ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON
Dr. Adam Cohen is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon trained in full scope oral surgery including dentoalveolar surgery, complex bone grafting, and implant surgery with office-based anesthesia, TMJ surgery and prosthetic reconstruction, cosmetic facial reconstruction, traumatic facial reconstruction, and benign pathology including tumors and cysts.
Dr. Cohen graduated from the Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, PA and completed a four-year residency program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from Allegheny Health Network and Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA, where he also served as Chief Resident during his final year of training. Prior to beginning his four-year residency training, Dr. Cohen completed a one-year residency at Drexel University-affiliated Hahnemann Hospital and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, PA.
A native of Washington, DC, Dr. Cohen attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA for his undergraduate education. He attended Drexel University College of Medicine where he completed his post-baccalaureate training in the medical sciences graduating at the top of his class.
In his free time, Dr. Cohen enjoys spending time with his wife, Casey, and two boys, Wesley and Jacob, cooking, and traveling.
Dr. Pat Wimonsri was born and raised in Thailand. He received his undergraduate degree in Medical Technology from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY, graduating as his class’s valedictorian. After graduation, he worked as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the leading cancer hospital in the world. He was promoted to Senior Technologist before deciding to pursue a career in dentistry. Dr. Wimonsri graduated from The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine with honors in personalized care, radiology, and oral medicine.
While in school, Dr. Wimonsri learned how to care for patients with disabilities and patients needing special accommodations. The traditional approach has been to treat these patients surgically under general anesthesia, but at Penn’s Personalized Care program, patients are instead cared for with treatment modifications. Penn’s Radiology Honors program, of which Dr. Wimonstri also took part, is designed to provide an overall in-depth knowledge of all aspects of imaging in dentistry — above and beyond what is traditionally taught at the DMD level. Dr. Wimonsri also worked with Penn’s Oral Medicine faculty to diagnose and treat medically related disorders and conditions affecting the oral and maxillofacial region. He used both dental and general medical knowledge to provide holistic care for patients with orofacial disorders, oral manifestations of systemic disease, and orofacial complications of medical therapies.
Upon graduating, Dr. Wimonsri received the “HANAU – Best of the Best Prosthodontics Award 2023” from Whip Mix Corporation. This award is given to one dentist from Penn’s graduating class who demonstrated outstanding knowledge and skills in the study and practice of Prosthodontics. Dr. Wimonsri also received the “Anitha MD Award for Excellence in Compassionate Patient Care”. This award is given to a dentist who demonstrated exceptional care and compassion for patients while working in Penn’s Oral Medicine, Radiology, and Medically Complex Care Clinics.
Cooking is one of Dr. Wimonsri’s biggest passions. He learned to cook by watching his mom and grandmother prepare traditional Thai dishes like panang curry, papaya salad, laab, and everything in between. Since moving to the U.S., cooking these same dishes now makes him feel close to his family. He enjoys having friends over for dinner — cross your fingers for an invite!