Rachel Rhee D.M.D.
Yoojin Rachel Rhee is a board-certified pediatric dentist, who grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, and completed her undergraduate degree in biology at Brown University. She earned her doctorate in dental medicine at University of Pennsylvania, graduating with honors in care of the medically complex, honors in community oral health, and accolades in research.
After dental school, she was elected chief resident in the general practice residency program at NYP- Weill Cornell Medicine. During her two-year general residency, she received specialized training in dental treatment of oncology patients while on her rotation at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Following her general residency, she was elected chief resident in the pediatric dentistry residency program at Montefiore Medical Center- Albert Einstein College of Medicine. During her two-year pediatric residency, she rotated at Rose F. Kennedy Center, a special care dentistry clinic, and trained in completing dental treatment under sedation and general anesthesia.
Dr. Rachel decided at the age of 7 that she wanted to be a dentist! She was inspired by her childhood dentist’s ability to create positive dental visits, and she strives to build the same comfortable, rewarding, and fun dental home for every child that walks into her office. She tailors dental visits to each child and family’s unique needs, and her gentle demeanor and transparency will instantly make you and your child feel at home. Preventative and minimally-invasive dentistry are her preferred treatment modalities.
Dr. Rachel resides in Manhattan with her husband, Jay. Outside of the office, you can find her trying a new pizza place, hitting the links, spending time on the slopes, or spinning in a Soulcycle class. She is also an accomplished violinist, and speaks conversational French and Korean.