Fran Rebhun, DMD
Dr. Fran Rebhun graduated from Lehigh University in 1978 and from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1982. After a few years of practice in Pittsburgh, while her husband Don was in his residency, she joined her father in practice in Somerdale, NJ in 1985. Dr. Susan Trager, her sister, joined them a year later and Somerdale Family Dental Associates was formed.
Dr. Rebhun is proud to be treating the children, grandchildren and even the great-grandchildren of the practice Dr. Braunstein founded in 1954. In early 2013, Dr. Rebhun and Dr. Trager have expanded their practice to Pennsauken. They look forward to forming the long rewarding relationships with the patients in Pennsauken office that they have in the Somerdale office.
Dr. Rebhun is a member of the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association and Southern Dental Society. Dr. Rebhun and Dr. Trager have been committed to community education of school children and have taken their programs of “A Visit to the Dentist” and “A Trip to the Grocery Story” to schools throughout the South Jersey area. They even have a surprise visitor at the end of the programs who makes the programs memorable for the children.
Dr. Rebhun has advanced training in implant restoration, cosmetic dentistry, veneers, occlusion and smile design. She studies on a regular basis with the Pinnacle Study Club, a Seattle Study group, which brings renowned clinicians and researchers from throughout the United States to South Jersey for a small group of like-minded clinicians pursuing excellence for their patients. She has also studied at the Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Study in St. Petersburg, FL and in Scottsdale, AZ, at the Frank Spear Campus focusing on Creating Esthetic Excellence and Treating the Worn Dentition.
Dr. Rebhun is very active outside her practice of dentistry. She is an involved volunteer in the community. Dr. Rebhun enjoys family and friends, cooking, reading and her book club of 23 years. Drs. Fran and Don Rebhun are thrilled that their older son has continued the family tradition (3rd generation on both sides) in the dental field.