This profession has allowed to help so many folks, work with motivated staff, create an awesome work culture, and to be a valued member of the community. The past 33 years have truly been a blessing, not only because I’ve made a difference in so many patients’ lives, but because they’ve made a difference in my life, as well.
I value my patients’ time as I value my own, and get great satisfaction from being able to change a patient’s smile in a way that creates a personal difference.
Education and Continuing Education
On my path to becoming a dentist, I received my Bachelor of Arts in biology and psychology from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, and graduated from S.U.N.Y. Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in 1982. I completed my residency at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington in 1983.
Even after practicing dentistry for more than three decades, I’m still astounded at the new and advancing technology we have at our fingertips. I am dedicated to expanding my knowledge, and continuing education gives me the ability to provide newer and more innovative treatments for my patients.
- American Dental Association
- Vermont State Dental Society
- Champlain Valley Dental Society
- Academy of General Dentistry
- International Team for Implantology
Outside the Office
My volunteer work includes Fellowship of the Wheel (a mountain bike group), Friends of Missisquoi Bay, United Church of Hinesburg, Hinesburg Trail Committee, and Lake Iroquois Recreation District. My free time is spent enjoying alpine skiing, fishing, mountain biking, and adventure travel. My wife Michelle and I reside in Hinesburg, where we raised our son Lukas.