Dr. Robert E. Walinchus, D.M.D. is a 1984 graduate of Temple University School of Dentistry where he received awards in Pediatrics and Radiology. He was a Member of the Oral Surgery Honor society. He is in private practice serving the people of the
Philadelphia area for more than 30 years.
He has lectured extensively on the subject of Dental Cosmetics in the United States and in Europe, his last lecture in Europe being at the University of London College of Dentistry. Skilled in all facets of dentistry, Dr. Walinchus presently lectures and is Co-Director of the Implant Educators in Philadelphia. This course, given yearly, teaches dentists from
around the country to place and restore implants. All live surgeries are performed by Dr. Walinchus in his office in Springfield. Dr. Walinchus then becomes their mentor sharing his years of experience with his colleagues from around the country Dr. Walinchus is a member of numerous organizations including: AACD (American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry); MDE (American Academy of Dental Excellence); ASHD (American Society of Hospital Dentists AAGD (American Association of Geriatric Dentists); AGD (Academy of General Dentistry); and
ADA (American Dental Association)
As recently as May 2009, Dr. Walinchus received the most prestigious award of Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral lmplantologists (ICOI). Dr. Walinchus is on staff at Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Riddle Memorial Hospital where he performs all types of dental treatments while his patients are under Anesthesia.
Kevan S. Green, D.M.D. is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists is a board certified specialist in Periodontology. Dr. Green has extensive private practice and university based post-doctoral level teaching experience. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Periodontology at Temple Unversity Kornberg School of Dentistry and a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon national dental honor fraternity.
Dr. Green’s practice focuses on retention of natural dentition, resective and regenerative periodontal treatment, Nd-YAG laser assisted new attachment procedure, minimally invasive periodontal plastic surgical techniques, and replacement of missing teeth with dental implants. Ongoing research projects include treatment and non-treatment of mucogingival defects, and clinical and histologic studies of reactive bone growth secondary to intraoral soft tissue grafting utilizing donor tissue from the maxillary tuberosity.