Dr.Crohin received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California in Molecular Biology and then matriculated to the Harvard School of Dental Medicine where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD), and a Masters of Medical Sciences Degree (MMSc). He then decided to continue at Harvard pursuing further studies in the specialty of periodontics.


Dr.Crohin provides various non-surgical and surgical approaches to treating gum disease, as well as implant placements, bone and gum grafts. He is a strong advocate of improving patients' oral health and actively educates in areas such as proper oral hygiene and smoking cessation. He teaches peridontology as a clinical faculty member at Harvard.

Dr.Crohin provides periodontal and implant therapy in dental offices throughout the metro Boston area.