Faculty Information

Stefania Willis, RDH, MA, DMH

Clinical Associate Professor
Dental Hygiene
345 E. 24th Street, room 626
New York, NY 10010
E-mail: slw15@nyu.edu


DMH, Medical Humanities, Drew University
MA, Literature, Seton Hall University
BS, Dental Hygiene, Columbia University

Representative Publications

Complete listing available on the NYU Health Sciences Library site.

DeRosa Hays R, Moglia Willis S. The baccalaureate as the minimum entry-level degree in dental hygiene. J Dent Hyg. 2021 Dec;95(6):46-53. PMID: 34949682.

Willis SM, Yancoskie A. Chapter 1: Patient Examination, Case 1-6. In: Weinberg M, Westphal-Theile CM, eds. Clinical Cases in Dental Hygiene. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons; January 2019.

Hofer K, Cahoon M, Willis SM, Exinor I. The impact of oral health on systemic
conditions. [Online] CE Course, American Dental Hygienists' Association; June 2016 Course - Expires June 30th, 2019.

Willis S. Clinical Feature: The role of diet in the prevention and treatment of autoimmune diseases. Access. March 2016; 17-26.

Tanega, R, Sharma P, Willis, S. Stop the cycle of missed appointments. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. September 2015;13(9): 60-63.

Willis, Stefania Moglia. The influence of humanities supported dental service learning on students’ perceptions of social responsibility and professionalism regarding oral health care. Order no. 3700201 Drew University, 2015. Ann Arbor: ProQuest. Web 5 Jan. 2017.

Willis S, Kurlander R. The benefits of breastfeeding. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. September 2013;11 (9): 46-50.

Silverman C, Raizberg F, Willis S. Treating patients after weight loss surgery. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. January 2013;11(1): 52-55.