Top Dentist: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 2014
700 South Chester Road, Swarthmore, PA 19081
944 Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Dr. Neal Bozentka’s practice specializes in performing third molar surgery, reconstructive oral surgery, dental implant surgery and other surgical procedures. In office IV anesthesia is available for all of these treatments. the knowledgeable doctor and his staff utilize the latest technological advances in the field, digital radiography and cone beam 3-D imaging. These advances ensure that you receive the most effective care possible whether it’s a simple extraction, treating a facial injury, or placing a dental implant.
Dr. Bozentka has a continuing professional relationship with many of the world’s most renowned dental clinicians for more than a decade. This allows him to have up-to-date information and knowledge of the most modern techniques. Professional memberships allow Dr. Bozentka to network with other dental professionals and stay on the cutting edge of advancements made around the world. This means instead of giving you one doctor’s ideas, you get the combined knowledge of thousands. Here and abroad, Dr. Bozentka has helped more than ten thousand dentists improve their skills. In turn they have been able to use this knowledge to help thousands of their own patients. This work gives Dr. Bozentka the greatest feeling of accomplishment and pride. “Over the years, as I’ve studied and practice oral surgery, I’ve dedicated myself to making my patients as comfortable as possible while offering them the finest surgical services available”.
Awards and Honors:
B.A. from Ohio Wesleyan University, 1981
D.M.D. from the Temple University School of Dentistry (Philadelphia), 1986
General Practice Residency served at the Medical Center of Delaware, 1986-87
Oral & maxillofacial Surgery Residency served at the King’s County Hospital Center (Brooklyn) 1987-90
Maxillofacial Surgery Fellowship awarded and served St. Mary’s Hospital/Missouri Baptist Hospital (St. Louis), 1990-91
Board Certification from the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 1992