During dental school, Dr. Klaudia was a member of the Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontic Honor Society and the Aesthetic Dental Society. She was a three-time recipient of the Michael J. Kosloski Foundation scholarship, as well as an International Congress of Oral Implantologists award recipient. She was also greatly involved in the community, as she participated in annual oral cancer walks, the annual cancer screening and health fair, as well as a school program called Brush Up Newark that taught children about oral health. Moreover, she participated in the VIDA organization dental mission, where she helped set up dental clinics and provided dental care in remote areas of Costa Rica.
Dr. Klaudia grew up in Queens, New York. From an early age, she had a passion for the health field and for helping people. During high school at Health Professions High School, she completed numerous internships at hospitals such as Weill Cornell Medical Center and NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases. During her senior year, she obtained her emergency medical technician (EMT) license. Working as an EMT, Dr. Klaudia responded to many emergency calls, providing efficient and immediate care and transport to patients. During college at Stony Brook University, she volunteered as a water safety instructor, allowing her to perform aquatic exercises with children and adults with neurological or development injuries and disorders.
Dr. Klaudia is a member of the South Carolina Dental Association (SCDA), International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI), Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), and the American Dental Association (ADA).
In her free time, Dr. Klaudia loves spending time with her husband, Dr. Andrew Falkovsky, and their baby boy, Jacob. She enjoys hiking with their dog, as well as fishing, camping, and exploring new areas.
Drs. Klaudia and Andrew Falkovsky are excited to be part of the Rock Hill community and hope to contribute to its growth and prosperity.