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This content was provided by Dr. Tsatsaronis "Dr. Pete Tsatsaronis received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1981 from St. John's University and his Doctor of Dental Medicine from Tufts University in Boston in 1985. He graduated in the top 10% of his class and was elected into OKU, a national academic dental honor society. He continued his dental education and received his postdoctoral degree in prosthodontics in 1987, also from Tufts University. While at Tufts, Dr. Pete taught prosthetic dentistry and did research in implant dentistry. Later, he taught and was on staff at Hackensack Medical Center. As a prosthodontist, Dr. Pete uses his additional education and expertise to provide exceptional care to his patients. His advanced knowledge gives him an edge when it comes to fixing dental structures and replacing missing teeth. He constantly researches and studies the most up-to-date techniques so that he can offer his patients the best care around. One of the main goals of prosthodontics is to improve patient health with the use of high-quality dental prosthetics. Why should patients consider seeing a prosthodontist as their general dentist? Even those who don't currently need restorative care are likely to in the future. But even if you never need this type of specialized care, you'll still enjoy the benefit that treatment with a highly skilled professional provides. Dr. Pete is dedicated to continuing education in order to remain abreast of the latest technology available for his patients. Additionally, Dr. Pete feels both fortunate and proud that his team has been working with him for years. This speaks to the consistency and continuity at Distinctive Dental Arts and the top-notch care that the practice provides."