Matteo Sferlazzo, DMD, MA
Meet Dr. Sferlazzo
Dr. Matteo Sferlazzo is originally from Boston, MA and attended high school at St. John’s Preparatory School where he received the Sonia Schreiber Weitz Human Rights Award. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience & Behavior and his Master’s degree in Biology from Wesleyan University.
Dr. Sferlazzo received his DMD from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2013 and his specialty certificate in Endodontics in 2015. While at Tufts, he received the American Association of Endodontists Student Achievement Award, the Alpha Omega Award for Academic Achievement, and the Jack Frommer Award for Excellence in the Morphological Sciences. Dr. Sferlazzo graduated in the top of his class with Summa Cum Laude honors.
Dr. Sferlazzo strives to provide the highest standard of dental care in a compassionate, comfortable, pain-free environment. He is committed to staying informed of the latest techniques and research in Endodontics.
Dr. Sferlazzo resides with his wife in Newtown, PA. He enjoys playing guitar, snowboarding, cooking, and making stained glass windows.
Matteo Sferlazzo, DMD
High School: St. John’s Preparatory School
August 1999 – June 2003
College: Wesleyan University
August 2003 – May 2007
B.A. Neuroscience and Behavior
Graduate School: Wesleyan University
May 2007 – May 2009
Thesis:strong> “Investigating the Significance of the Lateral Somitic Frontier in the Thorax with Conditional Hox Knockout Mice”
Professional School: Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
August 2009 – May 2013
D.M.D. Summa Cum Laude
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
July 2013 – June 2015
Certificate in Endodontics
Work Experience: Private Practice – Endodontics
Mercer Bucks Endodontics – Associate
July 2015 – Present
Private Practice – Dentist
December 2013 – May 2015
- American Dental Association
- American Association of Endodontists
- Pennsylvania Dental Association
- Durland, L., Sferlazzo, M., Logan and Burke, A.C. (2008) Visualizing the lateral somitic frontier in the Mouse using the Prx1Cre transgenic. Journal of Anatomy 212: 590-602.
- Sferlazzo, M Investigating the Significance of the Lateral Somitic Frontier in the Thorax with Conditional Hox Knockout Mice. Thesis. Wesleyan University. 2008. Print.