Dr. Ronald Goldenberg has been in dental practice since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975. He did his hospital residency at Philadelphia General Hospital and received his Bachelor of Arts in Science from Temple University in 1971. In addition to clinical practice, Dr. Goldenberg teaches clinical restorative dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania.
He has been honored as a Top Dentist, as selected by his peers, by Main Line Magazine several times since 2001 in the categories of General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry and Implant Dentistry. Dr. Goldenberg’s peers also elected him President of the Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County in 1992 and he served as Chairman of the Valley Forge Dental Conference in 1993. He was inducted into The International College of Dentists in 1995 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the Pennsylvania Dental Association and the Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County.
Dr. Goldenberg has been practicing in Delaware County for over 30 years alongside his brother, Andrew. They are affectionately known as “Dr. Ron” and “Dr. Andrew” by their patients and together they have been making beautiful smiles for 4 generations of families. They pride themselves on creating a warm atmosphere where young and old receive top quality dental care while being treated like a member of the family. Dr. Ron also believes in giving back and was recognized in 2003 by the White House for treating elderly patients, even though they had no ability to pay.
He is an avid golfer and enjoys traveling with his wife, Susan. They are the proud parents of three, and grandparents of six.
Dr. Goldenberg is currently practicing in our Newtown Square and Garnet Valley, PA offices as well as at our affiliated office, The Dentists At Brinton Lake, in Glen Mills, PA.
“We love Dr. Goldenberg’s office! They are professional and kind, and the visits are always efficiently carried out–we travel all the way from West Chester, and it’s worth the trip!”
George B (Patient since 2009)