Arianita Mulahu, DMD

Financial Director

Arianita Mulahu, DMD received her Bachelor of Arts in Cell Biology and Neuroscience from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ and continued her education receiving a Doctorate in Dental Medicine at University of Medicine and Dentistry-New Jersey Dental School. She completed a hospital residency at Jacobi Medical Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, NY with an emphasis in cosmetic dentistry and surgical procedures.

 

Arianita Mulahu, DMD professional career also includes teaching positions as a part-time faculty member at Columbia University Dental School, and volunteering in community outreach services such as Donated Dental Services, Flying Doctors of America – Peru, and in her Albanian community through multiple programs.

Arianita Mulahu, MD dedicates a significant amount of time to continuing dental education yearly as she believes it is the best way to empower her clinical excellence, and be regularly updated with the latest and greatest in her specialty. She is a member of the American Dental Association, New York County Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry and Albanian American Medical Society. Her commitment within AAMS is to specifically organize and support a Dental Task Force with Albanian-American dentists in US to help the community of professionals and immigrants to network and to receive services locally.

 

Arianita Mulahu, DMD is Albanian born and raised in Dibra, North-Macedonia. Her family immigrated to the states in the late 1990s. She completed her last 2 years of high school in Cliffside Park NJ, where she graduated at the top of her class. She is married to Luan, an Albanian refugee from Kosova. They have two little girls and are passionate of traveling. Beside traveling she enjoys reading, volleyball and skiing.

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