Find out more about Dr. John Cimini and the courteous and professional staff at Advanced Dental Design with these frequently asked questions. Call us to schedule an appointment!
Q: What got you into this specific type of practice?
A: I went into the practice of dentistry because I love to create. I love to repair. I spent my childhood painting pictures, still life, and portraits, and I spent my young adult years and even now creating and repairing motorcycles, customizing cars, and tuning engines.
Q: What landed you in your city, and what is it that you like about the neighborhood?
A: I am originally from Scranton, a nearby city less than 10 miles away, and my current location is central to Scranton and another town called Carbondale, which has very few dentists. It is also very close to shopping districts.
Q: Where did you receive your undergraduate degree, your dental degree, and did you participate in any residency program?
A: Chemistry major at Temple University for undergrad, where I finished in 3 years. Then Temple University School of Dentistry, where I finished in the Top 10.
Q: What are the most challenging parts of your everyday practice?
A: No challenging parts. My job is easy. I actually enjoy complicated cases.
Q: How many years have you been in practice?
A: 17 years in practice, 7 with a group practice, and 10 solo.
Q: What insurance does your practice accept?
A: We work with most all insurances and participate with United Concordia®, Delta®, MetLife®, Guardian®, Cigna®, Fidelio®, Etna®, and Dentorex®.
Q: What investments in your practice equipment and facilities have you made?
A: Digital X-rays, CEREC®, Invisalign®, and Zoom!® advanced bleaching.
Q: What procedures do you feel your practice excels in above others?
A: All of the above and metal-free dentistry, posterior composites, inlays, and onlays. I do all procedures in office with minimal to no referrals.
Q: What are the best moments that make it worth it?
A: Making a patient happy!
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