Dr. Freedman considers Philadelphia his home. He was raised outside of Philly, in Broomall, Pennsylvania. After high school at Marple Newtown, he attended Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania. From there, Dr. Freedman returned to Philly to attend Temple University School of Dentistry graduating at the top of the class. Having cultured an interest in periodontal medicine and surgery, he entered University of Pennsylvania's prestigious periodontal program and served a residency from 1986 through 1988. After his residency, he relocated to south Florida to practice periodontics. In 1997 Nova Southeastern School of Dental Medicine opened its doors and Dr Freedman was recruited as an associate professor and has taught in the graduate department of periodontology since it's inception. Dr.Freedman has an interest in photography, exercise, landscaping, boating, the beach and salt water aquaria. He has two daughters, ages 19 and 23.