Dr. Kenneth Gluck
A board certified periodontist, Dr. Kenneth Gluck hails from New York.
He attended Yeshiva University and graduated cum laude in three years with a Bachelor of Arts degree. His postgraduate education was at New Jersey Dental School, where he spent seven years of study earning his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree (DMD), his certificate in Periodontics, and a master’s degree (MDS).
Among other notable achievements and honors, Dr. Gluck was awarded the “Dental Student Award” by the American Academy of Periodontology in recognition of his outstanding achievement in periodontics. Dr. Gluck served as Chief Resident in the periodontal department at UMDNJ, dedicating himself to enhancing the experiences and training afforded to himself and his fellow co-residents.
During Dr. Gluck’s training in periodontics, he gained proficiency in traditional periodontal therapy as well as dental implant surgery and its associated procedures. As a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, Dr. Gluck’s work is specialized and limited to the practice of Periodontics and Implantology.
In addition to working in the private sector, Dr. Gluck also serves as a part-time associate clinical professor at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine in the periodontics department. He enjoys lecturing and teaching, and he has published numerous articles on his clinical and academic work.
His affinity for teaching is reflected in his desire to educate his patients about their treatment options. Dr. Gluck is known for his patience and easy-going personality, and he is careful to involve his patients in their treatment planning process.
When not at work, Dr. Gluck enjoys biking, reading, and spending time with his three young children and wife of more than 15 years.