Dr. Cirka has owned and operated his own dental practice in Philadelphia for the past 21 years. His gentle demeanor in the office has translated into strong loyalty with both patients and staff. Patients have repeatedly told him on multiple review websites like Google and Yelp that their visits to his office have been the best dental visits of their adult lives! Dr. Cirka treats his patients to the highest quality of preventive, restorative and cosmetic dentistry in the gentlest manner possible. He has high standards and expectations of his staff, and each of his four hygienists also go above and beyond in providing patients with the most gentle and thorough cleanings using the newest and best materials. Whether you need implants to replace missing teeth, veneers to improve your smile, or a general check-up, Dr. Cirka and his team’s expertise and experience will lead you to health.
Before embarking on his professional career, he was born and raised in a small town near Pittsburgh, PA. After being accepted to the University of Pennsylvania dental school, he moved to Philadelphia where he has spent the past 26 years. He enjoys learning new dental techniques and has traveled to Germany, Africa, and throughout the U.S. to further his education.
When not in the office, you can find him at home in Center City Philadelphia or New York City, at the gym, volunteering or traveling. He enjoys teaching other dentists how to love what they do, promoting healthy living, and giving to local and national charities, specifically the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the American Cancer Society, both of which have affected his family.
A few words from Dr. Cirka:
It is hard to find a good Philadelphia dentist and to achieve good dental care. It has become my personal mission to change that.
The dentistry that I provide to you will be long-lasting, of excellent quality, and completed gently. I value your time as if it were my own. You will be seen promptly – within a few minutes of your appointed time. We schedule ample time for each of your needs so that you never feel rushed. My reputation depends on going above and beyond what my patients expect of me.
My patients are the reason I love my job. You tell me about your successes and challenges, your family and home lives, your hobbies and vacations. Each person is unique and has his or her own concerns. Listening and coming to an agreement before any work begins is as important to me as it is to my patients. Until you are happy, healthy and heard, my work is not finished.
I encourage open communication. I will do my best to communicate before anything is done. If you have a concern that I did not address, please mention it. I provide the truth to my patients in regards to what they need. I do this so that together we can improve their oral and overall health to increase your quality of life. What this means for you is that there is no other doctor or office that is more open and gentle with your dental care than my staff and me.
I highly respect my employees as they are the most friendly, caring, and courteous people and they fully support my vision of providing top-notch dental care at reasonable prices. In fact, the two employees who launched the office with me eight years ago are still working with me today. Our collective goal is to help our patients be as happy and healthy – both orally, physically, mentally and overall – as possible. We understand that your health depends on you seeing a dentist regularly and we try to make that as enjoyable as possible.
We look forward to meeting you.
Continuing Dental Education:
“International Oral Cancer Symposium.” By Drs. Deepak Kademani, Edward J. Miller, Jr., Elcin Zan, Alntonia Kolokythas, Robert Fitch, Esq., Daniel Sammartino, Ed Miller.
“Mitigation of Risk and Liability in Dentistry.” By Anthony E. Chillura, Esq.
“The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth: New Science of Strong Teeth Seminar.” By Dr. David J. Clark
“Endodontics: From Access Through Post-Buildups in the Most Effective Way Possible Seminar.” By Dr. Barry L. Musikant.
“Radiation Control in Dental Practice: New York City Compliance Seminar.” By Dr. Lorna Flamer-Caldera.
“Bone Grafting for Dental Implants.” By Dr. Alex M. Greenberg.
“Lip Lesions and Anomalies.” By Dr. David Momtaheni.
“You Never Walk Alone: A Team Effort for Predictable Esthetic Care.” By Dr. Todd A. Fleischman, DMD.
“Combined TMJ and Orthognathic Surgery:Current Concepts and Management.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“OMFS COVID-19 Response Conference: Protecting Our Patients, Staff and Ourselves.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Periodontal Prosthesis, Patient, Centered and Occlusion Driven Reconstructive Dentistry.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Treatment Planning and Biological Principles of Perio Prosthetic Therapy in the Aesthetic Zone.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Truth, Lies, and Penn Prosthodontics.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Tongue and Lip Lies.” By Elizabeth Turner, DMD.
“Treatment Protocols in Children.” By Ben Miraglia, DDS.
“The Sleep Epidemic.” By Ford Shippey, MD.
“Adult Sleep Disordered Breathing.” By Jon Caulfield, DDS.
“Home Sleep Testing.” By Ford Shippey, MD.
“Medical billing in the Dental Practice.” By Cat Bonar.
“Finding the Time/Why Would You Integrate Airway and Sleep into Your Practice.” By Ankur Gupta, DDS.
“Managing Trauma from Occlusion in Stage III and Stage IV Periodontitis.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Osseodensification, The Science and the Clinical Applications.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“The People vs. Prosthodontics: Are We Good Enough?” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Computer-aided Engineering of Complete Dentures and Implant Prostheses:Evidence and Clinical Experiences that Include the Intraoral Scanning of Edentulous Patients.” By University of Pennsylvania.
“Gordon Unleashed.” By Dr. Gordon J. Christensen.
“Truth, Lies and Prosthodontics.” By Dr. Eva Anadioti.
“Electronic Health Records: Pitfalls & Possibilities in the Digital Age.”
“SCOPE of Pain: Safer/Competent Opioid Prescribing Education.” By Boston University School of Medicine.
“Fastbraces” Seminar in New York City.
“Strategies for Uprighting the Roots from the Beginning of Treatment.” By Dr. Anthony Viazis.
“The Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of Practicing Dentistry in New York State.”
“Practical Guide to Nightguards, Splints, Snore Guards and Sleep Apnea Appliances.”
“Mergers, Acquisitions, Associateships, and Transitions.”
“Exhibit Floor Education.”
“Sure Smile: The Complete Digital Orthodontic Solution.”
“Univ of Pennsylvania Dental Perspectives: A Day of CDE at GNYDM.”
“Practice Management Panel Discussion.”
“Henry Schein Dental Handpiece and Equipment Repair: Hands-On Workshop.”
“Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment.”
“Making Complete Dentures a Win Win Service.”
“Owner’s Conference: All on Four Implants,” by Mr. Wayne Szara
“Clinical Management of the Avulsed Tooth- Minimizing Resorption Complications,” by Martin Trope, DMD
“Immediate Loading of Single Tooth Implants in the Esthetic Zone,” by George Bandelac, DDS, MS
“Open Your Patient’s Eyes and Up The Eyebrows,” by American Academy of Facial Esthetics
“Shaping the Future of Care” University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
“Child Abuse Identification and Reporting” PACE Academy of General Dentistry
“It’s Not Who You Know, But Who Knows You” by David Avrin
“Evidence Based Analgesia for Dental by Eliot Hersh,” DMD, MS, PhD