Dr. D’Amico’s goal is to be a trusted, honest, skilled, progressive, and empathetic dentist who treats patients so well that they refer their friends and family. He is a charming, comedic, talkative, and friendly guy!
During a procedure, he will let you know everything he’s doing and why. He also has a natural knack for soothing those who are afraid. Dr. D'Amico has been referred to as “an angel with that needle!”
Dr. D’Amico is originally from Syracuse, New York, and he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1992 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. After six years as an engineer, he attended SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and graduated in 2002. He migrated back to this area after finishing dental school and completed his dental residency program at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse from 2002-2003. He has been a practicing dentist in this area ever since.
Additionally, he completes an average of 30 to 40 hours of continuing education courses each year. Most recently, 130 hours of coursework and hands-on training in the placement of dental implants. He is also a member of the following organizations:
- American Dental Association
- New York State Dental Association
- Fifth District Dental Society
- International Dental Implant Association (completed fellowship in November of 2014)
Your dentist in Jamesville, NY has received advanced training in the following areas:
- Advanced CEREC training
- Dental implant coursework and hands-on training
- Dr. Spear full mouth reconstruction and coursework training
- Dawson Academy—full mouth reconstruction and coursework training
Dr. D'Amico is the lucky father of two little boys, Vander and Adrian, and he is the husband of a woman who is most certainly the love of his life. When not at work, He loves to play basketball, so much so that he played Division III college basketball—you'll get a kick out of his height too!. He is a HUGE fan of the Syracuse Orange. Dr. D’Amico also enjoys spending time with his family and friends and going on “adventures.”