Blaine Keister, D.M.D., F.a.g.d.
- B.A., Clemson University
- D.M.D., University of Pennsylvania
- General Practice Residency, York Hospital, York PA
- Member of the Academy of General Dentistry, Academy of Osseointegration
Dr. Blaine Keister studied at Clemson University and received his Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry. He graduated summa cum laude, and went on to graduate from The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where he received his D.M.D.
Dr. Keister is committed to the pursuit of Clinical Excellence with over 1,100 hours of mastery level continuing education. This includes course work at prestigious dental institutions such as Spear Education, The Piper Clinic and The Dawson Academy. He has received many awards such as Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry; International College of General Dentists Leadership Award; Delaware Valley Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Oral Implantology Award; Academy of Osseointegration Outstanding Dental Student in Implant Dentistry Award.
Dr. Keister takes pride in developing relationships with his patients and their families and aims to provide services that will enhance their overall well-being. His philosophy on dentistry is simple. "Follow the Golden Rule - treat those the way you would like to be treated, and you'll always leave patients smiling. Dentistry should be performed in a caring, comfortable environment, with the best technology, materials and techniques available."
On his downtime, Dr. Keister and his wife Stephanie enjoy running and they compete in numerous road and trail races each year. He met his wife in dental school, and she practices as an orthodontist in Somerville, NJ. They especially enjoy running in National Parks, whether it's to compete in half-marathons, or simply to enjoy a "run-cation" (vacation to run the trails).
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