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Fine Dentistry by
Dr. Pasquale J. Malpeso

Professional Passion.

Our patients are typically people who have a passion for excellence in their work. They know what it means to run with the best. This is the kind of passion Dr. Malpeso has for creating beautiful and life-long smiles. That's why he's a specialist, not just a generalist. 

As an expert Periodontist and Prosthodontist, Dr. Malpeso understands the many and varied interrelated factors of tooth structure, bite alignment, gum health, and overall general oral health.

Pursuing Perfection.

When it comes to perfecting smiles, there's no room for guess-work. Dr. Malpeso is meticulous when diagnosing the precise changes that will best serve a patient's needs, planning a treatment process to accommodate all every variable, and then carrying out every aspect of that plan right here in our office. 

We've invested in the latest modern equipment and technology, incorporated the most comfortable techniques, and systematized our administration to be nearly paperless. All of this so we can give you our undivided attention to pursue your perfect smile.

Updated, mobile-friendly website.

Please browse through our NEW and IMPROVED site. We've updated our layout and information to ensure ease of use for existing and new patients. Let us know how we're doing! 

If you'd like more information about how Dr. Malpeso can help you obtain your most beautiful smile for life, please give us a call. 

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About the Doctor

  • Dr.
    Pasquale J. Malpeso
    DMD, PC

    Dr. Malpeso is a native of New York City. 

    He is a specialist in the field of gum disease, dental implantology, and advanced reconstructive & restorative dentistry. 

    He received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, then completed a one-year residency at McGill University's Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Quebec. 

    Following his residency training, Dr. Malpeso returned to the University of Pennsylvania to obtain Certificates as a specialist in Fixed Prosthodontics, Periodontics, and Periodontal Prosthesis.

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