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Dr. Carmine Galdieri III

Dr. Galdieri is the eldest of four siblings.  He followed in his father, uncle, and great-uncle’s footsteps as a third generation dentist.  Dr. Galdieri received his undergraduate degree, from Susquehanna University, in 1985.  He then attended Temple University where he received the degree of Doctor of Medical Dentistry.  He joined his family’s private practice, in Morris County, in 1990. 

Dr. Galdieri has been serving the dental needs of patients throughout Northern and Central New Jersey since 1990.  His expertise in the fields of restorative, esthetic, prosthetic, implant, and general dentistry has enabled him to provide his patients with the highest standard of care.  His thorough and compassionate manner extends to his treatment of patients of all ages.  As a devoted father of four, and uncle to nine nieces and nephews, Dr. Galdieri is easygoing and cheerfully patient with children.  Also, his fifteen years of experience working in a nursing home helped to foster his ability to treat his elderly patients with respect and kindness. 

Dr. Galdieri is a standing member of the American Dental Association.  He is also on the dental staff of Morristown Memorial Hospital, in Morristown, NJ.  He was a member of the Morris Seminars, a professional study club, for ten years.  He has completed the 3i Implant Synergy Class, a symposium devoted to the newest advancements in Implant Dentistry.

When Dr. Galdieri is not practicing dentistry, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Kathy, and his four children:  Carmine, Thomas, Jennifer, and Joseph.  Dr. Galdieri is an avid reader.  His favorite genres are fantasy and science-fiction.  He loves all sports, especially football.  He’s a loyal fan of both the Giants and the Mets.  Dr. Galdieri also enjoys saltwater and freshwater fishing.   In addition, he studies Isshin-ryu Karate.  His rank is 3rd Degree Brown Belt.  Apart from utilizing his passion for dentistry, Dr. Galdieri’s happiest times are spent with family and friends.