Christin Gadaleta, DMD
There is no better feeling than seeing a patient who has had reservations about his or her smile in the past smile freely and brightly without hesitation. As a dentist, I am able to make a positive difference in patients’ lives, both in their oral health and self-esteem. Each day, I am excited to help patients find renewed health, and I love seeing the brilliant results that end in the healthiest and most beautiful smiles.
Education and Continuing Education
I have had an excellent academic foundation to build my dental profession on, and it has served both my patients and me very well. For my Doctorate of Dental Medicine, I attended Temple University School of Dentistry.
Keeping up with all of the latest trends, techniques, and technologies within my field is one of my highest priorities, and I am constantly attending continuing education courses and seminars to achieve this. Recently, I have increased my skill and experience in operative dentistry, crown and bridge procedures, rotary endodontics, extractions, and even pediatric dentistry. During my General Practice Residency at Einstein Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, I was encouraged to do surgical extractions, incisional biopsies, scaling and root planing, and crown lengthening. I have also attended lectures on implantology, and I am trained in three systems (Nobel, Astra, and Hiossen). Participating in continuing education gives me the tools I need to be able to provide my patients with ideal treatments that yield the best results.
- American Dental Association
- Pennsylvania Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- Omicron Kappa Upsilon
Outside of the Office
I am a native of Philadelphia, and I love being in this vibrant and diverse environment. When I am not helping patients achieve a lifetime of oral health and happiness, I am often traveling, snowboarding, being active, and spending time with my fiancé, Vincent.
A unique opportunity that I had while in dental school allowed me to provide dental care and education for the underserved populations of Costa Rica and Panama. I believe it is important to be active in the community, especially when it comes to educating the public and helping those who may not have exposure to regular dental care.