Dr. Norman Blumenstock
is pleased to be able to offer his dental sleep apnea services to New Jersey and the surrounding states.
Norman T. Blumenstock, DDS, earned his dental degree from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, after earning his bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College. Prior to entering private practice, he served a general practice residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center in New York City. He is proud to have earned both Fellowship and Mastership awards from the Academy of General Dentistry.
For the past 25 years, he has focused on dental sleep medicine. Since 1991, Dr. Blumenstock has attended the weekly sleep clinic sessions at the medical school where he is currently appointed to the Medical Department as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Rutgers University – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Recognition of Contributions
Dr. Norman Blumenstock has been recognized by the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine for his contributions to the ABDSM Certification Exam.
A Long History With Sleep Medicine
This year marks 30 years as an attending staff member at the Dental Department of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, where he shares his dental sleep medicine knowledge with dental residents. In addition to memberships in the Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association, and Middlesex County Dental Society, Dr. Blumenstock is a charter member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (formerly the Sleep Disorder Dental Society in 1991) and has been credentialed by the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. His office is the first accredited dental sleep medicine office in New Jersey.
Dr. Blumenstock’s recent involvement with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine includes writing examination questions for the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine written test, participation in the task force for structuring the facility accreditation process and subsequently serving as Chairman for the facility Accreditation Committee. He also serves on the Ethics Committee and has participated in the consensus committee for formulating the definition of an oral appliance for dental sleep medicine. He has also been awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine in 2013, and recognized for contributions to the ABDSM Certification Exam.