while it was still a direct grant school.
I have lived permanently in Israel since 1980,
first seving in the Israeli Army as a denal Officer,
and also served in the reserves for 17 years,
including a month in Lebanon (1984) after the 1st Lebanese war.
I lived for many years in Arad, and since 1999 in the Sharon area.
As a kid I was very frightened to go to the dentist. All my treatment as a child was done without local anaesthetic,
I would kick the dental chair, sway may head from side to side,
and close my mouth on the drill.
The treatment was always very painful.
The dentist never talked to me, and the very sight of him was frightening as he wore a perspex visor on his face.
When I was 16, I went to a different, young dentist,
who talked to me gently, explained everything,
and gave me a local anaesthetic for my dental treatment..
This changed my life and I on my university application I applied to dental school.
I wa sure dentistry could be less frightening,more comfortable
and should be as near painless as possible.
While at university I developed my philosophy for excellent dentistry, and while in the army I planned my dental surgery to reflect that philosophy.
The clinic is designed to be as friendly as possible, without the usual prominent and frightening claustrophobic equipment.
The dental chair is mid room. but without anything preventing
patients from sitting up. No tray or post.
The dental light come from the ceiling, the xray from the back wall, and the dental drill is on a cart and mostly out of view.
Years of Experience
Dental Office Phone
Weizman Street #6/1
Entrance from Zalman Street
2nd entrance from the corner of Weizman
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday 08:30 – 19:30
Thursday, Friday 08:30 – 12:30