Dr Ken Rhodenizer
Job Title: Oral Surgeon
DDS. He, after first completing his Honours Degree in Biology at Acadia University, graduated from Dalhousie Dental School in 1990. He entered private practice and early in his career realized he needed more training to enable him to provide the best of care to his patients. He began to pursue continuing education courses in crown and bridge as well as surgical procedures. He was the founding member of the local edition of the Tucker Cast Gold Study Clubs after traveling to Seattle, Washington to study with Dr. Tucker himself. Starting in 2000 he embarked on an educational journey at the Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, Florida. This education enabled him to treat patients with a comprehensive view to allow them to better achieve more in terms of predictability, comfort and function. He completed the entire core curriculum there and applies what he learned there every day. He has studied implant dentistry, both surgical and restorative, at numerous institutions and has taught at the Dental School at Dalhousie in the restorative, prosthodontic and implant program for numerous years. He is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, Nova Scotia Dental Association, Halifax County Dental Society, Tucker Cast Gold Study Clubs, Atlantic Implant Study Club, Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics and the Atlantic Complete Dentistry Study Club. His extensive training in fixed and removable prosthodontics, restorative dentistry and surgeries allows him to offer all aspects of comprehensive care to those who come through his doors.