Dr. Lorraine Brenner
Lorraine Brenner, DMD was introduced to orthodontics when she was a college student, working as a dental assistant. She was amazed with the effect that braces can have on a smile, as well as ones personality and confidence. This encouraged her to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Continuing her education in science, Dr. Brenner attended Rutgers School of Dental Medicine where she received her dental degree. After dental school, Dr. Brenner furthered her knowledge in dentistry and medicine by completing a year of general practice residency at Hackensack Hospital. Following her general residency, she began her orthodontic training at St. Barnabas Hospital. While pursuing her orthodontic training as chief resident, Dr. Brenner received the “Herzberg Award,” which is given annually to the graduating resident that has demonstrated the highest degree of clinical proficiency.
In her free time, Dr. Brenner enjoys spending time with family, hiking and skiing. She won the Junior Olympics for the freestyle skiing category in 2005.
Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
Hackensack University Medical Center
General Practice Residency
St. Barnabas Hospital