Meet Dr. Hirschel Wohl

           Dr. Wohl was born and raised in Baltimore, MD and currently resides with his wife and four boys in Montgomery county. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family enjoying the outdoors.

           Dr. Wohl began his studies at The Yeshiva College of the Nation’s Capital where he earned his bachelor’s in Talmudic law. During this time he was able to participate in a dual curriculum with University of Maryland to prepare for dental school. In 2017 Dr. Wohl graduated from Howard University College of Dentistry where he received the American Academy of Periodontology dental student award and was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon honor society for excellence in scholarship and the demonstration of exemplary traits of character. The A.A.P dental student is awarded to the graduating senior who displays the highest level of academic and clinical achievement related to periodontics.

By his third year in dental school Dr. Wohl knew he enjoyed the evidence based approach of dentistry. He was accepted into the University of Maryland Dental School where he continued on to complete a three-year residency in periodontics and also obtained his master’s degree in biomedical sciences; where he researched subgingival bacterial plaque found in periodontal pockets. Dr. Wohl graduated in 2020 from University of Maryland and is a proud member of the American Academy of Periodontology, American Dental Association, and Maryland State Dental Association.

During residency Dr. Wohl was able to shadow Dr. Trail on numerous occasions from 2019-2020 and after graduating was welcomed into the practice in August of 2020. Dr. Wohl strongly believes in patient centered care, a compassionate approach and giving back to the community. Dr. Wohl has participated in the Mission of Mercy and free dental clinics and as a doctor he strives for excellence daily. Dr. Wohl is a member of the Greater Chesapeake study club with Dr. Trail where he stays current on the latest technology offered in periodontics for bone regeneration, tissue grafting, implants, and general dentistry.