Dr. Timothy R. Garofolo
Dentist, San Diego Dentistry Studio
Dr. Timothy Garofolo was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. He attended Nebraska Wesleyan University, double majoring in Biology and Psychology. Dr. Garofolo went on to the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry where he received his D.D.S. degree. Afterward, he moved to the west coast, joining a General Practice Residency at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Dr. Garofolo received his Fellowship with the International Dental Implant Association in 2015 and has become certified in both CEREC and Galileo technologies. He sat on MetLife’s National Dental Advisory Council from 2008-2014, where he was a diplomat for general dentistry.
Dr. Garofolo has developed his own comprehensive care philosophy that combines both medical and dental practices. Driven by his commitment to dentistry and patient care, as well as his passion to stay ahead of the curve in both technology and operating skills, Dr. Garofolo practices cutting-edge dental care. Dr. Garofolo’s approach to dentistry is unmatched by those in his field. For this, his peers of professionals and patients voted him among America’s Top Dentists in 2014.
Dr. Garofolo has been practicing dentistry since 2002. He is proficient in nearly all aspects of dentistry including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and root canal therapy. His former fear of dentistry has helped him create a peaceful environment and an enhanced chairside manner. Dr. Garofolo is Cerec, Galileos CT Scan, and Invisialign certified. He also received a fellowship with the International Association of Implant Dentistry.
The Dentistry Collective
Publication Date: May 2018
In The Dental Black Book, you will get a glimpse into Dr. Garofolo’s background that has laid the foundation for the culture he has created. His commitment to impacting his patients, his team, and the community around him have set The Dentistry Collective apart from other dental practices, leaving them in a category of one. In addition, you will also find the importance of maintaining your dental health at all stages of your life.