Andrew Hoffman, DMD
Meet Dr. Hoffman
Dr. Andrew Hoffman grew up in the Southern New Jersey area. He became interested in dentistry at a young age due to the fact that he needed a lot of dental work done on his own teeth through his high school and college years. Having to go through with these many dental visits solidified his ambition to become a dentist in order to teach and educate others not to make the same mistakes he made regarding caring for his teeth. He received his Bachelor’s Degree with a major in Natural Sciences and a minor in English from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. In 1996, he graduated from Temple University with a Doctorate in Dental Medicine. He then worked as an associate dentist for five years ( in and around the Philadelphia area) for two very large, well-established private-practice dentists.
It was at this time that Dr. Hoffman enlarged his knowledge base and insight regarding the practicality of operating a private dental practice while also learning about the intricacies of dental insurance. When searching for a dental practice to purchase, Dr. Hoffman specifically sought out a smaller and more intimate practice where the focus would be on providing his patient base with comfort and individualized care and attention. He felt it to be of the utmost importance to take the time to really get to know his patients and to provide excellent care in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. In 2001, Dr. Hoffman took over his current family practice from a retiring dentist who had established the practice for 30 years (prior to the take over by Dr. Hoffman).
Dr. Hoffman realizes the importance of continuing education and attends numerous courses each year. He has been placing great focus on dental implants and implant restorations. Dr. Hoffman holds membership with the American Dental Association, the Pennsylvania Dental Association, and the Chester/Delaware County Dental Society.
Dr. Hoffman lives in Exton, Pennsylvania with his wife Judy. Away from the office, Dr. Hoffman enjoys reading, listening to a variety of music, hiking, biking, swimming, traveling, visiting art museums, attending opera productions, Broadway musicals/plays, watching sporting events and movies.