Meet Saugus Dentist Bruce Goldman
Dr. Goldman, a graduate of Clark University and University of Detroit School of Dentistry, grew up in Lowell, MA. He completed a general practice residency at Sinai Hospital of Detroit. He was a faculty member and assistant clinical professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He has taken extensive continuing education courses during his clinical career. Most notable is his training at the L.D. Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, Florida, where he studied advanced restorative techniques and TMJ function and disease. As a member of the American Dental Association, he participates in study clubs with other leading practitioners.
Dr. Goldman also contributes to professional journals like Inside Dentistry. He authored “An Alternative Treatment Modality for Transitionalizing a Removable Partial Denture to a Complete Denture” in 2006. In April 2009, Dr. Goldman participated in a dental mission to Belize with students and faculty from the University of Connecticut School of Dentistry. He performed oral surgery there and mentored third year students from the dental school. Dr. Goldman has also worked numerous times on the MAC van, the mobile access dental unit of the Massachusetts Dental Society. This van contains two full dental operatories and travels to underserved areas in Massachusetts, providing free dental care to children.
Always looking to enhance his patients’ dental experience, Dr. Goldman is one of the few dentists to offer the Cerec® system for in-office, single-appointment porcelain crowns, onlays, inlays, or veneers. He has trained extensively on this technique, taking courses in Massachusetts and Arizona. In addition, he is a certified Invisalign provider.
Dr. Goldman’s wife Margo is a physician and have two sons Jesse and Zachary.