I’ve been an orthodontist for more than 30 years and AAO board certified since 1995. I enjoy the daily challenge of designing treatment plans that are realistic and efficient, and result in the most optimum smile. Patient comfort has always been my first concern, and keeping current with new products and techniques, such as Invisalign®, help me and my team deliver quality results in a comfortable timely manner.
Education and Continuing Education
After receiving my Bachelor of Science in biology from Albright College, I attended Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dental Medicine, where I graduated in 1982. Following my general practice residency at Reading Community Hospital, I attended the University of Pennsylvania postgraduate orthodontic program, and graduated in 1985.
I always strive to provide the highest quality of services for our patients, and I can only do that by participating in continuing education courses. The more I know about the latest methods and technologies, the better treatments I am able to provide. I have been actively involved with Invisalign for more than ten years, and always attend their yearly summit and local study club with other highly experienced orthodontists. As a part of my continuing education, I have also been teaching dental residents at the Virtua Hospital for the last 18 years.
In the Office
I have been practicing orthodontics for more than 30 years, and am proud to have a wonderful staff working alongside me. Having a staff that has been with me for many of those years allows us to stand out over our competition. Our team is on the same page, striving to maximize patient care and positive experiences. My goal is to treat all patients like family members, and I take my professional responsibility very seriously.
I am native of Cherry Hill, and have lived in Haddonfield for the past 20 years with my wife Roseann, and five children: Allison, Veronica, Carolynn, Eddie, and Suzie. My hobbies include golf, skiing, riding my motorcycle, and fixing and repairing anything that requires me to work with my hands.
I also think it is important to be active in our community. I coached my kids in little league, softball, and soccer. Now, I am a fan not only of my own children in high school, but all my patients’ accomplishments. I have also been on the board of directors for Bancroft Neuro Health for more than five years, and have been a member of national ski patrol the several years.