Meet Dr. Rabin
Dr. Rabin graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1971. He then spent two years in the United States Air Force, one year of which involved specialty training in oral surgery, Periodontics and Endodontics.
In 1975, he earned a certificate of Proficiency in Periodontics from the University of Washington. Dr. Rabin elected to remain part-time on the faculty at the University of Washington until 1983, while opening his full-time private practice in Kirkland in 1976. His areas of special interest include periodontal plastic surgery (cosmetic Periodontics) and implants.
Dr Rabin is a past president of the Washington State Society of Periodontology. He is a member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Periodontology, Academy of Osseointegration, Washington State Society of Periodontology, Seattle King County Dental Society, Washington State Dental Society and Alpha Omega Fraternity.
He has also been involved in developing various educational programs designed to increase public awareness of periodontal disease. He is a mentor for dental implant study clubs through which he trains and educates other dental professionals in all aspects of Periodontics. He lectures extensively in a quest to keep other dental professionals current and to promote excellence in dental care and oral health.
Dr. Rabin's personal interests include aerobic training, biking, tennis, skiing, hiking and camping. He has been actively involved in synagogue affiliations as Ritual Committee chairman and member of the Board of Directors.
Dr. Rabin has three grown children named, Johanna, Elisha and Michael, and two grand-daughters named Eliana and Miriam. His wife Tami handles his marketing and accounting and also works as an executive recruiter and Weight Watchers leader.