Jason Klevansky, DMD
The best part of being a dentist is changing a person’s life by improving his or her smile. It is very rewarding to be a part of that change and know that my patients will ultimately live longer, healthier lives. Over the past 20 years, I’ve learned a lot from my patients, from their family and interests to their school or work. Most importantly, I’ve learned the importance of truly listening to their needs and concerns.
Education and Continuing Education
- Bachelor of Science in Biology
- University of Pittsburgh, 1988
- Doctor of Dental Medicine
- University of Pittsburgh, 1992
I enjoy the daily challenge of taking what I have learned through school and continuing education over the years and applying it to my patients’ individual needs. I complete 25 to 30 hours of continuing education a year in various dental topics. This helps me stay knowledgeable of the newest techniques and products available, in turn helping my patients receive the best possible care.
Outside the Office
I grew up in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, and moved to Georgia in 2009 with my wife, Diana. I enjoy playing golf, undertaking house projects, and reading. I am also a huge sports fan and can always be found cheering on my Pittsburgh sports teams.