Dr. Stein was born and raised in Los Angeles California. She moved east to pursue her education. Dr. Stein graduated from The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Dental Medicine. She stayed in Philadelphia to complete a General Practice Residency Program at Albert Einstein Medical Center. It was there that she attended to medically compromised patients in the clinic and in the operating room, as well as traumatic injuries to the dentoalveolar process. After her training in at Penn and Einstein, she completed her postdoctoral training in conventional and microsurgical endodontics at Harvard University’s School of Dental Medicine. It was at Harvard that she also obtained her Masters in Medical Science in Oral Biology and completed her thesis on OroFacial Pain and Trigeminal Neuralgia. Her work was presented at the annual conference of The Academy of Orofacial Pain. Upon graduation, Dr Stein stayed in Boston and practiced endodontics in a private practice setting for eleven years. During this time, she also taught predoctoral students as well as postdoctoral residents at The Brigham and Women’s Hospital and at Massachusetts General Hospital.?
Dr. Stein is a member of The American Dental Association, The California Dental Society, and The American Board of Endodontics. In her spare time she enjoys art projects with her daughter, theatre, and film.